AAR4922 - Future of Wood
Future of wood
Future of wood
Can you make a parachute out of wooden twigs? A drone that plants saplings? Hipster firewood for the bonfire connoisseur? The sustainable use of forests play a crucial role in Norways future bio-economy, but making spruce cladding and sawdust just isn't exploring the potential of wood as a material, the processes involved or the wood companies that are scattered all over Norway. In this Village, we will collaborate with the forest-, wood- and building industry to create ideas for new and novel ways the companies can develop their products, processes and thinking. Each student group will collaborate with an industry partner to work in a real-life scenario based on the actual processes and operations in each company.
The aim of the village is to explore new possibilities and novel solutions. In this, students are our greatest resource and we encourage everyone to participate, regardless if you are a poet or a designer, a programmer or a historian. Each individual can contribute with his or her unique approach, methods and understanding. We do however expect you to engage in the project and explore whatever possibilities you find interesting.
About the village
This village is a playground for students and companies that want to challenge how to use our natural resources as part of NTNU woods ongoing effort to create awesome learning experiences.
Important information about EiT
Important information about EiT:
- The focus on teamwork skills and group processes is the unique feature of Experts in Teamwork (EiT)
- EiTs teaching methods depend on the contribution and presence of every participant throughout the semester. For this reason, attendance is compulsory on every village day.
- In contrast to many courses, the first few days are especially important in EiT. During this period, get to know each other and discuss what each individual can contribute. You will also draw up the compulsory cooperation agreement and start preparing a shared research question.
- For additional information about Experts in Teamwork, see page for students