Journal

Shin, H.D., Al-Habaibeh, A., Casamayor, J. L., 2017, Using human-powered products for sustainability and health: Benefits, challenges, and opportunities Journal of Cleaner Production, 168, pp.575-583.

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Shin, H.D., Bhamra, T. 2016. Design for sustainable behaviour: a case study of using human-power as an everyday energy source. Journal of Design Research, 14, 280-299.

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Johnson, P., Shin, H.J., & Harmer, L. (2011). Defining and describing human-powered products: exploring diverse applications of future technology. Key Engineering Materials, 486, 187-192.

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Online Article

Al-Habaibeh, A., Shin, H. D.2017, 'Cycling to watch TV? and other clever ways to beat obesity from the comfort of your own home', Conversation UK


Shin, H. D.2015, 'Five ways we can harness the original renewable energy source - human power', Conversation UK


Thesis

Shin, H. D. 2014, Switching the human-power back on: domesticating human-power to practice energy saving behaviour. PhD Thesis, Nottingham Trent University.

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Conference Papers

Shin, H.J. and Johnson, P. (2013). "Defining and designing 'Interaction' in Human-powered products". In: 3rd International Conference on Interaction Design. Xi'an, China, December 4-6. Northwestern Polytechnical University, pp.5-12.

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Shin, H.J., Johnson, P., Harmer, L., (2011) "Can Human powered products reduce energy consumption?", paper presented for Doctoral Colloquium, The 4th IASDR World Conference on Design Research, Delft, Netherland

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Shin, H.J., (2010) "Interactive Human power products: a literature review", Paper presented at Sustainable Design Symposium, 18-27 September, Harbin Institution of Technology, China (supported by Research Council UK)

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