With the symposium, the final report and the aftermovie complete, the study tour has officially come to an end. We want to thank everyone who has been reading along through this medium and we hope you were able to share in some of the enjoyment we have had from the study tour. The website will be kept online for at least two more years so if you wish to relive your experiences you have ample time to do so.
Tomorrow we will officially end the Study Tour with our Final Symposium. We will tell a lot about the education, the excursions and also the more infomral aspects of three weeks in the United States. You are all very welcome to join us in the Horst, room OH218. You are welcome at 13:00 and we start at 13:30. We hope to see you tomorrow!
We are pleased to announce that we will hold our final symposium the afternoon of friday february 10th in the Horst building. During this afternoon we will tell a lot about the study tour. This includes but is not limited to the educational aspect, contract researches, the excursions but also the informal parts of the tour. The symposium is open to everyone interested in the Study Tour and will likely be held in the Horst Building. We hope to see you then!
We added the leisure reports, visit reports and photos till now (except for one visit report and leisure report). We also added some more photos of the week in New Orleans so check them out.
Not much else really…
We are leaving. Bye Netherlands, USA here we come!
The last few days were quite busy for the participants and the committee. Even our supervisors struggle to do everything they want to do before we leave.
Today we had the preliminary presentations and the goodbye drink. The presentations were interesting and friends and family came in large numbers to hear them. With just a little over 24 hours the moment of departure comes near…
Yesterday, we visited PHBM and MTénV for an intriguing business case. At first we went to see the project ‘de Entree’ at Amsterdam central station. After that, we discussed a case concerning a conflict between a contractor and local government. We had a great time and we really want to thank both companies for their hospitality!
Last week the American Ambitions Group visited Dutch company APPM for an interesting business case. APPM involved us in one of their projects about Electric Transportation at the Dutch airport Schiphol. 96 of the taxi’s driving around Schiphol are now fully electric Tesla’s and APPM played a key part in realizing this.
We would like to thank APPM for their hospitality and their enthusiastic presentation.
Last week we had our final teambuilding activity. Armand Dohmen (husband of our supervisor Marjolein Dohmen-Janssen) organized a perfect wine tasting experience. During the two hour class of Armand we tasted six different wines from all over the world. As regular beer drinkers, wine tasting was more difficult for us than a regular mathematics class. Full concentration was needed in questions as: What are you smelling? What is that taste? How is the aftertaste? Armand gave a wonderful class and thought us some awesome skills that we can bring into practice in California.