Mr Wilson Wong
Wilson graduated from the University of Auckland in 2017 and obtained a Mechatronics Engineering and Commerce degree (Accounting and Finance). While he studied, he worked with companies that developed innovative commercial devices and home appliances.
In late 2017, he joined the Design and Development Research Group led by Dr David Wynn. His current research focuses on changes in platform architecture over successive generations of product variants in a product family. As part of his research, he aims to develop a model which will allow companies to evaluate these platform changes from multiple design perspectives.
Research | Current
Current research: Supporting variant architecture design for existing product families.
Main Supervisor: Dr David C. Wynn
Co-supervisor: Dr. Sharlene Biswas
Field of Interests:
- Product families
- Product architecture
- Product integration
- Platform design
- Incremental design
Teaching | Current
Graduate teaching assisstant:
- MECHENG235 - Design and Manufacture I
- ENGGEN115 - Principles of Engineering Design
- MECHENG236 - Design and Manufacture II
Member of Design and Development Research Team
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Wong, F. S., & Wynn, D. C. (2019). A new method to assess platform changes over successive generations of product variants from multiple design perspectives. Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED. 10.1017/dsi.2019.300
Other University of Auckland co-authors: David Wynn