Matthieu Masselin & Alexandra Rehbinder / Deputy CEO and Business Developer, Wandercraft

Last updated on profile page : April 23rd, 2014


Matthieu Masselin graduated in 2013 from Ecole Polytechique, where he received a high-level scientific training with a specialization in “Twenty-First Century Energies.” As part of his training, he completed a Master of Science in Electro-Physics at the renowned Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH) of Stockholm. During his master training, Matthieu specialized in plasma physics.

Matthieu developed his scientific skills during a research program with the Instituto di Fisica del Plasma in Milano, related to the studies of tokamaks. Matthieu also spent six month working for Astrium on the conception of an innovative software linked to plasma interaction system in spacecrafts and on analytical studies.

Matthieu spent seven months at the Boston Consulting group, where he worked on strategy missions before joining Wandercraft’s management team as the Deputy General Manager.

Alexandra Rehbinder graduated from ESSEC Business School, where she received an in-depth training in business and management. As part of her training, Alexandra studied at the School of Economics and Management of Tongji University (Shanghai), before graduating in 2013. During her training, she specialized in Healthcare Systems and Therapeutic Innovation and followed the entrepreneurship track.

Alexandra spent six months working in the sales team of a successful start-up in London, Seventy Seven Diamonds, and completed her professional training in a consulting firm specialized in the Healthcare Industry, Factea Healthcare.

Alexandra joined Wandercraft as a Business Developer.

By Matthieu Masselin & Alexandra Rehbinder on ParisTech Review

Développés à l'origine dans un cadre militaire, les exosquelettes sont en train de passer dans le monde civil, avec des applications pour le grand âge ou le handicap. Leur développement requiert des technologies sophistiquées, mais aussi une vision fine des usages. Sur ce marché émergent, proche de la frontière technologique, ce sont des start-ups qui font la course en tête.
Initially developed for military uses, exoskeletons are now moving into civvy street, with applications under development for disabled senior citizens or handicapped persons. Business of this product calls for sophisticated technologies by also for a clear view at the end-users. In this technology-intensive, leading edge emerging market, start-ups are out front.

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