Ellen Yi-Luen Do

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Ellen Yi-Luen Do
College of Architecture & College of Computing

School of Industrial Design & School of Interactive Computing

Health Systems Institute, 828 W. Peachtree Street, NW ellendo@gatech.edu

210B, Integrated Health Spaces

Atlanta, GA 30332-0477


1992 -- 1998 Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Major: Design Computing & Design Methods, Minor: Cognitive Science & Computer Science
Dissertation: The Right Tool at the Right Time –

Investigation of Freehand Drawing as an Interface to Knowledge Based Design Tools

Dissertation Committee: Craig M Zimring, Mark D Gross, Jean D Wineman

Reading Committee: Janet L Kolodner, Francis D.K. Ching

1990 -- 1991 Master of Design Studies, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, USA

Design and Computing

Advisor: William J Mitchell
1983 -- 1988 Bachelor of Architecture (Honors), National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, ROC

Minor in Urban Planning

Design Thesis: A Spatial Constitution of Contemporary Settlers Community –

The Case of Aboriginal Ami Tribe Dwelling in Pachiemen District, Keelung City (Thesis Award)

Thesis Advisor: Ming-Hung Wang

professional experience
2013 – present National University of Singapore, Singapore
Co-Director, Keio-NUS CUTE Center [ http://cutecenter.nus.edu.sg/ ]

Interactive and Digital Media Institute (since April 2013), and Visiting Research Professor (since Jan 2013), with joint appointments at School of Computing (SoC) and Division of Industrial Design (DiD) at the School of Design and Environments (SDE)

Directing a multi-million-dollar joint International Research Center (named CUTE – Connective Ubiquitous Technology for Embodiments) between NUS and Keio University in Japan to develop technologies for experience media research, source: Media Development Authority (MDA), Singapore.
Approved fund: S$ 10 million, duration 2009-2016, supported by the Singapore National Research Foundation under its International Research Center Keio-NUS CUTE Center @ Singapore Funding Initiative and administered by the IDM Program Office, Singapore
Visiting Research Professor

New course development, Design Platform, Digital Wellness (Fall 2013), Digital Wellness for Children (Spring 2014), and Digital Wellness for Seniors (Fall 2014)

GS6883A, Interface Sciences and Engineering, for NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering - NGS PhD Program (Fall 2014, Spring 2015)
Principal Investigator
VR MedSIM, Virtual Reality Medical Simulation, including Virtual Interactive Human Anatomy – VIHA and Virtual Interactive Simulation Environment – VISE, with Centre for Healthcare Simulation, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, $ 3.04 M SGD (Sep 2014 – Aug 2017)

Silver Sense, a Smartphone Application for Elderly Wellness Monitoring, Active Ageing Council, People’s Association, $20k SGD (July 2014 – March 2015)

3D Display Application Development for Augmented Learning, with Tohoku University, Research Institute of Electrical Communication (RIEC), $18.37 M JPY = $ 200k SGD
2006 - present Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
Professor (promoted March 2012), Associate Professor (with tenure since 2006), PhD Program, College of Architecture, and joint appointments at Intelligent and Interactive Computing Division (06-07) and then the School of Interactive Computing (since Feb 2007), Human Centered Computing Program, College of Computing & GVU Center, School of Architecture (since Jan 2010), School of Industrial Design (since Jan 2012), affiliate faculty at Health Systems Institute (since 2007), and Center for Music Technology (since 2009)
Program and curriculum developments in Design Computing and Design Cognition for PhD program

Courses cross-listed in Architecture, Computer Science and Health Systems.

Graduate Program Coordinator, School of Industrial Design (Fall 2011 – Fall 2012)

New course development: Creativity and Design Cognition, Visual and Spatial Reasoning, Design Computing and Everyware, Ambient Intelligence for Home Energy, Wellness, Emotion, Sex and Technology, Patient Room of the Future, Pediatric Center of the Future, Emergency Room of the Future, Onsite Health Center of the Future, Design Games, Happy Healthy Home – Ambient Intelligence and Innovation

Supervise research in creative design computing, human centered computing, human robot interactions, energy puppet, and Evidence-Based Design best practices, technology interventions for healthcare environment.
Director, Health Space Futures [ http://www.hsi.gatech.edu/healthcaredesign/ ]
A Laboratory, a series of interdisciplinary courses that focus on research and design for quality care and experience for patients, families and caregivers. The lab explores the possibilities of creating a safe, soothing and healing environment that increases patient, family and caregiver satisfaction while facilitating flexible use of space and integration of technologies toward a smart healing environment.
Director, ACME Lab – ACME Creativity Machine Environment [ http://acmelab.gatech.edu ]
Intelligent Systems and Objects, Design Computing and Cognition, Physical and Ubiquitous Computing, Intuitive Design Interfaces, Sketch Understanding, Diagram Indexing and Retrieval, Computationally Enhanced Construction Kits and Toys, Architectural Robotics, Ambient Intelligence and Smart Living Technologies.
Principal Investigator, NSF SHB 1117665 http://nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=1117665
InteCog System: ClockReader+ and CogStim Game for Screening and Preventing Cognitive Impairment ($102,000, Sep 2011 – August 2012)
Principal Investigator, NSF HCC 1137527 http://nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=1137527

Workshop: Graduate Student Symposium at ACM Creativity & Cognition (C&C 2011) Conference ($22,020, May 2011 – April 2012)

2004 - 2005 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
Associate Professor, School of Architecture (Sep 2004 – Dec 2005)

Computational Design Research Lab [ http://code.arc.cmu.edu ]
Program & curriculum developments in the Graduate Program of Computational Design: Master of Science and Ph.D. Program. Supervise research in design critiquing, architectural robotics, computationally enhanced construction toys, and avatar based, augmented annotation with freeform authoring interface.
New course development: Studio X, Inventing Futures, Home 2020, Design Computing Theory and Method, Computational Design Colloquium. Co-teach (with Susan Finger, Civil Engineering) Rapid Design through Physical and Virtual Prototyping, Collaborative Learning in Design
1999 - 2004 University of Washington, Seattle
Assistant Professor and then Associate Professor (with tenure, from September 2003),

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