Marianne graduated from DTU in February 2018 with M.Sc. degree in Design and Innovation engineering. Marianne did her thesis in collaboration with Velux focusing on lifetime robustness of windows.
During her education and work at Technolution, Marianne has developed skills within a broad range of disciplines in product development such as user studies, concept development and design processes.
Marianne has been with Technolution since 2017 were she started as student assistant and continued her work as Design Control Specialist after graduating from DTU. During her time at Technolution she has worked with different medical device companies and gained experience in a broad range of disciplines with medical device development such as, MDR compliance, project management, design control, product labelling, test method development and concept development.