Sheng-Hung Lee, IDSA
MIT Office of Sustainability Fellow, MIT AgeLab Designer
Sheng-Hung Lee is an MIT AgeLab researcher, MIT xPRO course experience designer, MIT Office of Sustainability fellow, and Vice Chair of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) Boston Chapter. He is inspired by multiple domains of knowledge and different perspectives, and he thrives on creating new value for clients on multi-disciplinary teams. He is trained as an industrial designer and electrical engineer, and his approach to problem solving is influenced by his passion for how design and technology impact and can be integrated into society. Lee has been focusing on organizational designs that create a systemic impact. He has been invited to be a jury member for multiple international design competitions including IDEA, Spark Design Awards, and IDA.
Carbon Neutrality in Makerspaces: Circular Makerspace Evaluation Toolkit (CMET)
Wed - Sept. 22
6:00 pm EDT
In this workshop, Sheng-Hung Lee will present the concept of circular makerspaces, using Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)’s campus to demonstrate carbon neutrality in makerspaces and introduce the Circular Makerspace Evaluation Toolkit (CMET) to show its process and value—from inspiration to ideation to implementation. During the workshop, Sheng-Hung will provide a series of selected makerspace/lab scenarios on campus, as well as case studies with identified design challenges, for participants to experience, discuss, and learn by using CMET.
Sheng-Hung is also co-presenting the workshop “Reimagining Remote Co-creation During COVID” with Ziyuan Zhu, IDSA.