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1 Peter J. Wolf Lecturer, Arizona State University PO Box Tempe, Arizona Education M.S. (Industrial) Design, Arizona State University, B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Cum Laude Graduate, University of Detroit, Academic Positions present LECTURER present RESEARCH ASSOCIATE Ira P. Fulton School of Engineering FACULTY ASSOCIATE RESEARCH ASSOCIATE School of Planning RESEARCH CONSULTANT Teach Qualitative Research in Design graduate course. Prepare lectures, exercises, projects, and assessment tools, using both traditional means as well as new online course tools. Teach History of Twentieth Century Design I and II courses. Prepare lectures, projects, and assessment tools, using both traditional means as well as new online course tools. Teach Graphic Design History I and II courses. Prepare lectures, projects, and assessment tools, using both traditional means as well as new online course tools. Write and seek publication of articles related to the collaborative design and development of the Robotic Tendon gait-assist robot as a stroke rehabilitation device. Teach Qualitative Research in Design graduate course. Prepare lectures, exercises, projects, and assessment tools, using both traditional means as well as new online course tools. Teach History of Twentieth Century Design I and II courses. Prepare lectures, projects, and assessment tools, using both traditional means as well as new online course tools. Research state-of-the-art driving simulator technology for Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Assess the effectiveness of ADOT training for snowplow operators (using literature searches, driver interviews, focus groups, ride-along observations, etc.) in light of user needs, and make recommendations for future programs. Lead researcher and writer for a Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer grant through the National Institutes of Health. Proposal for an innovative arm-lifting device to be used by persons with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy TEACHING ASSISTANT Assisted with the preparation of course materials, grading of student work, and management of course website for History of Twentieth Century Design I and II courses. 1 of 7

2 RESEARCH ASSISTANT Human Factors Research Laboratory Conducted and coordinated research related to a proposal for an improved wheelchair securement system for public transit buses. Research included extensive literature review as well as ethnographic fieldwork. Project culminated in the writing and submission of a Phase II Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Grant through the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Professional Positions DESIGN RESEARCH CONSULTANT Concept Designworx Mesa, AZ DESIGN RESEARCH CONSULTANT X Product Development Scottsdale, AZ BRAKE SYSTEM ENGINEER Toyota Technical Center Wittmann, AZ BRAKE SYSTEMS DEV T ENGINEER Kelsey-Hayes Worldwide ABS & Controls Group Livonia, MI TEST ENGINEER Federal-Mogul Corporation Powertrain Products Operations Ann Arbor, MI Developed and conducted Qualitative Research Methods workshop for an audience of the client corporation s directors. Developed and conducted Qualitative Research Methods training program for staff designers and engineers. Advised on all aspects of a major design research project, including ethnographic fieldwork (observations and interviews), data analysis, and compilation of final report and presentation. Coordinated and conducted prototype and competitor vehicle benchmarking, requiring extensive instrumentation, test driving, data analysis, and complete reporting. Acted as liaison to Toyota Motor Company (TMC), sharing information regarding brake system issues, testing practices, and customer issues specific to North American market. Conducted Brake Feel benchmarking investigation of competitor vehicles for Ford Light Truck group. Evaluated a range of prototype and competitor vehicles, requiring extensive instrumentation, test-driving, data analysis, and documentation. Developed and implemented component testing programs (dynamometer and benchtop) for competitor and prototype bearing alloys. Coordinated engine dynamometer tests and implemented a PCcontrolled data acquisition system for dynamometer testing. Honors + Awards Recipient of publishing grant for Unintended Consequences exhibit and catalog,, Arizona State University (06.06) Third Place winner Design Excellence Awards (03.04) Recipient of Graduate and Professional Student Association thesis research grant (09.03) Recipient of Graduate and Professional Student Association scholarship (07.03) Recipient of the Earl and Ellen Davis Scholarship for academic achievement (05.03) 2 of 7

