Final Projects#


You will design, fabricate and document a scientifically-based and frugal solution to solve a real-world problem you have identified.

  • You will position your project along the 17 Sustainable Development Goals listed by the United Nations.
  • You will show scientific evidence with sources and references on which you build on your project.
  • You will use at least one digital fabrication technique that is used in a fablab.

Final projects documentation#

Théo Lisart The kitchen microscope
Théo Lisart
Paul Bryssinck UV et Fast Fashion
Paul Bryssinck
Simone Vitale Plastic recycling
Simone Vitale
majda.ghalem-slide.png Recyclage créatif
Majda Ghalem
doriane.galbez-kristine.valat-slide.png Une nourriture saine pour les étudiants
Doriane Galbez & Kristine Valat
stephaniefloriane.krinsweyer-slide.png STEAM Lab
Stéphanie Krins & Floriane Weyer

Preparation for the final presentation#

For the final presentation, you will prepare

  • a graphical abstract illustrating your question and project (1920x1080px firstname.surname-slide.png image).
  • a pecha-kucha (20 slides, 20 seconds / slide) to share your project with an interdisciplinary audience (firstname.surname-presentation.pdf).
  • a technical document (poster,…) presenting the scientific aspects of your project (at least a QR code linking to your online documentation).
  • prototypes that illustrate your process and your final achievement.