Welcome Giulia! Strengthening our research on sustainable behaviour through Virtual and Augmented Reality
Giulia Wally Scurati joins the Product Development Research Lab until the end of September 2019 to strengthen our research on sustainable behaviour through Virtual and Augmented Reality.
Giulia graduated in Design & Engineering and is now PhD student at the department of Mechanical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano in Italy. Her research focuses on the development of methodologies to support sustainable behaviour through Virtual and Augmented Reality. Giulia’s PhD thesis aims at further developing methods and tools to support engineers in designing products, services and systems considering behavioural aspects with the aim to save resources.
“During my exchange period at BTH, I will work on industrial case studies in collaboration with a global construction equipment manufacturer. The work will be dedicated on the development of strategies to design and test eco feedbacks for professional drivers in the construction site, taking into account also the interaction with autonomous driving vehicles.”