Design Research Colloquium | Sommersemester 2019

The weekly Design Research Colloquium features lectures and presentations by invited personalities from within or beyond the international design research landscape as well as by (post-)doctoral students of the Design Research Lab. In a weekly rhythm, a scientific essay, a book chapter, a concrete project or a concept will be presented in the lecture and subsequently discussed in the group.

The Design Research Colloquium takes place on thursdays from 9:30 – 11.00 Uhr at Einsteinufer 43-53 (Raum 203) (apart from sessions that take place in Room HS 127 in the back part of our building, please watch out!). This semester it will start again on Thursday 18.04.2019

These are the dates:
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18.04.19 Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost
Introduction

25.04.19 Minuette Le
Design for Government –
From Management Fashion to Policy Instrument

02.05.19 Dr. Hagit Keysar (Weizenbaum Institut)
The DIY Testimony: Negotiating the public field of aerial vision

09.05.19 Prof. Dr. Niels Pinkwart (HU Berlin / Weizenbaum Institut)
Designing effective educational Technologies

16.05.19 Prof. Dr. Habakuk Israel
Immersive Sketching and Modelling – Where do we stand?

23.05.19 Tim Seitz
Promises of Universal Problem Solving –
Sociological Takes of the Innovation Method that must not be named.

06.06.19 Dr. Sabine Hielscher (ZtG / TUB)
Repara/kul/tur – Makerspaces, Eco-Villages and Citizen Science

13.06.19 Dr. Pat Treusch
Knitting together/Living together –
Recoding Human-Robot Relations

20.06.19 Dr. Valentin Janda
Ungreifbare digitale Technik bei der Arbeit

27.06.19 Judith Dobler
Drawing in the Laboratory. Interferences between Design, Science, and Technology.

04.07.19 Paola Pierri (Weizenbaum Institut)
Design for Activism in the Digital Ecosystems: Stigma, Access and Inequalities
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Das Design Research Kolloquium wird im Wechsel von Doktorandinnen, Doktoranden und Postdocs des Design Research Labs sowie von eingeladenen Persönlichkeiten dies- und jenseits der internationalen Designforschungslandschaft gestaltet. Im wöchentlichen Turnus wird je ein wissenschaftlicher Aufsatz, ein Buchkapitel, ein konkretes Projekt oder ein Begriff im Vortrag erörtert und anschließend in der Gruppe diskutiert.