Dr. ir. Verlinden, J.C.
Assistant Professor Computer Aided Design Engineering
Industrial Design Engineering
Jouke Verlinden (1969) received his M.Sc in computer science (1993), and has a background in interactive computer graphics and virtual reality. He worked in industry as interaction designer and project manager for 7 years before returning to academia. Since 2000 he is assistant professor at the section of computer aided design engineering at TU Delft. Together with graduate students and staff, Jouke is working on 'Augmented Matter in Context': to enable embodied dialogues by bridging physical and digital boundaries. He is editor of the AR[t} journal and the international journal on interactive design, engineering and manufacturing.
Specialisation / field of research
- Interaction design and novel design support systems
- Augmented Reality
- 3D Printing
- Factory in a day
- Sail Simulator
- Kinetic Mirror
European automotive Design Innovation Studio (Leonardo da Vinci project) www.eadis.eu
Lectures and/or coaches students on:
Advanced design support (CAD, Rapid prototyping, modeling), interaction design.
Click here for an overview of my publications.