Simon Fredriksson

April 8th, 2010

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Simon Fredriksson
is developing a tool for the fire service to facilitate the location of distressed people in burning buildings.


Julia Stuxgren

April 8th, 2010

Julia Stuxgren is working on transforming music to a medium that includes touch, sight and smell – not limited only to hearing. That opens up for a new type of listening that includes people who are hearing impaired.


Richard Stark’s

April 8th, 2010

Richard Stark’s degree project is an orthopaedic aid for swimming, to make effective exercise accessible in a safe, harmless and cost efficient way for
persons with lower limb amputations. The work targets a wide range of users in need of physical activity as a life quality, to enhance the person’s possibilities for social integration with society and daily life.


Linda Karlsson’s

April 8th, 2010

Linda Karlsson’s project focuses on early detection and identification of diabetes-related nerve damage so that complications can be prevented. She is developing a standardization of different methods of measurement on the patient’s soles of the feet for a more accurate diagnosis.


Hampus Edström

April 8th, 2010

Hampus Edström is developing a personal financial aid that will help preventing people to end up indebted. The tool will help the user to manage his/her everyday economy.


Jaan Selg

April 8th, 2010

Jaan Selg is working on a package design for a more secure supply of food to people in need.


Mikael Johansen

April 8th, 2010

Mikael Johansen is working on a social communication tool for seniors, a tool that will give them new ways to communicate over the Internet.


Nilas Pleje

April 8th, 2010

Nilas Pleje is looking into how to rescue and transport people to safety after accidents or other emergency situations located in difficult terrain during wintertime.


Jesper Nilsson

April 8th, 2010

Jesper Nilsson is working on how to decrease the fear many children feel before taking a blood test. Is it possible, through helping the children, also to decrease the discomfort before a blood test later in life?


Linus Persson

April 8th, 2010

Linus  Persson is working on how to diversify the way we measure and perceive our everyday exercise in the future, with a focus on young teenagers in school. The project is in cooperation with Sony Ericsson.