Chloe Xingyu Tao

chloe xingyu tao

Dr Chloe Xingyu Tao

Lecturer

Biography

Xingyu Tao is a lecturer at Edinburgh Napier University. She has Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Arts degrees specialising in Industrial and Product Design. Her current research explores the potential uses of ocean plastic in the experiential industry. She employs multiple methods to recycle the material including compressing, laser-cutting and 3D printing. Combining the polymer lab-based experiments and design background, she defines her project as transdisciplinary research.

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3D Printing Ocean Plastic – Experiments, Experience and Engagement

Presentation / Conference
Tao, C. X., & Vettese, S. (2022, November)
3D Printing Ocean Plastic – Experiments, Experience and Engagement. Presented at 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing, Paris, France
Background : One severe and urgent environmental problem facing this planet is ocean plastic pollution. As a material with excellent properties recyclability, ocean plastics h...

Exploring the potential of ocean plastic - 3D printing

Presentation / Conference
Tao, X. (2021, October)
Exploring the potential of ocean plastic - 3D printing. Presented at International Conference on Sustainable Technology and Development, Shenzhen, China
One of the biggest environmental problems facing this planet today is plastic pollution in the marine environment. This research explored the possibilities of 3D printing ocea...

Exploring the potential uses of ocean plastic and public engagement activities for raising awareness

Presentation / Conference
Tao, X. (2021, June)
Exploring the potential uses of ocean plastic and public engagement activities for raising awareness. Poster presented at Cumulus Roma 2021: Design Culture(s), Rome, Italy
Ocean plastic started to attract attention from many levels of society. Scholars have done geographical and quantitative research, but the research on the exploration of eithe...

Utilising Ocean plastic Towards Bespoke Souvenirs Through Digital Techniques

Presentation / Conference
Tao, X. (2021, March)
Utilising Ocean plastic Towards Bespoke Souvenirs Through Digital Techniques. Poster presented at Global Research & Innovation in Plastics Sustainability (GRIPS), Online
One of the most significant environmental problems facing this planet today is plastic pollution in the marine environment. It is widely agreed that human and human activities...

Exploring the Potential Uses of Ocean Plastic and Public Engagement Activities for Raising Awareness

Conference Proceeding
Tao, X. (2020)
Exploring the Potential Uses of Ocean Plastic and Public Engagement Activities for Raising Awareness. In Advances in Industrial Design: Proceedings of the AHFE 2020 Virtual Conferences on Design for Inclusion, Affective and Pleasurable Design, Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design, Kansei Engineering, and Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering, July 16–20, 2020, USA (418-425). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-51194-4_55
This research explored the qualities and properties of ocean plastic as an accessible material in design and examined public perception by conducting public engagement activit...