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Innovation Design Engineering (MA/MSc)

Adhesh Shenoy

Adhesh isn't just an engineer or just a designer. From working as a data scientist to help bring autonomous driving into the Mercedes Benz S-class, to designing games to help Autistic children use public transportation independently at Bosch UX Studio, to starting a non-profit that encouraged the youth to engage in social work through gamification, to helping firemen in developing countries run ops safer and more efficiently by creating a low cost augmented reality device. The common thread between all of these is a desire for a challenge, to learn and to apply knowledge from other disciplines, even without prior experience in these fields. 


MA Innovation Design Engineering - Royal College of Art, London, UK (2021-2023)

MSc Innovation Design Engineering - Imperial College London, UK (2021-2023)

B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering - PES University, Bangalore, IN (2016-2020)


Winner of the environment category in the Mayor's Entrepreneur Competition 2023 and received £20,000.

Chosen to be a part of the Greenhouse Accelerator and received £20,000 in funding to develop our runoff mitigation startup Guerrilla.

Represented India as a fully sponsored international delegate at both, the 2018 and 2019 Make A Difference Annual Conferences held in Hong Kong revolving around change-making and creative interpretations.

Selected as one of the 20 brightest minds under the age of 20 in the world in 2016 and chosen as the delegate representing India to participate in a fully-funded conference in Oslo to develop solutions keeping in mind the UN SDGs.

Shortlisted through all 3 rounds of selection for developing and implementing machine learning on a compact wearable device using an 8-bit ARM processor.

Received the Abhinandan Award in 2015 for Science and Innovation, a prestigious award in India given by the Prime Minister and Human Resource Development Minister in the capital.

Check out his LinkedIn for more about him.

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Innovation, Design and Engineering aren't just words on my degree but act as three pillars in my journey of cross-pollinating knowledge across domains to research, ideate and prototype the solutions of tomorrow.

Fubble render

Fubble - A Grease Capturing Innovation

Every year, 25 billion pounds is spent on fatberg clearance, making it one of the costliest problems that plagues our wastewater network. It's mainly caused by grease that goes down the drain of commercial kitchens and forms large solid formations within the sewers called fatberg. 50% of this grease in the wastewater is in the form of emulsified grease that flows straight through existing grease traps.

Fubble is the only grease-capturing device that can effectively capture sub-100 micron oil particles suspended in wastewater without the use of added chemicals, electricity or moving parts. Being retrofittable and designed around current kitchen protocols, Fubble seamlessly fits into commercial kitchens in line with the effluent pipes of dishwashers and dishwashing sinks.

System Map
Guerrilla poster
Launch Project
GuerrillaPatent-Pending Device to Capture Particulate Pollution from Urban Surface-Water Runoff