- February 12, 2019
- Alliander, anthropologists, energy, energy transition, Erasmus+, industry, Netherlands, PEOPLE project, training, value of social sciences, VU Amsterdam
Maud van Merrienboer, Junior Lecturer & Researcher, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU Amsterdam On 31 January, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam offered a workshop to a group of professionals working for Alliander, the largest energy grid company in the Netherlands. In one afternoon, the industry professionals were offered a glimpse of what anthropolo...
- February 11, 2019
- charging, Durham Energy Institute, Durham University, electric vehicles, Erasmus+, EVs, Jack Heffernan, Josey Wardle, PEOPLE project, people-centred, research, UK case study, Zero Carbon Futures
Jack Heffernan, MA student, Durham University On the 31st of January, we were lucky to receive a recent visit from Josey Wardle – infrastructure manager of Zero Carbon Futures, in order to gain expertise on the progression of electric vehicles (EVs) within the UK. Zero Carbon Futures is a low-carbon transport consultancy company, which...
- December 28, 2018
- curricula, dissemination, EASME, education, Erasmus+, expert workshop, innovation, PEOPLE project, people-centred development, teaching and learning
We are proud to be part of the Expert panel for curricula development in the area of Advanced Manufacturing and Key Enabling Technologies – an initiative established by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) of the European Commission. The panel aims to improve the quality and relevance of existing curricula and to [&...
We participated in a meeting of centralised Erasmus+ projects, organised in Ljubljana by the Slovenian national agency CMEPIUS. A number of project coordinators and partners gathered to share experiences and outcomes related to developing and implementing innovative learning and teaching practices. It was an engaging discussion since different orga...