Yan Tina Luximon

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Yan Tina Luximon


Research Area
Ergonomics in design, anthropometry and its application in design, 3D digital human modeling and CAD, design tool, head and face related products, human computer interaction, cultural difference

Dr. Yan Luximon (Tina) obtained her Ph.D. in Ergonomics from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Afterwards, she has worked on several research projects in universities and has acted as a consultant for companies. She joined the ergonomics design group in the School of Design at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University as a postdoctoral fellow and she is currently an Associate Professor, BA (Product Design) Deputy Discipline Leader and Asian Ergonomics Design Lab Leader in the School. She is also the General Secretary and council member of the Hong Kong Ergonomics Society. She has been active in design research and teaching. She has published several book chapters, patents, international conference papers and peer‐reviewed journal papers. 

Selected publications:

  • Luximon Y. and Goonetilleke R.S. (2012). Time use behavior in single and time-sharing tasks. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 70: 332-345.
  • Luximon Y., Ball R.M. and Justice L. (2012). The 3D Chinese head and face modeling, Computer-Aided Design, 44 (1): 40-47.
  • Luximon Y., Luximon A., Yu J. and Zhang M. (2011). Biomechanical Evaluation of Heel Elevation on Load Transfer - Experimental Measurement and Finite Element Analysis. Acta Mechanica Sinica, 28 (1): 232-240.
  • Luximon Y., Ball R. and Justice L. (2010). The Chinese face: A 3D anthropometric analysis, Proceeding of the TMCE2010, Edited by I. Horváth, F. Mandorli and Z. Rusák, April 12-16 2010, Ancona, Italy.
  • Ball R., Shu C., Xi P., Rioux M., Luximon Y. and Molenbroek J. (2010). A comparison between Chinese and Caucasian head shapes, Applied ergonomics, 41 (6): 832-839.
  • Goonetilleke R.S. and Luximon Y. (2009). The relationship between monochronicity, polychronicity and individual characteristics, Behaviour & Information Technology, 29 (2): 187-198.