Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering

Luo, Ph.D.
Jianxi Luo

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Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
Jianxi Luo holds a Ph.D. in Engineering Systems and S.M. in Technology and Policy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and M.S. and B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Tsinghua University. He is currently a tenured Associate Professor in the Engineering Product Development Pillar and the Design and Artificial Intelligence Cluster at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). He also directs the Data-Driven Innovation Lab at SUTD. He serves as Managing Editor of the Journal of Engineering Design, Associate Editor of Design Science, Associate Editor of AI EDAM, Associate Editor of ASME JCISE, Department Editor of IEEE Trans on Engineering Management, editorial board member of Research in Engineering Design, and executive committee member of the Council of Engineering Systems Universities (CESUN). He previously served as Chair of the INFORMS TIME Section. His research focuses on Data-Driven Innovation (DDI) in engineering design, developing DDI ontology, theories, methods, and tools. Stanford and Elsevier have recognized him among the top 2% scientists globally in the field of Design Practice & Management since 2019. His work received over 20 research or design awards from ASME, INFORMS, Design Society, Complex System Society, etc., including Best Paper Award from ASME Design Theory and Methodology Conference in 2019 and Editor’s Choice Paper Award from ASME Journal of Mechanical Design in 2020.

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