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Irish Design Research Conference 2015 : Faultlines: Bridging Knowedge Spaces

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Link: https://faultlinesconference.wordpress.com/
 
When Jun 4, 2015 - Jun 5, 2015
Where Institute of Technology Carlow
Submission Deadline Mar 20, 2015
Notification Due Apr 20, 2015
Final Version Due Apr 30, 2015
Categories    design   research   social   industry
 

Call For Papers

The inaugural Irish Design Research Conference is an exciting new event on the design landscape, supported by ID2015 Year of Irish Design. In recognition of the breath & depth across the design disciplinary bandwidth in both research & practice, FAULTLINES-Bridging Knowledge Spaces has been adopted as the 2015 conference theme.

Through interaction and collaboration across disciplines, gaps in knowledge and practice will offer new opportunity, to inform future theory & practice for mutual benefit.


Aim:

The Irish Design Research Conference seeks to draw stakeholders from across the design related community together into a common dialogue.

The aim is to offer a forum to disseminate the most current knowledge, share ongoing practice-led insight, and discuss emergent issues relevant to those working in the field of design, design thinking & practice.

Purpose:

This biennial event seeks to bring participants from the design community together, and it is envisioned that new insight & opportunity for collaboration will emerge.

This will identify further research, understanding & engagement, which build on current thinking, to inform development in theory, design thinking & practice.

Format:

The conference structure will aim to facilitate flexible participation from academia, design industry & agency, from across the design disciplinary bandwidth:

Oral/Visual Panel Presentation (research, practice, case study etc. – 15mins)
Workshop/Demonstration (method, process etc. – 40min)
Poster (visual representation/narrative)

Strands:

POLICY (research & regulation that informs strategy which drives decision making)
SOCIETY (research or intervention which enhance social development & community)
INDUSTRY (research, practice or thinking with impact in job creation)

Target Delegate Participants:

Calls are invited from:

design academics
design researchers
design professionals
associated design industry partners
agencies engaged in supporting & promoting design

Submission :

Participation at the Inaugural Irish Design Research Conference is simple. The call requires the submission of a short ‘300 word Abstract’ on the downloadable Conference ‘Abstract Submission Form’ and possible attachment of images or associated materials if appropriate.

Review Process:

Each submission will be evaluated by a Peer Review Panel and feedback provided before 17th April 2015 to advise suitability and/or engagement.

Publication:

All accepted submitted abstracts for conference will be published in a ‘Book of Abstracts’ available the week prior to the conference.

Abstracts will be also be considered for full paper submission to ITERATIONS®, Ireland’s first Design Research Practice Review, which will be launched at the Conference.

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