3 Teaching Spring.06 Spring.07 (Enrollment: students) Spring.07 (Enrollment: 105 students) Spring.05 Spring.07 (Enrollment: 8-21 students) Fall.04 Fall.06 (Enrollment: students) Fall.06 (Enrollment: 22 students) Fall.06 (Enrollment: 270 students) IND317: 20th Century Design II Teach and continue to develop projects for a course that covers a range of important product designers, design schools, and design movements from the second half of the twentieth century. GRA112: Graphic Design History II Developed a new syllabus and projects for a course that covers the evolution of visual communication design (including a number of designers, design schools, and art/design movements) from the early 1900s into the twenty-first century. DSC501: Qualitative Research for Design Teach and continue to develop projects for a course that introduces graduate students to the qualitative methods involved in developing human-centered design solutions. IND316: 20th Century Design I Teach and continue to develop projects for a course that covers a range of important product designers, design schools, and design movements from 1850 to IND120: Design Drawing Taught a freshman-level course based upon a syllabus developed jointly by Industrial Design faculty. GRA111: Graphic Design History I Developed a new syllabus and projects for a course that covers the evolution of visual communication design (including a number of designers, design schools, and art/design movements) into the early 1900s. Student Thesis Committee Member Graduate (MSD) Janene Wong Tejas Dhadphale Gagan Riar Christopher Grasso Undergraduate (Honors) Oren Shauble Publications Peer Reviewed It Takes Two to Tango: Designers and engineers team up to develop an innovative stroke rehabilitation device. Industrial Designers Society of America 2007 Educators Conference. Coauthored with Dosun Shin, Donald Herring, and Thomas Sugar. (submitted for publication) Wheelchair Tiedown and Occupant Restraint Systems in the Real World and the Virtual World: Ethnography Meets Computer Simulation. Assistive Technology Journal. Co-authored with Linda 3 of 7

4 van Roosmalen, PhD and Gina E. Bertocci, PhD. (submitted for publication) Snowplow Simulator Training Evaluation. Arizona Department of Transportation, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration. Co-authored with Mary Kihl, PhD, Donald Herring, Stephanie McVey, and Vamshee Kovuru. (11.06) Better Designs, Better Outcomes: The Role of Product Designers in Assistive Technology Research, Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America (RESNA) Annual Conference (06.06) Re-Energizing Product Development: InnovationSpace at Arizona State University Design Management Review (Spring.05) Back to the Future: Recycling the Past Through Retro-Design Industrial Designers Society of America National Education (IDSA) National Educators Conference (08.04) A Fare to Remember: Design Research Findings Related to Wheelchair Securement on Large Transit Buses Industrial Designers Society of America National Education Conference (06.03) Publications Others The Role of Ethnographic Research in Designing a User-Friendly Wheelchair Tiedown and Occupant Restraint System Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America (RESNA) Annual Conference (06.03) Blinded Me with Science Desert Living (03.07) Source Book Desert Living (03.07) Idea Machines Desert Living (03.07) Pain the Town Desert Living (03.07) What s In Store Desert Living (01.07) Clear Intentions clear (Winter 06/07) A Fare to Remember, Unintended Consequences,, Arizona State University (09.06) Pack Rats of the Rat Pack Desert Living (09.06) Kitsching for a Compliment Desert Living (09.06) Sniffing Out a Solution Desert Living (09.06) Foster Good Design Desert Living (09.06) Ace of Acrylic: Charles Hollis Jones Modernism (Summer.06) Read (monthly column) Desert Living (03.06 present) From Junk to Funk Desert Living (04.06) The New Family Value Desert Living (04.06) Kings of Modernism Desert Living (03.06) Jonesing for Acrylic Desert Living (04.05) 4 of 7

