The challenges that students will be confronted with once they graduate are becoming increasingly complex. Besides requiring solid background in a core discipline, they demand an ability to work at the intersection between a range of fields. Our goal is to give students an opportunity to confront themselves with the challenges posed by interdisicplinarity during their training, giving them a head start in developing the necessary skills they will need in their professional future.
By participating in one of these challenges, students will acquire solid team-working and project management skills and get a first hands-on experience in a real-world project at the same time. These skills will further bolster their core competences.
Students can select from a range of challenges. Although still quite limited in number, these projects will help to identify potential improvements in order to guarantee a high quality educational experience. The long-term objective will be to increase the number of ongoing projects to give as many students as possible an opportunity to gain a first experience on a practical project.
- Project submission
- Project proposals can be submitted twice a year, in May and October. For any question, please contact Julien Delisle. The submitted documents are available at the following adress:
Interdisciplinariy MAKE projets is one of the Equip Talent initiatives of the Student Support Program, an EPFL philanthropic initiative supporting students’ educational journeys. We would like to give special thanks to the donors Basil Panzer Trust, the Fondation du Domaine de Villette and the Leister Foundation for their generous donation towards MAKE projects.
New projects and embryo projects
Ongoing – sustainability and robotics
Ongoing projects – life sciences / health oriented
Ongoing projects – transportation systems oriented
Ongoing projects – space application oriented