Ph.D. & Education
I am currently a Ph.D. researcher in Industrial Design, at TU Eindhoven. I have an academic background in Industrial Design and Vehicle Engineering. The knowledge I have accumulated through my bachelor and master studies provides me with a multidisciplinary perspective and a good foundation. Obtaining a doctoral title would push me further to become an educator and professor of the design and automotive domain.
Now, I am a designer focusing on creating an enjoyable interactive experience that involves our human sensations as physical beings. I focus more on the humanity in people, the original pieces in our life, and the born-with dexterities. Therefore, I often get inspired by thinking about how I can ground the high technologies into a human’s daily life. Moreover, I am fond of creating artifacts that integrate digital and tangible worlds, that can be touched and felt. I evaluate these design concepts and decisions through methodically studying users, modeling business and analyzing societal effects.
As a strategic and insightful person, I am good at identifying the obligations and delegating duties either to the team or to myself. Thus, I am able to manage both team and individual projects agilely.