Anne-Marlene Rüede

Lutry, VaudSwitzerland

Type of Degree: Masters

Major: Architecture & Space Technologies

School: Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Projected Graduation Date: 2018

Team: Food Saviours

Anne-Marlene is a student at the Swiss Polytechnic Federal Institute in Lausanne. She is majoring in Architecture and Space technologies with the objective of becoming a space and extreme environments architect. She is always curious to think about new ways to solve problems, especially when concerning complex structures and environments. She has worked on projects in space technologies such as the design and model of a six unit Cubesat, which is now part of the permanent exhibition in the Swiss embassy in China and mission scenario and architecture for manned Mars missions. She has also worked on projects with the aim of finding self-sustaining solutions to problems such as access to food and to housing, both of which are part of the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.