PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 - get inspired by previous projects

The five selected PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 candidates presented their projects on Plastic Engineering Day, October 24, 2019 at DTU. There were five great candidates, but one project stood out to both the judges panel and the participants.

PROJECT PLASTIC is our student competition for engineering students. The purpose is to celebrate the talented students that as part of their degree lead the way in how to use plastic materials to create innovative solutions.

In 2019, we received many great projects and assignments. Out of these, we selected five final candidates. See them all and learn about the projects below.

The five finalist presented their projects on Plastic Engineering Day in October, 2019 in front of the audience and our panel of experts (Jens Peter Bredholt, CEO at Kapacitet, Lars Kaufmanm, CEO at Plastcom and Sofie Bejder, the winner of PROJECT PLASTIC 2018).

Together with the audience, the judges selected the winners of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize.

1st place

Rasmus Dall Nielsen and Emil Buur Trads

Project title: Frasortering af plastfolie

Mechanical Engineering, Aarhus University School of Engineering

2nd place

Asger Dollas, Dan Sørensen Drachmann, Oliver Lundkvist, Rasmus Petersen, Rune A. T. Andreassen & Saoussan Sleiman

Project title: HoneyBlock

Bachelor of Engineering (Architectural, Building and Infrastrucutre, Software & Biotechnology), DTU

3rd place

Santiago Ezquerra Quiroga

Project title: Pressure-driven Injection Moulding for micro replication

Master of Science in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, DTU

The five PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 finalists:

PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 3rd place: Pressure-driven Injection Moulding for micro replication
Link to PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 3rd place: Pressure-driven Injection Moulding for micro replication
PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 2nd place: HoneyBlock
Link to PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 2nd place: HoneyBlock
PROJECT PLASTIC 2019: Aminolysis of polycarbonate - an environmentally friendly chemical recycling option?
Link to PROJECT PLASTIC 2019: Aminolysis of polycarbonate – an environmentally friendly chemical recycling option?
PROJECT PLASTIC 2019: Adaptation to meet the goals of the EU 2018 Directive for Plastics in Circular Economy
Link to PROJECT PLASTIC 2019: Adaptation to meet the goals of the EU 2018 Directive for Plastics in Circular Economy
PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 winner: Frasortering af plastfolie
Link to PROJECT PLASTIC 2019 winner: Frasortering af plastfolie