Winners of the “ImPossible design” contest 2019.
The competition “ImPossible Design“ is a part of promotional activities of the “A_MADAM“ project, which belongs to the group of “Marie Skłodowska-Curie“ actions within the European Commission's Horizon 2020 programme. All information about the A_MADAM project can be found on www.a-madam.eu
Awards by the Jury of Experts
By the combined votes of the international Jury of Experts, consisting of /ordered by age/:
1. Prof. Kosta Krsmanović, retired Professor in Industrial Design at the Faculty of Applied Arts of the University of Arts in Belgrade /Serbia/
2. Prof. Giangiacomo Minak, Professor in Mechanical Design at DIN department of University of Bologna /Italy/
3. Amir Šećerkadić, Mechanical Designer, General Manager of IZIT, Zagreb /Croatia/
4. Leo Vukelić, MA, Designer and member of the Croatian Designers Society, Zagreb /Croatia/
5. Dr Nebojša Bogojević, Additive Manufacturing Expert at Faculty of Mechanical and Civil Engineering at Kraljevo of University of Kragujevac /Serbia/
6. Michele Monti, Digital Design and Manufacturing Expert, CEO of “Juno Design”, Bologna /Italy/
were selected three authors as winners of the “ImPossible Design 2018/19” contest. Each of the winners will be awarded a 3D printer MakerBot® Replicator® 2X, and the information about the awarded models and winners are presented in the following table:
By the largest number of votes received during the public voting was selected one winner who will be awarded the 3D scanner MakerBot® Digitizer TM Desktop
The award ceremony will be organized during the “Researcher’s Night” Horizon 2020 event that will be held on 27th or 28th of September 2019 in Belgrade /Serbia/. The exact date, time and venue of the ceremony will be published in timely manner at this website. The winning authors will be directly contacted by the representatives of the organizers.
The organizers of the “ImPossible Design” contest would like to acknowledge some very successful models that impressed both the jury and the A_MADAM team members, and were close to be awarded. As a gesture of appreciation of the efforts of participants in the contest, the Project Manager of the A_MADAM project decided to present to each of the authors 3D printed versions of one of their models with the outstanding aesthetic appeal and complex design:
For complex design
For aesthetic appeal