MSc. Jung, J.
Jiwon Jung is PhD candidate at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering.
Jiwon is a PhD Candidate of CardioLab, a collaboration between Philips Design and the TU Delft. CardioLab explores how smart technologies can reduce the burden of cardiovascular diseases.
Jiwon is interested in developing design guideline of including large community -level data within the context of Data-Enabled Design process. Her guideline is to support designers to create smart product-service systems. She believes that this community level data can bring systematic and societal level insights (going beyond individual-focused, which current designers are used to). Then, our design ideas/knowledge can be accepted to broader audience (e.g. medical science, engineering, and business). In one simple sentence, Jiwon develops a design guideline to include large data as another user(societal) understanding source in a design process.
Her context of research is currently focused on healthcare, particularly cardiovascular disease prevention, due to its high complexity characteristics- once this domain can be tackled, other simpler domain can be approached easier.
She has interviewed 40 design experts both from industry and academia all over the world, to learn their strategies of including large or big data in a design process, where designers tended to use insights from 12 people. Then now she is applying the knowledge from the design experts to mater graduation projects to improve the guideline.
- 2018 ─ 2022 (expected)
Ph.D. Candidate in Industrial Design Engineering, Technische Universiteit Delft (TU Delft), CardioLab
Supervised by Prof.dr.Dirk Snelders and Dr.ir.Maaike Kleinsmann
[Thesis/project] Developing data-enabled design methodologies for healthcare domain (cardiovascular disease prevention)
Fully Funded by CardioLab (TU Delft-Philips Design)
- 2015 ─ 2017
Master of Science in Industrial Design, KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Deajeon, Korea
Human-Centered Interaction Design Lab, Supervised by Prof.dr.KunPyo Lee (now Dean of HongKong PolyU, School of Design)
[Thesis] Design Tool Development for Non-Monetary Accommodation Sharing Platforms: Understanding Couchsurfing User Behaviors for Profiles and Stay Requests
Fully funded by Korea National Scholarship
- 2011 ─ 2015
Korea University, Seoul, Korea
B.F.A. in Industrial and Information Design, School of Art and Design
B.B.A. in Business Administration, Business School (Double Major)
Supported by merit-based scholarship
- 2005 ─ 2019
IB Diploma (International Baccalaureate Diploma)
Shanghai American School, Shanghai, China
[Graduation Essay] The Importance of Design in the Modern Society
- 2017 ─ 2018
Invited Journal Reviewer of International Journal of Hospitality Management
Invited Designer, Dubai Design Week, Global Graduation Show
- 2015 ─ 2017
Design Researcher, Human-Centered Interaction Design Lab, KAIST, Korea
- UI and User Interaction Technology Development for Transparent and Flexible Display Use, Alticast Co.
- IoT Strategy and Concept Development for Home Appliances ,Dongbu Daewon Electronics
- IoT Strategy and User Scenario Development for Coway Products, COWAY CO.
Hospital Rehabilitation UX Development for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Department, Korea University Hospital, Seoul (One of BSc. Graduation Projects)
Johnson Controls Automotive, Total Interior Design Team
- Coach of Bachelor Course (Business, Culture, and Technology 'BCT')
- Mentor of Master Graduation Projects
Graduation project condition:
1. Employing Data-Enabled Design Process
2. Including community-level large data in a design process
3. Exploring how smart technologies can reduce the burden of cardiovascular diseases
Graduation Project Examples:
- 'Harthulp' : a smart question-and-answer platform for cardiac patients (Ward Hendrix, 2019, designed with 7454 user posts)
- A parental supporting system that reduces anxiety and overprotective behavior towards the physical activity participation of their children, who experience congenital heart defects (Hosana Morales, 2019-2020, designed with 350 user online stories)