The Computer Science master's programme is looking for a new Open Days Team Captain.
In this function, you are responsible for arranging the in-person as well as the online master open days. This includes arranging the programme, contact with the speakers, location, etc. During this time you will interact with an enthusiastic team of students that are eager to help study seekers in the process of finding their right master's programme. Moreover, you will have contact with the staff of the University that can guide you on how to organise such an event. And, of course, you will be compensated for the time that is put into the organization of the event.
BITOC looking for members »
The BITOC, the programme committee for the BIT bachelor and master programmes, has opened 2 vacancies regarding the role of a student member (master) for immediate fulfilment.
As a student member, you work cooperatively with the programme management on management issues of the educational programmes. This includes, but is not limited to giving advice and approval to the annual examination regulations, providing input for the design of the educational curricula, and monitoring the general state of affairs within the programmes. Since a few students are leaving us, we are looking for new student members, preferred candidate would be in the early stages of the BIT master’s.
Please contact the BITOC student members at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this vacancy.
Research Master: Business Data Science »
Jumpstart your PhD trajectory at one of three universities in business and economics in the Netherlands.
The research master Business Data Science is a selective program for students who have the ambition of pursuing a PhD at one of the schools in business and economics of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Find more information on our website: www.businessdatascience.nl.
Room closed on the 30th of November »
Today, November 30, the Inter-Actief room will be closed because of SNiC, the national computer science conference, which is taking place in Eindhoven
On December 1 from 9:00 the room will be open again for your questions, or if you just want to get something to eat.
IBC committee forming 2023 »
The International Business Course committee has been formed today! The function division is as follows:
Ewout van der Wal - Chairman
Sander Timmer - Secretary / PR
Twan Weerdenburg - Treasurer
Harry Braam - Logistics
Anamaria Ceban - Excursions
Lars van Arkel - Excursions
From left to right: Lars, Harry, Sander, Ewout, Twan, Anamaria
UT SensUs team recruitment »
We are looking for motivated students to join the UT at the SensUs biosensing competition.
This is organized by the Technical University of Eindhoven and the theme of SensUs 2023 is “Traumatic Brain Injury”.
The competition is open for all BSc and MSc students. We are specifically targeting master students as core team members and final year bachelor students.
The competition offers a holistic view on medical device innovations, including biosensor design, implementation and demonstration in combination with clinical translation and business development. This means we need students from multiple disciplines including nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, chemistry, technical medicine, electrical engineering, embedded systems, applied physics, health sciences, industrial design, international business and computer science.
Participating students learn a wide range of skills such as scientific, entrepreneurial, communication and networking. The competition takes place in Eindhoven during the last week of August 2023, where the team will demonstrate their biosensor on-site, pitch their business plan and engage with other teams and industrial partners. The students get exposed to a great industrial and academic network.
The students receive up to 15ECTS credits (in coordination with their study programmes), and do this part time (typically from December-January until the competition in summer 2023).
Deadline to apply: 25th of November.
For further info, do not hesitate to contact us (Pep – email@example.com ). Applications also to the same email.
IAPC is looking for a board member »
The new SummerSounds committee »
Today the committee for the 2nd edition of SummerSounds has been formed! They will work hard to create a fantastic end-of-year festival on the 7th of July 2023!
Pim Mulder - Chairman & Artists
Justin Adriani - Secretary & Catering
Barry ter Heegde - Treasurer
Bram van Dartel - Internal & External Partners
Carlijn Meijerink - Logistics
Koen de Jong - Technics & Promotion
Quirijn Hoenink - Board Representative
From left to right: Quirijn, Carlijn, Barry, Pim, Justin, Bram and Koen
Looking for a minutes taker [paid] »
A message from the PC-CS:
The Programme Committee of Computer Science is looking for a minutes maker for their meetings.
The meetings are every month from September up to and including July from 10.45 AM to 12.45 PM. The meetings will be in English and the minutes will also be in English. You must be present at every meeting and be able to start as soon as possible.
This is a paid role and you will be compensated for your work.
If you are interested or if you have any questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The 44th board of I.C.T.S.V. Inter-Actief »
The 44th board of I.C.T.S.V. has been charged!
At the GMM of 6 September 2022, the 43rd board made way for its successors. The 44th board has been charged as follows:
- Chairman - Oliver Davies
- Secretary - Maarten Meijer
- Treasurer - Jochem Bleeker
- Officer of Internal Affairs - Quirijn Hoenink
- Officer of External Affairs - Wout Velthuis
- Officer of Educatonal Affairs - Niels Rotmensen
- Vice-chairman - Mariska Frelier
From left to right: Niels, Quirijn, Maarten, Oliver, Jochem, Wout, Mariska
Vacancy student assessor »
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) is looking for a new student assessor as of Sept 1, 2022 to be part of the faculty board.
Do you want to defend the interests of all students of the faculty for one year? Do you want to gain experience in management and governance and learn about the ins and outs of the faculty and the university? Do you want to build up a professional network, both inside and outside of the faculty? Apply for the position of student assessor! The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) is looking for a new student assessor as of September 1, 2022 to be part of the faculty board.
What does the student assessor do?
Within the Faculty Board, the Student Assessor represents a student perspective. The Student Assessor has an advisory role in the board, is expected to actively attend board meetings, and is an important channel for enhancing its interaction with the student population. Depending on personal interest and skills, the Student Assessor can take on specific tasks in consultation with the Faculty Board. Furthermore, the accessibility of the Student Assessor enables the Student Assessor to assist on various topics like UT strategy days, internationalisation, etc. The Student Assessor can also support the Office for Educational Support, as well as take part in Institutional Review Quality Assurance procedures. The function of a Student Assessor contains proactive and reactive components. The proactive components include attending all meetings of the Faculty Board, and the Faculty Council, suggesting agenda topics for the board meetings, actively advising on student related topics and keeping in touch with various study bodies. The reactive component includes the representative role of the Student Assessor, where they provide the student perspective e.g. at UT strategy days. Depending on personal interest and skills, the Student Assessor can take on specific tasks in consultation with the Faculty Board,
We are looking for an enthusiastic student who:
Studies at one of our faculty’s bachelor or master programs;
Is able to maintain relationships with various stakeholders within the faculty, and university. These include the study associations, assessors from other faculties, study advisors, etc.
Wants to defend the interest of the faculty’s students for one year;
Knows what’s on the students’ minds and is able to advise the board on this;
Is interested in education, student affairs and administrative processes;
Is communicative and likes to share his/her opinion with others;
Has a good sense of integrity and can properly deal with confidential information;
The appointment as a student assessor runs from September 1, 2022 to October 1, 2023. During this period, you will need to spend around 8 hours per week to fulfill all the student assessor tasks. Most of these hours can be used/planned flexibly. For your work as a student assessor, you receive a fixed compensation of € 330 net per month.
For more information or questions you can contact the current student assessor, Grace Iroagalachi via email@example.com Send your CV and accompanying letter of motivation to the student members of the EEMCS faculty council via firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 27 June 2022. The student members of the faculty council will nominate suitable candidates. The faculty board selects the new student assessor in June and asks the Executive Board of the UT to appoint the assessor
The new Symposium Committee! »
Today the new Symposium Committee has been formed! We proudly present the 6 members who will organise next year's Symposium!
- Krisiyan Dimitrov - Chairman
- Duru Kocak - Secretary & Website
- Wander Stribos - Treasurer
- Tessa van Belois - Speakers & Promotion
- Hein Huijskes - External Affairs
- Maarten Marcusse - Logistics