These are the jury members who judge the Teams on their creativity

Creativity Award

The Creativity award expresses appreciation for novelty with respect to the state of the art, the original contributions of the Team, and the technical feasibility. The Creativity award will be determined by the best concept to measure hemagglutinin (H1). The concept should be supported by model calculations and/or preliminary experimental results.  

Dr. Michael Daniele
Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, as well as the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering at the faculty of North Carolina state University

Dr. Michael Daniele

Dr. Leo van IJzendoorn
Associated Professor in Particle Based Biosensing and Biophysics in the research group Molecular Biosensing for Medical Diagnostics at the Technical University of Eindhoven

Dr. Leo van IJzendoorn

Marko Blom
Chief Technology Officer at Micronit Microtechnoogies

Dr. Marko Blom

Dr. Mike Martens
Scientific Business Executive at Future Diagnostics Solutions B.V.

Dr. Mike Martens

Prof. Jasmina Casals-Terré
Professor Mechanical Engineering Department Technical University of Catalonia-BarcelonaTech

Prof. Jasmina Casals-Terré

Prof. Loes Segerink
Professor at the University of Twente

Prof. Loes Segerink

Prof. Masood Kamali-Moghaddam
Professor at Department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology

Prof. Masood Kamali-Moghaddam

Dr. Vivek Pachauri
Research Group Leader, Nanomaterials and BioNanoInterfaces Research Group, at the Institute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Dr. Vivek Pachauri

These are the jury members who judge the Teams on the potential of the biosensor

Translational Potential Award | Business

The Translation Potential award expresses appreciation for translating the real or conceptual biosensor towards future applications in healthcare and industrialization. This includes the proposed business model. 

Are the necessary resources, skills, and expertise accessible to support the development, manufacturing, and scaling up of the sensor?

Prof. Jean-François Masson
Full professor - Department of Chemistry - University of Montreal

Prof. Jean-François Masson

Dr. Julien Reboud
Lecturer in Engineering at the University of Glasgow

Dr. Julien Reboud

Prof. Oliver Planz
Chief Scientific Officer at Atriva Therapeutics GmbH, Professor at Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen

Prof. Oliver Planz

Prof. Jeroen Lammertyn
Professor at KU Leuven University

Prof. Jeroen Lammertyn

Robert-Jan van der Vorm
Senior Consultant at Roland Berger

Robert-Jan van der Vorm

Toon Stilma
Project Manager at Roland Berger

Toon Stilma

These are the jury members who judge the Teams on the potential of the biosensor

Translational Potential Award | Financial

The Translation Potential award expresses appreciation for translating the real or conceptual biosensor towards future applications in healthcare and industrialization. This includes the proposed business model. 

Does the Team provide a realistic overview of costs of development and implementation?

Annelies Bobelyn
Assistant Professor in the department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)

Dr. Annelies Bobelyn

Dr. David Fernandez Rivas
Associate professor at the University of Twente

Dr. David Fernandez Rivas

Dr. Menno Kok
CLC Director at EIT Health Belgium & The Netherlands

Dr. Menno Kok

Judith M. Fonville
PhD. Senior Scientist Clinical Research and Statistics, Siemens Healthineers

Judith M. Fonville

Prof. Tony Cass
DPhil, Chemistry at University of Oxford. Research across the fields of bionanotechnology, analytical tools for the biomedical sciences.

Prof. Tony Cass

Prof. Winnie Svendsen
Professor at Bioengineering Department, Technical University of Denmark and Chief Technical Adviser and Founder of Point of Care (PoC) Solutions and Intelligent Pollution monitoring (IPM)

Prof. Winnie Svendsen

These are the jury members who judge the Teams on the potential of the biosensor

Translational Potential Award | Stakeholder

The Translation Potential award expresses appreciation for translating the real or conceptual biosensor towards future applications in healthcare and industrialization. This includes the proposed business model. 

Does the Team have a deep understanding of the problem and the roles of the different stakeholders?

Dr. Andrei Tintu
Clinical Chemist and Laboratory Data Officer at Erasmus MC

Dr. Andrei Tintu

Angela Bikker
Laboratory specialist clinical chemistry, Saltro and St. Antonius Ziekenhuis

Angela Bikker

Prof. Hassan Azzazy
Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of Chemistry Department at The American University in Cairo (AUC)

Prof. Hassan Azzazy

Prof. Hugo Alexandre Ferreira
Professor at the faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, MD, MScEng, PhD Building the future through Neurosciences, Ventures and Judo

Prof. Hugo Alexandre Ferreira

Prof. Liquan Huang
Professor and Doctoral supervisor at the Zhejiang University

Prof. Liquan Huang

Prof. Sven Ingebrandt
Director of the Institute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1 (IWE1), RWTH Aachen University

Prof. Sven Ingebrandt