1. præmier

Category

Project no and title

Names

Motivation

 

Bachelor course

 

Sponsored by the Otto Mønsted Foundation

 

104:

 

Optimizing hand-washing by the use of ultra violet light

 

Christian Foss

 

Franela Holm

 

Jørgen Jensen

 

Niels Sauer

 

Peter Svendsen

 

William Taul Madsen

 

 

Very innovative, potential strong impact. BUT uncertain of regulatory approval.

 

Very innovative solution to a major problem.

 

Easy applicability, spot on target group, easy implementable.

 

Bachelor final project

 

Partly sponsored by Alfa Laval

 

215:

 

Eco-redesign of a snowboard by incorporation of recycled "ocean plastics"

 

Christoffer Søholm Kristensen

 

Jia Jue Johannes Chen

 

Big potential, technical feasible project.

 

A green complete product ready to sell and use.

 

You can see they really burn for their product and they think it is funny.

 

 

Master course

 

 

331:

 

Lignin-based Second Generation Biofuel From Wheat Straw Agricultural Waste

 

Mukesh Narendran

 

 

Good pitch. Nice circular idea. Great social dimension.

 

Innovative, applicable, focus on SDG.

 

Good business Model. Significant and visionary project with high impact contributing to several SDG's.

 

 

Master thesis

 

Sponsored by the Otto Mønsted Foundation

 

415:

 

Effect of land use on the water and CO2 exchanges between the land and atmosphere

 

Bendik Nordstrøm

 

 

Global perspective, Huge potential of ressource savings, strong contribution to SDGs.

 

Clearly communicated project with interesting perspective for improving global efficiency in agricultural production.

 

 

Useful and innovative.

 


http://www.groendyst.dtu.dk/tidligere-groen-dyst/groen-dyst-2019/1-praemier
6 DECEMBER 2019