SUND students receive grant from the Spar Nord Foundation

SUND students receive grant from the Spar Nord Foundation

Two SUND students have received a grant from the Spar Nord Foundation

Lasse Lassen and Toke Hartmann Johansen,  students at School of Medicine and Health, have developed an app designed for people who spend most of their workday in a sitting position. The app, "WorkIN3D", is developed to suggest exercises during the workday according to individual needs.

The system is based on algorithms developed and calculated in collaboration with Associate Professor Ulrike PielmeierCenter for Model-based Medical Decision Support, Department of Health Science and Technology.

The Spar Nord Foundation supports the project and the two students have received a grant of DKK 60,000 for further development of the app. Initiatives and projects that the Spar Nord Foundation supports must benefit the community and that is excactly what the students and the researcher are aiming for. They will now realize their research by completing and launching the app. 

You can read more at the Spar Nord Foundation's website