OUR STORY

 
A lot have happened since the project GLØD started in 2017. Back then we were three DTU students, Christoffer Thomsen, Mads Hesseldahl and Victor Bertelsen.
 
We realized a need for festive lights at the camping area and created in collaboration with Roskilde Powered By DTU Students 125 prototypes.
 
We saw an opportunity to make a lantern do more than just emit light and came up with the “party mode”, where the lantern listens to music and pulsates according to the beat. A perfect gadget for you and your friends in the summer nights.
 
Today GLØD has expanded the team to include:

Victor Bertelsen is our main design engineer. He has recently returned from a semester abroad on TUDelft in the Netherlands where he specialised in design of lamps. In addition, to his great commitment in GLØD, Victor has also chosen to write his bachelor project about GLØD.

Mads Hesseldahl has his hands on most parts of the project. He is responsible for the electronic development as well as designing our product. Mads is key in combining the different elements in our product. Mads recently returned from an internship in Lego’s development department and has also chosen to write his bachelor project about GLØD.

Nicholas Fribert joined GLØD post Roskilde Festival 2017 and is responsible for business development and finance. Currently, he is studying a master in Finance & Investments on CBS and has experience in Carnegie Investment Bank. 

Chris Cornaby joined GLØD post Roskilde Festival 2017 and is responsible for electronics. He is currently studying a master in Electrical Engineering at DTU. Chris has experience in Nordic Power Converters and specialises in developing LED lighting. Chris is the main person behind the circuit and the electronic design.