Eujin is the Programme Director for the BSc Product Design and BSc Product Design Engineering courses at Brunel Design. He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng) and a Chartered Technological Product Designer (CTPD). As a Product Design Engineer during the early days of his career, he developed solutions for companies including Motorola, Inc., LM Ericsson, Sennheiser GmbH & Co. KG, and Rentokil Initial of which some products are still being manufactured today. Eujin is an expert in Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing). He is Chair of the British Standards Institute BSI/AMT/8 committee as the National Standards Body for Additive Manufacturing; and the UK Head of Delegate for ISO/TC261 plenary sessions. He is Convenor for the International Organisation for Standardisation ISO/TC261/WG4 that develops specifications and guidelines for Additive Manufacturing Data and Design; and Convenor for ISO/TC261/JG67 for Functionally Graded Additive Manufactured Parts. Eujin is a Full College Member of the EPSRC Peer Review College that is the main agency that assesses national proposals for funding research in engineering and physical sciences. He is Managing Editor for the Progress in Additive Manufacturing Journal (Springer), Associate Editor for the Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing (Springer) and Associate Editor for the Assembly Automation Journal (Emerald). He is also Member of the Editorial Board for the Rapid Prototyping Journal (Emerald) and Member of the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Rapid Manufacturing (Inderscience). In 2018, Eujin was invited as a Member of the EPSRC Early Career Forum in Manufacturing Research that involves the participation of EPSRC strategic advisory activities. In the same year, he completed the ASPIRE Leadership Development Programme at Brunel University London aimed at nurturing emerging leaders of the university.
Eujin’s research interest centres on Functionally Graded Additive Manufacturing and 4D Printing. He gained hands-on experience as a Research Fellow at Loughborough University, Brunel University London and at the University of Southampton; and was a Visiting Scientist at Vaal University of Technology and the Central University of Technology in South Africa. His active involvement in professional memberships enable him to be a step ahead in policies and emerging technologies. He is an active member of the British Standards Institution BSI/TDW4/8 that publishes standards such as BS 8887 for Design for MADE; and BS 8888 for Technical Product Specification. He is a member of ISO/JTC1/WG12 which develops standards and best practices for 3D Scanning and 3D Printing within the scope of Information Communication Technology. More recently, Eujin was appointed to the ISO/TC 261/CAG Chairman's Advisory Group; and ISO/TC 261/AG 01 Coordination Group. His current involvement centres on the activities of ISO/TC 261/JG 57 Joint ISO/TC 261-ASTM F42 Group for Specific Design Guidelines on Powder Bed Fusion; ISO/TC 261/JG 64 Joint ISO/TC 261-ASTM F42 Group for Solid Modelling Support; ISO/TC 261/JG 73 for Joint ISO/TC 261-ASTM F42 Group for Digital Product Definition and Data Management; and ISO/TC 261/JG 74 Joint ISO/TC 261-ASTM F42 Group for Additive Manufacturing Personnel Training.
Eujin is a Member of the Institution of Engineering Designers (MIED), Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA). He is a Member of the Design Research Society (DRS), and Co-founder of the Inclusive Design Special Interest Group. At Brunel University London, Eujin is a committee member for the Innovation Hub which spearheads new initiatives for student entrepreneurs. He reviews manuscripts for SAGE, the Rapid Prototyping Journal, the International Journal of Design, the ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, Recent Patents on Engineering, and for the Rapid Product Development Association of South Africa (RAPDASA). He is also a book reviewer for Palgrave Books (Macmillan Publishers Ltd.), Laurence King Publishing Ltd. and SpringerNature AG.
Eujin has a track record of generating new knowledge and finding solutions for significant impact in the industry. He is active in Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) and worked with BAE Systems Applied Intelligence Ltd. on several industry projects of which in 2016, he was nominated for the BAE Systems Chairman’s Award that acknowledged the efforts and achievements of the company’s partners in delivering performance and furthering the company’s values. Through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, he has collaborated with SMEs, such as with L'Earth Ltd. to develop new 3D printing filament materials in which the product and packaging were recognised with an International WorldStar Award in 2014 for design excellence. He advises SMEs including Quinteassential Ltd. and Watson EP Ltd. for New Product Development projects. Between 2013-2014, he collaborated and delivered projects for the Leicester Arts and Museum Service where important historical artefacts from the Anglo-Saxon and Roman period were digitised and reproduced using 3D printing. He worked with the Leicester Transport Heritage Trust to undertake a 24-month project to reverse engineer a historical tramcar which was accurately scaled down and 3D printed. In 2015, he led a Masterclass at the Royal College of Art (RCA) for the Include2015 conference on the use of 3D Printing to support design practice.
Professional Design Career
As a Product Design Engineer, Eujin holds numerous design awards, including the Wearable Master and Field Trial Winner for the Manchester Numbers That Matter Hackathon (2014), the International WorldStar Packaging Award (2014), IDSA IDEA Award (2011), Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design 24 hour Inclusive Design Challenge (2011), Motorola Motofwrd (2006), Opus Eyewear (2006), UK Lighting Competition (2006), RSA Design Directions (2005), Popular Science / Core 77 Security Design Competition (2004) and the President's Furniture award (2003). Publications in magazines include those for Dwell, Icon, FX International Design Magazine and national newspapers; as well as being interviewed on BBC Radio Leicester and Power 98FM. Eujin was invited as a judge for the British Promotional Merchandise Association design competition in 2010.
Eujin continues to be active in the design field. He has exhibited at an international level, including the MagicChef concept at the Panasonic Centre in Tokyo, Japan (2003); and the Clamplight at the NEC Lighting Show in Birmingham, UK (2007). More recently in 2018, the Soundsphere project was exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum which is the only museum in the USA devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary product design.