They are on the right track!

​​The first three Tracks students from Chalmers have been examined. Tilda Sikström, Elin Lorin and Pontus Ljungqvist held their final presentations at the arena Nya Ullevi in Gothenburg in the beginning of November in 2019.


The theme was the continuation of the Chalmers fence and Associate Professor Magnus 
Karlsteen, responsible for Chalmers horse sports venture, was their examiner. 

​The students' work received positive feedback from the organising team for the Gothenburg Horse show. The project, including measurement equipment for horse training, will therefore be further developed in a cooperation between Chalmers’ entrepreneur initiatives and the horse community.

Chalmers’ new educational initiative, Tracks, offers interdisciplinary and individualised studies. It will make students better prepared to solve future societal challenges, such as energy supply, transport and more efficient use of resources. Tracks gives the students great opportunities to broaden their knowledge outside of their chosen main area. 

Text: Mia Halleröd Palmgren, mia.hallerodpalmgren@chalmers.se​
 

Published: Thu 14 Nov 2019.