PhD in Technology program

Dr. Jiang Lu


Dr. Susan Gregory

Dr. Jiang Lu
Professor, Program Coordinator - Hotel & Restaurant Management

School of Technology Studies
202B Roosevelt Hall
College of Technology
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

(734)487-0845

jliu@emich.edu


Courses Taught:

  • IED 111 Human Factor / Environment Physiology
  • IDE 120 Interior Design Studio II
  • IDE 219 CADII: Advanced Computer Modeling and Rendering
  • IDE 310 Interior Design Studio V
  • IDE 320 Interior Design Studio VI
  • IDE 323 Internship Preparation
  • IDE 378/478/591 CADIII: Advanced Digital Media
  • IDE 410 Interior Design Studio VII
  • IDE 420 Interior Design Studio VIII
  • IDE 591 Graduate Design Studio
 

Areas of Expertise:

Application of computer visualization in the study of design and environment. Cultural tradition of architecture, dwelling, and architectural ornaments.

 

Short Bio:

Dr. Jiang Lu received Ph.D. and Master of Art from Indiana University, and B. Arch. and M. Arch. from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. She has practiced for 14 years in architecture and interior design firms. Before she joined EMU in 2003, she had 6 years full time and part time teaching experience at Purdue University, Eastern Michigan University, and Tsinghua University in China.

 

Most Important/Recent Publications: (More available upon request)

2010 Xian Dai Hua Dui Wen Hua Zhi Shi Chan Quan De Tiao Zhan, [Challenge of Modernization to the Cultural Intellectual Property].” Challenge and Opportunity of the Modernization. The Eighth Symposium of Modernization Research, China Center for Modernization Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Beijing, China. August 2010. Pp. 74-78.

2010 The Effect of Different Media on Student Learning in Interior Space Design. Celebrating Our Foundations: Teaching, Scholarship, Service, ed. D. Seidler. R. Atlanta: Savannah College of Art and Design. Pp.140-147. Co-author.

2010 Neo-Chinese Architecture Style -A Case Study in Yunnan Province in China. Celebrating Our Foundations: Teaching, Scholarship, Service, ed. D. Seidler. R. Atlanta: Savannah College of Art and Design. Pp.368-373. Co-author.

2009 Interaction Between Vernacular Culture and Classic Culture Through Popular Culture: A Study of Ornamentation in Chinese Traditional buildings. The spirit of Exploration: The Gateway to New Frontiers. Davidson, D. Maryville University, St. Louis, Missouri. 2009. Pp.494-503. Co-author.

2009 The Architectural Setting of Musical and Theatrical Performance. The commons and the Commonwelth. AFS. Louisville, Kentucky. Oct. 2008. Pp.90.

2009 Situational Factors Affecting Media Preference among Interior Design Students. First Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SOTL) Academy, Eastern Michigan University.

2008 Effects of Traditional and Digital Media on Student Learning in Space Design. Making Learning Visible. Ed. Jeffery l. Bernstein, Ypsilanti: Bruce Nelson Faculty Development Center: Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti. Pp.75-90.

2008 The Flourishing of Traditional Yulin Architectural Culture in an Environment of Rapid Economic Development. 2008 Chinese Urban Planning Forum Proceeding. Sishuan Earthquake Edition. Chongqing: Chinese Ethic Architecture Association. pp.141-146.

2007 AutoCAD for Interior Design Using AutoCAD and Architectural Desktop 2007. Prentice Hall Press. Co-author.

2007 The Intellectual Property and Chinese Folk Art. Over the Edge: Pushing the Boundaries of Folklore and Ethnomusicology. ed. Dass, Ronda, Anthony Guest-Scott, Jeryl Krieger, and Adam Zolkover, Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing Ltd. pp.92-105.

2007 Cave Dwelling in Northern Shaanxi- Example of Green Vernacular Architecture. Presiding for Green Vernacular Architecture and Traditional Settlement Renewal. Kunming University and the Natural Conservancy of United States. Kunming: Department of Construction of Yunan Province, China. pp 12-17.

2007 Northwestern Traditional Housing Form Changing and Energy Consumption Increase. Presiding for Green Vernacular Architecture and Traditional Settlement Renewal. Kunming University and the Natural Conservancy of United States. Kunming: Department of Construction of Yunan Province, China. pp 46-53.

2007 Global Cultural Experience through Mediators. Design and Social Justice. ed. Evan, Pamela and John C Turpin. Austin: University of Texas at Austin. pp 48-56.

2007 Approaches to Conservation through Cultural Influence. Translating Scientific Results into Conservation Actions: New roles, Challenges and Solutions for 21st Century Scientists. EarthWatch Institute 2007 Annul Principal Investigator Conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. pp 28-31.

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