I am a Research Assistant at DMEM, currently employed as a part of the BAE System Strategic Partnership. I joined the University of Strathclyde in 2012, after completing a master's degree here. My first degree is in Mechanical Engineering, obtained at University of Belgrade.
My research focuses on different aspects of systems engineering in the context of complex systems engineering design.
I am interested in CAED supported engineering design, specifically CAD systems encompassing different design stages, from conceptual design to manufacturing, their integration in the lifecycle of a product and the effect they have on the final design. Currently, I am exploring systems engineering in the context of engineering design, particularly information exchange, tools supporting it, and ways to use them to best serve a complex system engineering design project.
- Natural and intuitive gesture interaction for 3D object manipulation in conceptual design
- Insights into design concept similarity judgements
- An exploration of design synthesis
- Digital Manufacturing workshop
- EPSRC Institutional Sponsorship - Smart Products Workshop 3
- EPSRC Institutional Sponsorship - Smart Products Workshop 2
more professional activities
- Route to Impact - Natural gestures VR/AR CAD interaction system
- Vuletic, Tijana (Principal Investigator) Grant, David (Co-investigator) Welsh, Ryan (Researcher)
- Development of a proof of concept of VR/AR CAD interaction system using natural and intuitive gestures, detected by infrared sensors. When using current mainstream Computer Aided Design (CAD) systems designers are required to accommodate an understanding of the capabilities of the CAD system rather than focusing their effort on the design concept. At DMEM we have developed a language of free form gestures creating the most natural and intuitive gestures for design, allowing designers to focus on the design idea, rather than the CAD interface commands. The gesture design language aims to enable intuitive and natural interaction with VR/AR system, using visual recognition rather than wearables or mouse and keyboard.
- 01-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2019
Design, Manufacturing and Engineering Management
James Weir Building
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