Dr. Musstanser Tinauli is the founder of DJED Limited.He has been working on several innovative projects to create sustainable, smarter and safer communities since 2009. Dr. Tinauli’s research interests and expertise include ‘sustainable system service and design’, interaction design, Co-creation and behavioral change. He has conducted several social innovation camps/workshops in Asia and Europe focusing on sustainability, service design, co-creation and co-existence. He is currently working a project to connect labor workers with technology literate people on social media and smart-phones. He is a good public speaker and excellent in conducting workshops. He believes in changing the world bottom up through better education and co-creation. He has been recipient of multiple prestigious fellowships including; IBM PhD fellowship and Progetto Rocca Fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA. As a young researcher Dr. Tinauli was interviewed in one of the European Television programs titled, The Obama of the Future. An exemplary highlight of his current career would be “Trash Track” project that he led at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA. The project stands out to be one of the most influential projects at MIT during the year 2009. The project also won the NSF visualization challenge. He formed and led a team of about 20 people including researchers, scientists, engineers, designers, artists and computer science professionals. Dr. Tinauli has worked across the globe including Europe, America, Asia and Middle East. His works have been exhibited in exhibitions and museums such as London Museum, Seattle Public Library, and Architectural League of New York. One of his interviews with Discovery channel can be seen at: news.discovery.com/videos/tech-where-does-our-garbage-go.html).