Assistive Technology at KTH

Projects

Go to Prosthetic foot

Prosthetic foot

Ongoing

Go to Stress sensor

Stress sensor

Ongoing

Go to The hand for Diego

The hand for Diego

Finished

About us

Use your knowledge to ease someone's everyday life

Assistive Technology at KTH is a newly founded non-governmental student association. Our purpose is to develop innovative technical solutions to facilitate everyday life for people with disabilities. In that way bringing awareness and creating long-term interest in the field of assistive technologies.

We search for students that want to use their knowledge to help people in need. After an application process, teams of selected students are paired with clients who live with a disability. Over the course of the project students brainstorm, design, and create a prototype solution for their client.

Board members

Jonas Tjomsland

President
Pursuing a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering. Passionate about sports, tech and innovation. As founder of this association I can help you with anything, just email me.

Felix Hardell

Vice President
Mechanical Engineering, 3rd year. Besides listening to Spotify several hours each day, I like learning new things. Please contact me if you have questions about our technology.

Daniel Bruhn

Head of Projects
I’m a third year mechanical engineering student who alternates studies with taking my mountain bike out for a ride. Have questions regarding our projects, please contact me.

Fridtjof Aleström

Head of Finance
Industrial engineering and management, 2nd year. Besides playing bandy and and other sports, I like to socialize my friends. Any questions about a partnership, please contact me.

Matilda Svensson

Head of Marketing
I’m a third year Mechanical Engineering student. Besides that I love to exercise, especially gymnastics. If you have any questions regarding marketing, please contact me.