PhD student, Engineering (graduated 2023)
Our paper with Stanford collaborators on people's experiences with physical self-tracking materials is now out in the IMWUT (Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies) December issue. Paper available here.
Teja is virtually headed to VERGE 2020, taking part in various online sessions such as roundtable discussions, networking opportunities, and En-ROADS: An Interactive Climate Workshop.
A culmination of her efforts during her Synapse internship and beyond, Teja has co-authored an e-book on Sustainable Product Design! The e-book abstracts a sustainable design workflow into actionable steps and easy-to-use tools that can be applied to any product development process to reduce environmental impacts while improving the bottom line. Check it out here.
Last week Teja took her PhD Qualifying Exam, and now it's official: the committee (Jeremy Faludi, Petra Bonfert-Taylor, Vikrant Vaze, and Liz) was unanimous in recommending a pass decision. Congrats on advancing to Ph.D. Candidacy, Teja!
Teja is heading to her internship at Synapse Product Development in Seattle! She'll be a Sustainable Design Research Intern for the next 3 months, performing user research to discover what designers and engineers need from novel life cycle assessment tools. We hope her efforts will lay the groundwork for a longstanding collaboration with Synapse and that her insights will richly inform the LCA tool she plans to begin developing upon returning to Dartmouth.
Teja is taking part in another Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum opportunity, having been selected as a Runner for the West Coast Experience Program! The West Coast Experience is run by the Magnuson Center each year for a group of 10-12 undergraduate students, who will spend a week traveling to Seattle, San Francisco, and Palo Alto to visit Dartmouth alumni at startups, incubators, and VC firms. It'll also be a great opportunity for Teja to meet potential clients, pitch her research, and get feedback!
Teja is on her way to San Francisco to participate and volunteer at the Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum (DEF). The DEF is open to the full Dartmouth community and provides an amazing opportunity to connect with Dartmouth's thriving entrepreneurial network. Later in the week, she'll be heading over to visit Liz at Stanford :)
The Summer School for Engineering Design Research (SSEDR) is a 2-part summer program for PhD students taking place this year during May and July at locations in Croatia and Germany. The SSEDR aims to make PhD students working on design science topics better equipped for their research by enhancing their understanding of salient theories and methods, guiding development of an appropriate research approach, and fostering long-term connections through interactive discussions and exercises. Čestitamo and gute Reise, Teja!
Teja Chatty, Elizabeth Murnane
Tejaswini Chatty, Will Harrison, Hana H Ba-Sabaa, Jeremy Faludi, Elizabeth L Murnane
Tejaswini Chatty, Yingkun Qu, Hana H Ba-Sabaa, Elizabeth L Murnane
Proceedings of the Design Society
Tejaswini Chatty, Will Harrison, Lina Cowen, Martine Stillman
Pages 1–51 · Synapse Product Development Inc. · 2020
Tejaswini Chatty, Jeremy Faludi
Proceedings of the Design Society (DESIGN) · Volume 1 · Pages 2475–2484 · Cambridge University Press · 2020
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