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Matt Chiu

 
  • Status: Ph.D. student.
  • Advisors: Carolyn Yoon, Shinobu Kitayama.
  • Description of Research: My research aims to investigate the aesthetic experience of different social context, to distinguish consumer's preference in product evaluation. This approach helps design industry to optimize design objects for consumers in different social context.
  • Keywords: Emotional design, experience design, cognition, aesthetics.
  • Research Disciplines: Emotional Design, Consumer Behavior, Product Design, Affective Engineering, User Experience, Ethnography, Kansei Design, Social Psychology.
  • Link with more info: http://pauping8778.wix.com/mattchiu.
  • Awards: Design Science Fellowship, Ministry of Education Taiwan Internship Overseas Fellowship, The Grants of Taiwan Government Scholarship.
  • Funding: Taiwan Government Fellowship, Design Science Grant.
  • Publications:
    • Chiu, T.-P., & Ho, C.-H. (2013). The Study of Emotional Responses when Applying Scents to Products. Paper presented at Conference of 5th International Congress of International Association of Societies of Design Research, 2013, Tokyo, Japan. Full Paper
    • Chiu, T.-P., Ma, M.-Y. (2010). The Research of the Allure Factors of the Travel Around Taiwan Island Via Bicycle Prefer. Paper presented at The International Conference on Kansei Engineering and Emotion Research 2010, Paris.
    • Chiu, T.-P., & Ho, C.-H. (2009). How Different Lifestyle People Sense Landmarks in Wayfinding Task. Paper presented at The International Conference on Kansei Engineering and Emotion Research 2009, Osaka, Japan. Full Paper
    • Chiu, T.-P., & Ho, C.-H. (2009). Landmark Representing in Map v.s User's Mental Map: How Much Map Detail In Landmark Is Necessary to Support Wayfinding. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Planning and Design, Tainan, Taiwan. Full Paper
Matt Chiu