GE Healthcare Global Design
Lionel Wodecki is a design architect at GE Healthcare Global Design in Buc, France. He graduated from ENSAAMA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art) in Paris and worked at three companies before joining GE Healthcare. One of these was DELSEY luggage, where he gained a foundation of knowledge about materials and consumer products.
In 2001, he joined GE Healthcare, designing vascular products, including the Innova 3100. In 2004, Wodecki was lead designer for the new ultrasound platform, including products such as the Vivid E9 and handheld ultrasound device Vscan. More recently he was behind the ID of GE Healthcare’s SIGNA Pioneer MRI 3T.
Today, Wodecki is the global ID design architect for the ultrasound business, developing the product line’s new design. He is also leading the advanced concept activity in GE Europe and received IDSA International Design Excellence Awards (IDEAs) for LUMIMedical Advanced Concept and Ultrasound Table System Concept in 2015. Overall, Wodecki's designs have won nine IDEAs.