Project Sustainable Transportation
Research Period: 01/11/2021 - 01/11/2024
Sustainable Transportation-SusTrans is aimed to be an Erasmus+ Cooperation partnership project. It is implemented in the cooperation with Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences in Finlad, Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg in Germany and University Thomas More Mechelen-antwerp in Belgium.
Objectives of the project: to practice design science approach in developing new curricula, course modules and learning environment – new approach among most of the partners; and more:
- Develop Bachelor Level Training in Sustainable Transportation to match the requirements of today’s and tomorrow’s automotive industry and CO2 reduction targets
- Build the capacity of teachers
- Designed to develop and share practices and promote cooperation, peer learning, and exchanges of experiences in the field automotive and work machine technology
- To create 3 different courses in 3 years: Sustainable aftersales; Sustainable design and supply chain management; Sustainable energy sources and intelligent driving
- Course Sustainable design and supply chain management will be created by ŠAU academic staff in the cooperation with OTH Regensburg
Project activities - The basic operating principle:
- Each subject area will be initiated by intensive program week. In this, 6 students from all institutions are participating on the design of the study material an its production.
- As the course is finished, the course will be run for the first time during the project. This will involve larger audience from all institutions and include virtual exchange/online collaboration between institutions.
- Based on the experiences and student feedback, the course can be further developed during the project. This finalizes the ”production version” of each course.
Target groups: universities, their employees, students and future students, companies
CZE/ ŠKODA AUTO Vysoká Škola
ŠAU project team
28/11/2022 - The project week forming part of the initial phase of the Sustainable Transportation project took place in Finland