Innov4Mobility Winter School

Project Description

  • Academy
  • Set 2023
  • Feb 2024
  • BGI, SA
  • € 105,662.50

Even though innovation in urban mobility in Europe has grown in the most recent years, driven by a growing emphasis on sustainability, real challenges persist in this scenario. Thus, European and Portuguese cities offer fertile ground for innovation and entrepreneurship in the urban mobility sector.

In this context, the EIT Urban Mobility Innov4Mobility Winter School is an immersive and dynamic learning experience that empowers students to tackle the pressing challenges of urban mobility through an entrepreneurial lens. With a focus on urban mobility, our Winter School will provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the complexities and opportunities within this rapidly evolving field. Through a challenge-based approach, students engage in hands-on learning, applying entrepreneurial principles to identify, analyse, and propose innovative solutions to real-world urban mobility issues faced by European cities today.

This school will be held in person in Aveiro (Portugal), from the 12th to the 16th of February 2024.
Aveiro, an European Rising Innovative city and the third most innovative district in Portugal, offers an entrepreneurial spirit. We aim to leverage this mindset to revolutionise mobility locally, nationally, and across Europe.


Active mobility, energy, inclusivity, future mobility, infrastructure, public spaces, intermodality, logistics, and pollution reduction.

Main Objective

Innov4Mobility aims to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset among bachelor students, nurturing their creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving skills and proactive approach to face pressing challenges in urban mobility.


To foster a support network of innovators driving continuous learning and collaborations. Using Aveiro – European Rising Innovative city - as a living lab, we intend to promote local development, aligning with the city's vision for achieving active and sustainable mobility by 2030.



Project lead

Filipa Henriques