access2innovation will be setting up a ’white room’ for students working with partnership projects.
In order to strengthen the collaboration between research institutions, companies and organisations, access2innovation will be dedicating a ‘white room’ adjacent to the office in Aalborg where students can work on partnerships and get sparring from the secretariat close at hand.
By including students from the fields of design, civil engineering, IT, anthropology and other departments, partnerships can benefit from a range of different new inputs and expertise.
Furthermore, students will be able to contribute to partnerships through internships and projects, preferably with 9th-semester students who may also consider doing their master thesis with companies in the partnership.
“By setting up the white room we hope to bring the students closer to the access2innovation partnerships. Not only do they contribute valuable knowledge to companies and organisations, but they too will gain a lot of important experience by being part of the innovative partnership process,” says Jacob Ravn, CEO of access2innovation.
The first partnership to inhabit the access2innovation white room will be the One Stop Shop-partnership between the company EnviClean and Danish Red Cross. Students will be recruited from Aalborg University and UCN.
If you would like to know more about participating in white room-sessions, please contact the access2innovation secretariat.