Global Grad Show is a programme for graduates in universities across the world whose research and ideas offer solutions to help solve major social and environmental issues. It brings together graduates and professors from over 70 countries and 600 universities who are working on solutions for a better world. From the world’s most prominent academic institutions to local colleges in developing markets, in fields ranging from biomedical engineering to urban design and data sciences.
The 2021 selection of international projects is unveiled online on 8 November, featuring innovative solutions to some of the greatest and often unappreciated challenges of our times. Kimia Amir Moazami and Tobi Trübenbacher are selected with their graduate projects Vorkoster and Papilio.
Vorkoster is selected in the section ‚Future of Food‘.
Papilio is selected in the section ‚Design against Waste‘.
In addition, MENA Grad Show will display social impact projects developed by academic talent from the region, at a physical exhibition held as part of Dubai Design Week.
See and read more about the Global Grad Show 2021 program, HERE
See and hear more about Tobias‘ Papilio HERE
See and hear more about Kimia’s Vorkoster HERE
and… find out more on Kimia and Tobi’s projects below.
It is the second time that Tobi’s has a project selected for GGS.
See some impressions of GGS 2019 when his Ignis project was selected with projects of 4 other UdK product design students and when they were all invited to Dubai with Prof. Ineke Hans.