学术讲座:Building a Design Specification设计师的设计视野


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讲座时间:2017年12月18日(星期一下午15:00)

讲座地点:南湖校区主楼705

主办单位:伯明翰时尚创意学院

主讲人简介:Panchalingam Suntharalingam,伯明翰城市大学博士,教授。设计与视觉化课程主任,伯明翰城市大学学术监督委员会主席。伯明翰城市大学博士,伯明翰大学硕士,莱斯特大学一等一荣誉学士学位。

产品设计、室内设计及室内产品设计是他的主要教学研究领域,其中涵盖设计可视化、工程产品设计、工业设计、知识转移(KPT)项目合作、软件编程、企业发展、医疗产品设计、室内产品研究、快速原型和CAD设计。

Panch博士是一名训练有素的设计工程师和计算机科学家,发表大量学术论著,其中包括在英国广播公司和英国独立电视台,包括“Top Gear”。他在制造业的丰富经验包括“知识转移伙伴关系”,并获得2项英国贸易与工业部(DTI)特别大奖,以表彰其在创新方面的成就。

研究方向:产品设计、室内设计及室内产品设计

研究工作:设计可视化、工程产品设计、工业设计、知识转移(KPT)项目合作、软件编程、企业发展、医疗产品设计、室内产品研究、快速原型和CAD设计。

报告题目和摘要:

设计师的设计视野

对于设计人员来说,客户创建最终产品的边界和需求对于避免对最终结果的接受者有任何含糊或昂贵的重新设计是至关重要的。它还能保护设计者不受客户的设计需求的持续修改。本课程提供专业的实践者和设计师,包括建筑、产品、内部、视觉传达、工业设计、景观建筑,以及与设计的任务和过程相关的最佳实践指导,以及中小型项目所需的规范。

TitleBuilding a Design Specification

Speaker:Panchalingam Suntharalingam,PhD. – Birmingham City University

Dr Panch Suntharalingam is currently the Course Director for MA Design and Visualisation and chair of the School Academic Monitoring Committee at Birmingham City University.

He teaches product design, interior design and interior products design in the UK and abroad and his areas of expertise and interests include: design and visualisation, engineering product design, industrial design, knowledge transfer partnership (KTP) programmes, software programming, enterprise development, medical product design, interior products, research and rapid prototyping and computer aided design (CAD).

Dr Suntharalingam is a trained design engineer and computer scientist and has published many papers including well known opening title sequences featured on BBC and ITV networks including 'Top Gear'.

His wealth of experience in the manufacturing industry includes 'knowledge transfer partnerships', gaining two first class Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) awards for achievement in innovation. He is also an external examiner at various national and international universities at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Dr Suntharalingam was educated in the United Kingdom gaining his PhD from Birmingham City University, a Masters with distinction from the University of Birmingham and a BSc (Hons) Engineering degree from Middlesex University.

AbstractFor Designers, the boundaries and requirements of the client to create an end product is crucial to avoid any ambiguity or costly redesign to the recipient of the final outcome. It also protects the designer from continuous revision to a client’s design requirements. This lecture provides professional practitioners and designers from any discipline such as Architecture, Product, Interior, Visual Communication, Industrial Design, Landscape Architecture with best practice guidance relevant to the tasks and processes of design and the specification required for small to medium-size projects.