Who is behind
ETH Week is a learning format in the context of ETH's 'Critical Thinking Initiative'. It is an interdisciplinary course which fosters critical and
independent thinking, innovative learning and real - world problem solving. The current edition is being organised by ETH Sustainability, the Competence Center for Materials and Processes (MaP), and the Chair of Technology and Innovation Management. The ETH Week was triggered through a students’ initiative.
As Rector of ETH Zurich, Sarah Springman bears the overall responsibility. Tine Bratrich is the Director of ETH Sustainability and received the mandate of the school board to organise ETH Week. Lars Sturm represents the VSETH and ensures that the students' interests are well represented during ETH Week.
Stefano Brusoni, Professor for Technology and Innovation Management is involved with the further development of ETH Week and forms the stearing board of ETH Week together with Reto Knutti, Associate Vice President for Sustainability, and Andreas Vaterlaus, Prorector for Curriculum Development and Innovation in Education.
Lex Schaul is the project leader of ETH Week. Together with Larissa Schefer of the Competence Center for Materials and Processes, they develop the curriculum in terms of content. Together with Alan Cabello Llamas of Sparklabs, they develop the curriculum in terms of methodology. Sander de la Rambelje is responsible for the registrations, communication, and the side program.
Marion Lehner of the Unit for Educational Development (LET) is responsible for selecting and training the tutors. Ann van der Aa and Daniel Kottmann of the Services Department are responsible for the implementation of the event when it comes to food, space and logistics. Patricia Heuberger-Meyer of ETH Global coordinates external partners and organises the Knowledge Fair.