Industrial Engineering UNPAR presents
APDeC: COLLOQUIUM “DESIGN FOR WELL-BEING”
4 November 2015
Sheraton Bandung Hotel, Indonesia
For more information see: apdec.ti.unpar.ac.id
1. Dr. Patrick Jordan (Patrick W.Jordan Ltd., United Kingdom)
Pat Jordan is a consultant to many of the world’s most successful companies and to the third sector (charities and voluntary organisations). He was a policy advisor to the UK government from 2000 to 2010 and has also consulted for many other governments including: USA, Canada, Finland and Brazil.
Patrick has given keynote speeches at conferences in over 50 countries and regularly speaks at public and corporate events. Patrick is Chair of Design and Psychology at Middlesex University London and has previously held chairs at Carnegie-Mellon University and the University of Leeds.
He has won numerous international awards and has been awarded honorary chairs at University College London, Loughborough University, City University London, Coventry University and the University of Surrey.
For more information see: www.patrickwjordan.net
2. Prof Ellen Yi-Luen Do (Keio-NUS CUTE CENTER, Singapore)
Ellen is Professor in the School of Industrial Design and the School of Interactive Computing, in the College of Architecture, and the College of Computing, at Georgia Institute of Technology. She has built creative computing tools, from understanding the human intelligence and creativity involved in the design process to improving our interaction with computers beyond the desktop into the physical world. She works on Things that Think, Spaces that Sense and Places that Play – a smart living environment in which computing technologies embedded in the built environment (e.g., objects, furniture, building, and space) support everyday happy healthy living. Prof. Do is on leave from Georgia Tech and has served as the CUTE Center Co-Director (NUS side) since April 2013. She holds a PhD in Design Computing
For more information see: http://cutecenter.nus.edu.sg
3. Markus Hartono, Ph.D (University of Surabaya, Indonesia)
Markus Hartono is an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Surabaya (Ubaya), Indonesia. He received his Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) in Industrial Engineering from University of Surabaya (Ubaya), Indonesia, in 2000. In year 2004, he received ASEAN Graduate Scholarships (AGS) award for pursuing his master degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from National University of Singapore (NUS) and obtained his Master of Science (M.Sc.) in 2006. In year 2008, he received a prestigious award of NUS Graduate Research Scholarships for 4 years for pursuing his PhD, and obtained his PhD degree in 2012.
His research interests are in Ergonomics, Kansei Engineering, product design, work and motion measurement, and service quality management. He has conducted several training/workshop and consultancy works to industries on the topics of time and motion study, work sampling, Methods Time Measurement (MTM), learning curve and Ergonomics. He has acted as a scientific reviewer for the regional and international journals such as International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics (by Elsevier), International Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology, the Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, and Management Decision (by Taylor and Francis). In addition, he serves as scientific committee for Asian Conference on Ergonomics and Design (ACED), South-east Asia Network of Ergonomics Societies (SEANES) and Asia Institute of Industrial Engineer (IIE). He is also a certified human factors professional (periods: 2010-2015) with Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics Inc (BCPE), Willingham, WA, USA, and Council of Asian Conference on Ergonomics and Design (ACED).
For more information see: http://ti.ubaya.ac.id
4. Dr. Johanna Hariandja (Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Indonesia)
Johanna Renny Octavia Hariandja is a lecturer at the Industrial Engineering Department of Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Indonesia. She obtained her PhD degree in Human-Computer Interaction from Universiteit Hasselt, Belgium, with a dissertation entitled “Adaptivity in virtual environments: Enhancing user interaction and accommodating user diversity.” Prior to that, she received a B.Eng degree in Industrial Engineering from Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, a MSc degree in Product Design Engineering from Hogeschool Utrecht, The Netherlands and a PDEng degree in User System Interaction from Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
After finishing her PhD till present, Johanna continues the fruitful research collaboration as a voluntary researcher at Universiteit Hasselt, in the domain of human computer interaction and rehabilitation robotics. In 2012, she received two international grants to conduct short research stays at Universiteit Hasselt: Du Pré Grant, awarded by Multiple Sclerosis International Federation (MSIF), United Kingdom, and SRS PhD+ Scholarship, awarded by VLIR-UOS, Belgium, from which she published a number of her latest international journal and conference papers. Her general research interests lies in the field of human computer interaction, product design and ergonomics.