Oscar Roselló Gil
Graduate Researcher at MIT Media Lab, Cambridge
Postgraduate in United States, 2014
I’m a trained architect, designer, and engineer with 10+ years of experience in projects across scales and disciplines. I focus on the intersection of the physical and the digital, and specialize in the early stages of design, concept development, and project management. In my projects, I strive for uniqueness, impact, and magic. My recent work at the Fluid Interfaces Group at the MIT Media Lab explores how wearable technology can augment human cognitive potential, guided by the principle that devices integrated onto our bodies can redirect our perception and enhance self-awareness. I have 4 years of industry experience, specializing in design competitions, evolving projects from undefined problems to defined visions. The projects I have worked span a wide range of scales, from small -wearable electronics for human augmentation; to medium -the skateboard that was used to win the streetboard world championship; to large -the headquarters of UBS built this year in Zurich; to extra-large -the masterplan of the University of Zurich to be completed in 2050. I hold 3 graduate degrees from MIT across different departments, all fully funded, and a graduate degree from the UPC in Barcelona. My work has been presented at top venues in computer science, art, design, and architecture and has been the recipient of multiple international awards.
The fellowship of Oscar
Studies pursued with the fellowship
Master of Science in Architecture Studies. SMArchS in Design and Computation.
Type of studies
Master degree or equivalent
Host university or research centre
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Ma
Speciality of studies pursued with the fellowship
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Your fellowship code is . You have to include it in all the publications or dissemination materials you create which are related to the research funded by the ”la Caixa” fellowship. Particularly, this mention should read as follows: “The project that gave rise to these results received the support of a fellowship from ”la Caixa” Foundation (ID 100010434). The fellowship code is ”.