Anja M Maier, PhD is Professor at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). Her research focuses on engineering systems design, with a particular emphasis on complexity and human behaviour. This includes design communication, design in networks, and design cognition. She leads the Engineering Systems Division, conducting interdisciplinary research into designing, building, and operating engineering systems.
Dr. ir. Maaike Kleinsmann is Associate Professor in design-driven innovation within the Management and Organisation Research Group of the IDE faculty at TU Delft. Her research focuses on the role of design thinking in digital innovation in healthcare aiming to develop and test methods that equip industrial designers to innovate within a connected world – a world in which value is created not only by innovators, but also by everyday people.
John Clarkson FREng is Professor of Engineering Design at the University of Cambridge. His research focuses on healthcare design, inclusive design, process management, change management and automotive design. He is Director of the Cambridge Engineering Design Centre (EDC) which undertakes fundamental and applied research to generate knowledge that improves the design process.
Alexander Komashie, PhD is a Senior Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, both within the Cambridge Engineering Design Centre (EDC) and The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute (THIS) Institute. His research focuses on the modelling and simulation of healthcare systems.
Guillaume Lamé, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Laboratory of Industrial Engineering (LGI) at CentraleSupélec and a researcher with The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute (THIS) Institute. His research focuses on ways to improve quality of care and the performance of healthcare systems.
Nicholas Ciccone, PhD is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Engineering Systems Division at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). His research focuses on investigating the interactions between technology, human behaviour and healthcare systems.
François Patou, PhD is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Engineering Systems Division at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). His research focuses on the conceptualization, design and implementation of advanced technology platforms for use in clinical research.
Jos Kraal, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Applied Ergonomics and Design section of the IDE faculty at TU Delft. His research focuses on lifestyle and healthcare interventions for the prevention of disease using real-time monitoring and context-aware intervention design.
Valeria Pannunzio, MSc is a PhD candidate working in the CardioLab of the IDE faculty at TU Delft. Her research focuses on exploring how sensor data can be employed to design meaningful service system propositions for cardiovascular care.