5 Hooked on a Feelie Modernism (Spring.05) Jens Risom s Scandinavian Style Modernism (Winter.03) Grants Snowplow Simulator Training Evaluation (2006/07); Mary Kihl (ASU School of Planning), Principal Investigator Sponsor: Arizona Department of Transportation Amount: $50,000 Role: Lead writer for proposal This grant is an extension of the original two-year project. In this phase of the project, researchers will focus on ADOT fuel consumption and how this might be improved via simulator training for ADOT operators. Clear Intentions (09.06) Sponsor: Furthermore Organization Amount: $15,000 Role: Lead researcher/writer Status: Not funded Publication grant for the research and writing of Clear Intentions, a biography of acrylic furniture pioneer Charles Hollis Jones. A Fare to Remember (06.06) Sponsor: Herberger Center for Design Research, ASU College of Design Amount: $2,700 Role: Lead researcher/writer Publication grant for the research and writing of A Fare to Remember, which was included in the exhibit Unintended Consequences (a collection of case studies demonstrating how policies and regulations intended to be beneficial sometimes have unexpected downsides). Development of a Pneumatic Arm-Living Device (2005); Donald E. Herring, Principal Investigator Sponsor: National Institutes of Health (STTR Phase I) Amount: $100,000 Role: Lead writer for proposal, as well as researcher Status: Not funded The prototype Pneumatic Arm-Lifting device was developed by graduate student, along with Clinical Associate Professor Donald Herring. It is an assistive device to improve the quality of life for people with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy (and other debilitating diseases). Catalyst Grant: Development of a Pneumatic Arm-Living Device (2005) Sponsor: Herberger Center for Design Excellence, ASU College of Design Amount: $2,000 Role: Lead writer for proposal This grant funded the research and writing of the STTR Phase I grant proposal to the NIH (see above). 5 of 7

6 Snowplow Simulator Training Evaluation (2004); Mary Kihl (ASU School of Planning), Principal Investigator Sponsor: Arizona Department of Transportation Amount: $100,000 Role: Research Associate This research involved the application of both qualitative and quantitative methods to evaluate the effectiveness of driving simulators purchased by ADOT. The project was extended into a third year (see above), although I resigned my position as Faculty Research Associate. An Ergo-Redesign of Bus Wheelchair Tie-down/Restraints (2002); Vaughn P. Adams (BTI Consulting) and Donald E. Herring (ASU), Co-Principal Investigators Sponsor: National Institutes of Health (SBIR Phase II) Amount: $750,000 Role: Lead writer for proposal, as well as researcher Status: Not funded This project aimed to develop, prototype, and pursue commercial application of the design concepts generated during Phase I (see below). An Ergo-Redesign of Bus Wheelchair Tie-down/Restraints (2002); Vaughn P. Adams (BTI Consulting), Principal Investigator Sponsor: National Institutes of Health (SBIR Phase I, ASU Human Factors Research Laboratory, subcontractor) Amount: $100,000 Role: Research Assistant For this project, we applied ethnographic research methods to investigate the real-world use of wheelchair tie-downs on large transit buses. Our research led to several innovative design concepts, and the submission of an SBIR Phase II grant proposal to the NIH (see above). Service External Wrote and arranged for publication of a short article ( Idea Machines, in Desert Living) about the work of local industrial design firms as pro bono work for the local chapter of the Industrial Designers Society of America (03.07) Presented Introduction to Design Research lecture as pro bono work for the local chapter of the Society of Management Professional Services (01.07) Served as correspondent to the Western District Conference of the Industrial Designers Society of America for the popular core77.com weblog (04.06) Presented Past, Present, and Future lecture about mid-century modern furniture as pro bono work for the ModernPhoenix.net annual symposium (03.06) Service Internal Coordinated guest speaker (award-winning furniture designer Charles Hollis Jones) for IND317 students (02.06 and 03.07) 6 of 7

7 Next Big Thing article for ASU Insight (01.06), a profile of ID alumna Rebecca Finell and her Tempe-based start-up, Boon. Wrote a profile of the late Associate Professor Paul Rothstein for an ASU Insight series about recipients of the President s Professor awards. 7 of 7

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