Perry den Brok on the recipe for tomorrow’s engineer

Published on
November 3, 2020

The world is changing rapidly. Technology plays a crucial role in this, from IT to surgical robots and from precision medicine to ‘smart’ agriculture. Nobody knows which innovations will be needed to keep solving the world’s increasingly complex challenges. How do you train engineers for this? How do you promote specialisation and expansion, without overburdening both students and faculty?

Education professor Perry den Brok (ELS) and student Lieke Pullen provide their views on these questions. Read the full conversation here. This article is part of the 4TU.tecktalks series.