KUKUA is a growth monitoring device tailored for children aged 0-5 in sub-Saharan Africa, addressing the region's malnutrition-related fatalities. Designed for easy use in challenging conditions, it measures weight, height, and arm circumference using a load beam sensor, measurement tape, and rotary sensor. Data is transmitted via an app for swift diagnoses. KUKUA's blend of analog and digital measurements provides accurate growth data in remote areas, enhancing healthcare and aiding early malnutrition detection.
Nidia Bejar is an Industrial Design Engineer with a dedicated focus on developing innovative solutions within the healthcare sector. Having successfully completed their undergraduate studies at the Technological University of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, they are currently pursuing a master's degree at the prestigious TU Delft, with a specialization in Medesign. Their professional ambition centers on addressing critical issues within the healthcare sector, with a specific emphasis on improving the quality of life for marginalized and underserved target populations.more
Xuan Gou is currently a master student at the Delft University of Technology, majoring in Integrated Product Design within the Industrial Design and Engineering faculty. Her primary design interests revolve around nature-inspired design, inclusive design, and creating innovative solutions for children's play. Xuan considers creativity and viewing the world through a child's eyes as her distinctive assets when addressing design challenges. She firmly believes in the transformative power of design to shape a better world, and this conviction serves as her unwavering passion and driving force in the field of design. morePortfolio
Ariadna Izcara Gual is an industrial design engineer, specialising in integration and innovative design. Her academic path took her to the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, where she obtained a double degree in Industrial Design Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, and then to the Technical University of Delft, where she completed a Master's degree in Integrated Product Design. She describes herself as a rigorous, critical and ambitious person who excels at the intersection of mechanics and holistic design. Ariadna feels motivated in front of transdisciplinary projects that addressing contemporary social challenges. moreLinkedIn
Hello, my name is Julia Arntz, and I’m a designer for children's well-being and for play. I believe that the future lies in meaningful, tangible, and open-ended toys for children. I graduated with a Bachelor of Industrial Design from the Technical University of Eindhoven. I am now graduating with my Master's in Integrated Product Design at the Technical University of Delft. After finishing this, I’m considering the option for a possible PhD or a specializing in the Master Design for Kids & Toys at Politecnico University in Milan. more
Carlota Muñoz Ruiz is an Industrial Design Engineer with passion for product design and cutting-edge materials technology. Her academic journey took her from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, where she pursued her Bachelor's degree, to TU Delft for her MSc. Throughout her educational and professional development, Carlota has consistently sought to merge technical and creative viewpoints, striving to craft innovative and sustainable solutions that can make a meaningful impact on both society and the environment.moreLinkedIn
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