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The First GrEnFIn Summer School that was supposed to be held in Bologna, instead took place virtually (because of the circumstances of COVID-19) on Microsoft TEAMS.
The Summer School took place from the 8th until the 11th of June, 8.30 AM – 6.15 PM (Brussels Time), only the last day it ended at 7.30 PM.
During the Summer School 38 students (of which 3 were Auditors) attended the 9 different classes held by 10 different speakers coming from the Academic and/or Entrepreneurial worlds.
All the GrEnFIn Consortium members could take part to all the different sessions.
The Structure of the Summer School was composed by 3 tracks and thanks to the support of different speakers, students had the chance to discuss the following topics:
In this First edition of the GrEnFIn Summer School, students were asked to present their Team Work and take the Final Test about the concepts and knowledge they were supposed to acquire during the entire Summer School.
Considering that the unconventional situation and the circumstances, the experience was valued very positively both from the students side and the speakers side.
For the Teamworks presentation section (11th June 5.30 – 7.30 PM Brussels Time) all GrEnFIn First Summer School students were divided into 6 groups. They were asked to work in team and produce a presentation to introduce the simplest way to determine the impact of climate change on infrastructure. They received a specific scenario and detailed information about the tools they could use. Here below their works: