PREMIUM Finishers website
Dear PREMIUM students,
Congratulations on the completion of your PREMIUM projects and journeys, and thank you all for another great year of PREMIUM. It was a year in which Covid-19 defined and changed our lives and the world around us. Such pandemics and situations are exemplary for the challenges of the future that require an interdisciplinary way of working, as is requested of your generation.
We want to thank you and applaud you for your flexibility, self management skills and creative problem solving. We hope all the valuable lessons you learned, the useful knowledge you gained, and all the skills you (further) developed, serve you well in all your future endeavors.
PREMIUM Central Management Team
PREMIUM celebrating of team successes
The PREMIUM programme is yearly concluded with an official closing meeting between students and clients, during which each team presents their project outcomes to their client. Next to that, we usually celebrate the closing of the programme with a festive Closing event, aimed at community building, celebrating team successes and festively bringing PREMIUM to a close. Unfortunately, this event was cancelled due to Covid-19, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t wish to highlight our students’ successes, and we do so by means of this page.
Below, you can find an overview of each team’s progress by means of their Tumblr page, an impression of their PREMIUM journey, and we announce and celebrate the teams that win the Tumblr awards.
The 2019-2020 PREMIUM project teams
Project Aim: Investigate the relationship between bio-science, high-tech disruptive technologies and human beings in the Society 5.0 (human-centered society) and potential implications on our ‘humanity’.
BASF Vegetable Seeds
CUBE Design Museum
Project Aim: Help a Design Museum to explore and develop its role as “connector” in the region of Limburg.
Farma ter Verantwoording-UAEM
Project Aim: Investigate why a specific medicine has become so expensive and how Farma ter Verantwoording can use the analysis in a societal debate and create awareness about (un)fair pricing
iLab Dutch National Police Force
Project Aim: Evaluate the learning effect of a face recognition app, and provide guidelines on how to approve this learning effect
Project Aim: Investigate the eco-systems that surround ING’s clients in healthcare, elderly care and social housing, to further map out how these eco-systems drive innovations that can benefit and empower ING’s clients.
Institute of Data Science
Marres, House for Contemporary Culture
Project Aim: Explore how art/senses experiences can be turned into words, and assist in the creation of a sensory vocabulary and a narrative for these experiences.
Limburg Police in collaboration with the association for safe entrepreneurship Limburg
Felix Schwake GmbH
Project Aim: Develop and implement a communication strategy for a luxury interior design brand that represents an underdeveloped online market of luxury brands.