For students

Every year DTU organizes Green Challenge (GRØN DYST), allowing students to present their sustainable project.The aim of the conference is to ensure that future engineers integrate aspects of social, economic, and environmental sustainability in their work.

Green Challenge is an educational initiative at DTU. The aim is to ensure that engineers integrate aspects of sustainability.

Think big - Think new - Think sustainability

Every year, the work of incorporating sustainable initiatives into DTU teaching culminates in a major Green Challenge student conference. This is your opportunity as a student to present your sustainable study project or idea for a project in social, economic, or environmental sustainability.


This year the conference will be held at Skylab!
In 2024, 80 projects will have the chance to showcase their idea to 25 judging panels consisting of industry professionals, politicians, students and professors. Participants get to share their visions and products with people working with sustainability. And will get the chance to win cash prizes. It's not every day that you get the chance to get full attention from the industry and well-qualified inputs.
Want to join in?
To participate, you must have developed a project whose theme is social, economic, or environmental sustainability as part of your studies at DTU. How the theme is incorporated into the project is entirely up to you. You can participate with specific product ideas such as eco-friendly mobile phone charger technology, optimization processes, or research findings. All DTU students are encouraged to participate with sustainable projects, regardless of their study program or educational level. The conference is also open to overseas guest students at DTU and students from DTU’s partner universities.
A beginning of a journey filled with success
When you participate in Green Challenge you get a unique opportunity to showcase your project to fellow students, industry professionals, politicians, and professors. You can get inspired by other students and built a network, which can lead your project further than you had imagined.