He recently finished his MSc in Design & Innovation from the Technical University of Denmark. He did his thesis in collaboration with Novo Nordisk, focusing on improving the efficiency of the quality control through better planning across departments, investment in new medical equipment, and new guidelines for testing.
Rasmus has a passion for developing meaningful products leading to different MedTech projects during his study. His Bachelor project was about developing polymer needles with the ability to change stiffness. Being part of various interdisciplinary product development projects, Rasmus has gained skills within the fields of robust design, user-oriented product development and mechanical engineering. He enjoys good quality products with a thoughtful design.