Samantha Chan

Samantha is a PhD student at the Augmented Human Lab (AHLab) in SUTD. She completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Product Development from SUTD, with a specialization in Electrical Engineering. Her research interests include Human Computer Interaction, Assistive and Rehabilitation devices, Robotics, and Design.

Before joining the AHLab, Samantha was an Undergraduate Researcher in Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) and Robotics at the SUTD-MIT International Design Centre. During her exchange at Zhejiang University in 2014, she worked as an Industrial Design Intern at Chemtax and OrientBefit, to develop a compression sportswear prototype that enhances user’s blood circulation and performance during exercise.

In her free-time, she enjoys watching films, listening to music and playing games. She also plays the electric bass guitar, and has done various film-making as well as video-editing projects.