Prize Winners

19 results

13 June 2019

IDE students Runner Up at Core77 Design Awards 2019

The Silent Patient monitor Ultimo, developed by students at the Critical Alarms Lab of the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, has been awarded runner up status for the best design award in the category of health and wellbeing at the Core77 Design Awards 2019. Congratulations to students Nitin Gurram, Marek Torbus, Yuxiang Wang, Anna Gębala, David Schuit, and Doris Boschma.

12 June 2019

Ludo Hille Ris Lambers wins public prize TU Delft Ideation Pitch

On Tuesday 11 June, IDE student Ludo Hille Ris Lambers successfully pitched his graduation project, focused on a 3D printer for hospitals in Africa. He pitched with the other finalists on BNR News Radio for the Ideation Pitch at YES!Delft. Ludo won the public prize of € 1,500. You can listen to his pitch (in Dutch) here.

27 March 2019

IDE student runner up Golden RAI Wheel Student award

Imagine a jury is so impressed with your project, that they create an award just for you. IDE student Harm Cnossen became runner up with his graduation project ‘MIND, exclusivity through conduct’. But this year, in addition to the prize awarding of the Golden RAI Wheel (Gouden RAI Wiel), a student prize was also awarded for the first time at the annual RAI Automotive diner in The Hague on 25 March.

14 November 2018

NGI Award 2019 for the Resourceful Ageing project

The design of Connected Resources, a result of the Resourceful Ageing project, has been awarded the NGI Award 2019 for ‘outstanding contribution to a better digital life’ in the category Research and Education.

14 November 2018

Awards for Service Roadmaps designed for Ultimaker

SPD master's students Lynn Reichenfeld, Allison Sparks, Yan Liu, Fon Panyapatiphan and Chenjing Liu won the first prize during the final presentations of the Design Roadmapping course for Ultimaker. They designed the best roadmap in terms of content. The students win a VIP tour and a presentation in the boardroom of Ultimaker. Merijn Neeleman, Global Head or Portfolio Development at Ultimaker awarded the prize.

07 November 2018

Smart Medical Optics wins EIT Health Validation Lab at YES!Delft

After their Dutch national James Dyson Award win and publication in Plos One, the Smart Medical Optics team have won the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) Health Validation Lab at YES! Delft with their Excelscope 2.0 design.

06 September 2018

IDE students win James Dyson Award with malaria diagnostic device

Students from the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering have designed the Excelscope 2.0, a smartphone-powered tool that can diagnose malaria without the use of expensive microscopes and medical professionals. This reduces workload in developing countries, while increasing accuracy and decreasing cost of diagnoses.

05 September 2018

Elvin Karana wins € 2500 for bioengineering project

Delft Bioengineering Insitute has awarded Elvin Karana (faculty of IDE) and Marie-Eve Aubin-Tam ( Bionanoscience Department of Applied Sciences) with € 2500 for a graduation project on design applications for new biomaterial. The collaboration was initiated at BioDate 2018: a networking event for Principal Investigators who are interested in bioengineering. Elvin and Marie-Eve are currently looking for an IDE student who will execute the project.

11 July 2018

Three Best Paper Awards for IDE contributions to the Design Research Society 2018 conference

Three Best Paper Awards were given to IDE researchers from the Design Research Society conference. The papers address the following questions: How could designers use digital data to inquire about the world in the fuzzy front-end? How can designers direct behaviour, while leaving room for end users’ appropriation? How does nurturing a designer’s personal understanding of ‘good design’ and integration of this understanding in his work, influence a design-driven innovation project and outcome?

27 June 2018

Honourable mention Compasso D’Oro for White Book for Design-Driven Materials Innovation

On 20 June, the EU-funded research project Light.Touch.Matters, concluded in summer 2016, received an honourable mention during the Compasso D’Oro (Golden Compass) award ceremony in Milan for ‘The White Book’.