WE SPREAD KNOWLEDGE
TEDH works to address real-world issues that impact on health and wellbeing, adopting a Human-Centered approach.
We work in the light of making design, technology, and human converge into desirable, feasible and viable innovative solutions for human health and wellbeing.
We encourage and promote the integration of research and didactics teaching in the School of Design of Politecnico di Milano, so that students can face cutting edge innovations. It's the time for a fair exchange of ideas and experiences between students, researchers and practitioners through workshops and talks on relevant issues.
SENSIBILAB | Sensors and Biomedical Systems
Sensibilab develops methodologies and technologies for the measurement, analysis, and simulation of physiological human-machine-environment interaction.
Sensibilab implements sensors for physical and physiological monitoring and applies them in medicine, sport, and assistive technologies; the main activity is focused on the design of wearable sensors systems and assistive technologies.
LYPHE | Physical Ergonomics
Research activities at LYPHE are design-oriented. The mission of LYPHE is to apply advanced technologies related to ergonomics, human motion analysis and simulation, to the design process.
The research focus is the analysis with equipment like eye tracking for UX design, motion capture techniques, simulation with Digital Human Modeling and interpretations of quantitative data concerning the interaction between human and products or environment.
TEDH's projects are focused on the main themes regarding health and wellbeing in every form. We are specialized and dedicated to ergonomics, biomechanics, assistive technologies, wearable devices, healthcare products, biomedical technologies, interaction design.
Below are some of the most recent projects we are working on:
WHO WE ARE
TEDH is a interdisciplinary team including designers, engineers, architects, working in permanent connection with users, caregivers and people belonging to local medical institutions.