Assistant Professor Christine De Lille

PhD, MSc

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering,
Product Innovation Management
Delft University of Technology
Research Expertise
Service Design, Co-design, User-centered Design, Design Skills
Christine De Lille is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at Delft University of Technology. She investigates “Designing User-Centered Organizations” with a focus on the practice of small to medium-sized enterprises (such as Difrax, Bammens and Alrec Displays supported by organizations such as the Dutch Chamber of Commerce and Flanders InShape) as well as the aviation industry (for companies such as KLM, Schiphol Airport, Zodiac Aerospace). Main areas of her work include service design and user-centered design, and how they impact organizations. Christine is involved in the Creative Industry Scientific Programme funded by the Dutch government on creating a body of knowledge on Product Service Systems (PSS). Christine is editor of the CRISP magazine, member of the Design Research Society, co-founder of its Design Management SIG and organizer of various conferences. Christine De Lille lectures primarily in the Master Strategic Product Design at her faculty in Delft, but is a frequent guest speaker to other universities and schools as well as various networks in practice such as the Dutch Design Management Network. One of her classes was awarded the Crystal Cabin Award in 2014, a prestigious award within the aviation industry.
Industry Experience
  • Zodiac Aerospace
  • KLM
  • Ahold
  • Zilver Innovation
  • Flanders InShape
  • Difrax
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Muzus
  • Utrecht University of Applied Sciences