Dr. Alon Weiss
An Academic Educator focusing on implementing Design Thinking processes to reinforce the design process. Bio Design Thinking Expert that offers a multidisciplinary approach with years of industry experience in product development and design in a broad range of fields, such as: Consumer, Professional and Industrial products, using sophisticated research tools to customize and optimize the product design process, toward advanced innovative design
Studied at the Istituto Europe di Design, Milani Italy. Holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the Design Academy Eindhoven Netherlands and holds a Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
2013 – 2018 Ph.D. in Design. Department of Design, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Assam, India – (Excellency Program)
Thesis subject: "Bio inspired design thinking".
1997 – 2001 Bachelor in Industrial Design (Man and Mobility Dept.) the Design Academy Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
1996 – 1997 Instituto Europeo Di Design (Product Design Dept.), Milano, Italy.
A. Weiss et al. "The Ideality (WHAT) model for product design". Presented and published in conference proceedings. E&PDE15 International conference on engineering and product design education, loughborough university, design school, loughborough, uk, Sepember 2015.
A. Weiss et al. "What Ideality Tool (The WIT) for product design Briefs, Fusion and Confluence in Design managmengt". Presented and published in conference proceedings. NordDesign 2016, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, August 2016.
A. Weiss et al. "What Ideality Tool (The WIT) for Product Design Briefs-Crossing from a Static flowchart model forward a Dynamic Tool", Presented and published in conference proceedings. ICoRD 2017, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India, August 2017.
Bio inspired design thinking
Bio memetic structures in Orthopedic implants
Introduction to engineering & Design 1+2
Engineering & Design 1+2
Computer Aided Design (Solidworks)
Design and Engineering for Manufacturing
Freehand Academic drawing for designers and engineers
Dynamic folds from soft materials