Research in Ergonomics and Design Lab
|Dr. Sharon Joines (email@example.com)
Sharon Joines is a researcher and ergonomist, teaching courses in human centered design and ergonomics. Her interests reside in universal design, applied product and process research, and the effect of aging on fatigue development and work. Her research focuses on quantifying the interaction between individuals, products, and their environment.
Sharon joined the Department of Industrial Design at College of Design in 2006 after serving the Ergonomics Center of North Carolina as Director of Research. Sharon is a member of the College’s PhD faculty and helped Dr. Carroll start the Textile Product for People with Disability Program with the College of Textiles.
|Hyunjee Kim, Ph.D. Candidate, Research Assistant, Design for Health and Well-being
With a background in interior design, Hyunjee Kim’s interests reside in universal design, the effect of aging on fatigue development and work, applied simulation suits, design methodologies, indoor public space design, and design for the elderly for quality of life. Her dissertation research focuses on using quantitative and qualitative measures to assess the interaction between the elderly and children in indoor public space focusing on quality of life.
|Siwen Liu, Ph.D. Student, Research Assistant, Design for Health and Well-being|
|Wenjiao Wang, Ph.D. Student, Research Assistant, Design for Health and Well-being|
|Kathryn Asad, ID Master’s Student, Teaching Assistant, REDLab member|
|Joohee Huh, Ph.D. Student, Teaching Assistant|
|Engin Kapin, ID Masters Student, Fulbright Scholar, REDLab member|
|Constanza Miranda, Ph.D. Student, REDLab member|
|Chad Yu, ISE Masters Student, REDLab member|
|Dr. Kate Carroll (firstname.lastname@example.org) 919.515.0905
Assistant Apparel Professor, College of Textiles, TATM Department
Expertise: Fashion product development, especially in design for special populations; creativity and innovation with the structure of the apparel and textile complex.
Launched Textiles Product for People with Disabilities (TPPD) Program.