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An exciting virtual, London-based opportunity for students to participate in a cross-cultural and multidisciplinary learning experience to address the global challenge of climate change in an engineering context.

The 2021 TEDI-London summer school will focus on the contribution of the built environment to meet the Net Zero Carbon by 2050 challenge. The built environment has a significant contribution to keep climate change effect within tolerable levels. Students will be set the challenge to investigate and propose innovative solutions for Canada Water’s outdoor spaces, with specific focus on urban furniture.

As part of TEDI-London’s role in British Land’s Canada Water Masterplan student engineers will be supporting industry and other partners in assessing the options and carbon intensity of alternative materials, the impact of COVID on social interactions and cohesion in public spaces and the role smart technologies can play.

The summer school will be run virtually from London full-time for three weeks full-time from Monday, June 21 to Friday, July 9, 2021.

Apply by Monday, April 19, 2021, to take part in the challenge

Questions? Contact Julie Bregulla at julie.bregulla@tedi-london.ac.uk or Stephanie Egeler at stephanie.egeler@tedi-london.ac.uk.