Post-Doctoral Research Associate • PhD, Technology, Media & Society ‘20 • COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN, TANGIBLE INTERACTION
Clement Zheng is an industrial designer, researcher and educator. His work spans computational design, making and tangible interaction design. He is passionate about facilitating other designers in their creative processes, especially as they integrate digital fabrication and physical computing to realize their ideas. His advisor is Ellen Do, professor of computer science in the ATLAS Institute.
Clement successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation -- Everyday Materials for Physical Interactive Systems -- on April 16, 2020 -- see the video recording of the defense.
For more information about Clement, view his LinkedIn or web pages. Alumni pages are not always updated after graduation.