Transsolar Academy 8 – Application postponed

Transsolar Academy 8? Maybe you have been asking yourself: where is the link to the new application process? Well, first – thank you for your interest in Transsolar Academy. As you know, we are only starting to understand what our new normal with COVID-19 is. Consequently, the intake for the next TSA will be postponed until further notice. Please visit our website or sign up with us on social media to get the latest updates.

Transsolar Academy

The Academy offers a one-year fellowship in climate-responsive building design for young architects or engineers in the Transsolar office in Stuttgart. The fellowship covers tuition, travel and accommodation. We choose six young professionals connecting to parts of the world where we have had almost no impact. The program provides lectures, tutorials and project work. The comprehensive and practical training combines theoretical background with hands-on experience: working on a personal project and on projects in the company. Fellows will not only work with and learn from Transsolar engineers, but also learn from each other. Our goal is to gain knowledge from the fellows discovering the opportunities of 'KlimaEngineering' in the home countries of the Academy fellows, where we believe the greatest changes will take place in the near future.

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Watch the TSA 6 Video! Giving you a short glimpse of the uniqueness of this group... Enjoy!

Projects

We spent half a year to recap the past 5 years of our Transsolar Academy. Always striving to maximize our impact we have "re"started our Academy program with 6 young architects following a slightly new approach: we want to focus "more" on supporting the Fellows in networking during and after their Fellowship. For this reason, we have changed the concept of the personal research projects: set-up as a collaborative effort, with each part essential to the outcome, the group cooperated and worked on the completion of the Language Lab and Tomatis Research Centre in Auroville, India.