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Eujin is a Senior Lecturer in Product and Furniture Design at De Montfort University in the United Kingdom. His research interests centre on Additive Manufacture; and in particular, Social Manufacturing. He was a Research Fellow at leading institutions including Loughborough University, Brunel University and at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton. He was invited twice as a Visiting Scientist to Vaal University of Technology, and more recently at Central University of Technology, Free State in South Africa.

 

As a trained industrial designer, Eujin’s professional consultancy work includes those for Motorola, Inc., LM Ericsson, and Rentokil Initial. He has won a number of awards and runner-up prizes in international design competitions such as the IDSA IDEA 2011, Motorola Motofwrd, RSA Design Directions, the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design 24 hour Inclusive Design Challenge 2011, Opus eyewear, the UK Lighting competition and the President's furniture award. His work has been featured in exhibitions and international magazines and he has been interviewed on the national radio and local newspapers. Eujin was an invited judge for the British Promotional Merchandise Association design competition in 2010.

 

In academia, Eujin has a track record of generating new knowledge and finding solutions for a significant impact in industry. His research outputs have been selected for inclusion in the REF2014 exercise. He is Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA); Member of the editorial board for the Journal of Assembly Automation; Reviewer for the Rapid Prototyping Journal and for the International Journal of Design. <//July 2013//>

 

 

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