Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 20/May/2024
9:15am
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12:30pm
D111: WORKSHOP 1 - IS EMPATHY A FOUNDATION FOR SHARED SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITHIN COLLABORATIVE DESIGN?
Location: Congress Hall Poseidon
Chair: Amy Grech, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Chair: Ross Brisco, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Chair: Dorothy Evans, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Chair: Robert Ian Whitfield, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Hosted by The Design Society COLLABORATIVE DESIGN SIG

D112: WORKSHOP 2 - IDENTIFYING HOT AND EMERGING TOPICS IN ENGINEERING DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Kilian Gericke, University of Rostock, Germany
Chair: Ola Isaksson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Hosted by The Design Society DESIGN PROCESS SIG and DESIGN PRACTICE SIG

D113: WORKSHOP 3 - MULTI-USER CENTRIC CO-CREATION
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Shakuntala Acharya, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
Chair: Akane Matsumae, Kyushu University, Japan

Hosted by The Design Society DESIGN CREATIVITY SIG

D114: WORKSHOP 4 - NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN HEALTH SYSTEMS DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Anja Maier, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Chair: P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Chair: Maaike S. Kleinsmann, TU Delft, Netherlands, The

Hosted by The Design Society HEALTH SYSTEMS DESIGN SIG

D115: WORKSHOP 5 - HOW TO USE PROTOTYPES IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT?
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Kristin Paetzold-Byhain, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Chair: James Gopsill, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Hosted by The Design Society HUMAN BEHAVIOUR IN DESIGN SIG

12:30pm
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2:00pm
D1-L: LUNCH
Location: Restaurant Cavtat
2:00pm
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5:15pm
D131: PHD FORUM
Location: Congress Hall Poseidon
Chair: Massimo Panarotto, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Chair: Philip Cash, Northumbria University, United Kingdom

Hosted by The Design Society 

D132: WORKSHOP 6 - THE CHALLENGES OF ASSESSMENT IN PROJECT-BASED DESIGN EDUCATION
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Elies Ann Dekoninck, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Chair: Francesca Mattioli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Chair: Gordon Krauss, Harvey Mudd College, United States of America
Chair: Ross Brisco, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Chair: Erik Bohemia, Shandong University of Art & Design, China, People's Republic of

Hosted by The Design Society DESIGN EDUCATION SIG

D133: WORKSHOP 7 - NATURE AS AN INNOVATIVE CATALYST AND MODEL IN DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Tino Stanković, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Chair: Serena Graziosi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Hosted by The Design Society DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING SIG

D134: WORKSHOP 8 - HUMAN DESIGNERS, SOFTWARE DEFINED VEHICLES AND AI AGENTS
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Kostas Stylidis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Chair: Bastian Quattelbaum, Hochschule Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Hosted by The Design Society DATA-INFORMED DESIGN SIG

D135: WORKSHOP 9 - SUSTAINABLE DESIGN: A CROSS-CONTINENTAL PERSPECTIVE
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Sophie I. Hallstedt, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Chair: Els Du Bois, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Chair: Panos Y. Papalambros, University of Michigan, United States of America
Chair: Bernard Shibwabo Kasamani, Strathmore University, Kenya
Chair: Yakhoub Ndiaye, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore

Hosted by The Design Society SUSTAINABLE DESIGN SIG and AFRICA-DESIGN INITIATIVE

5:30pm
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6:00pm
D1-O: OPENING
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Mario Štorga, University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia
  • A WORD BEFORE
    Mario Štorga – DESIGN 2024 Conference Chair (University of Zagreb FSB)
  • UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB FSB WELCOME ADDRESS
    Zdenko Tonković – Dean (University of Zagreb FSB)
  • THE DESIGN SOCIETY WELCOME ADDRESS
    Gaetano Cascini – President of the Design Society (Politecnico di Milano)
6:00pm
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6:45pm
D1-P: PLENARY SESSION (Dr. Daniela C. A. Pigosso)
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Julie Stal-Le Cardinal, CentraleSupélec, France

TOWARDS THE PREVENTION OF REBOUND EFFECTS BY DESIGN

Dr. Daniela C. A. Pigosso

Associate Professor, Technical University of Denmark, Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Centre for Absolute Sustainability

7:00pm
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8:00pm
D1-CC: WELCOME COCKTAIL
Date: Tuesday, 21/May/2024
8:15am
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10:15am
D211: MODELS AND STRATEGIES FOR CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Tim C. McAloone, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
 

Operationalizing leverage points in business model design for sustainable systems change

Cadence Hsien1,2, Steve Evans1

1: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, Agency for Science, Technology & Research, Singapore



Understanding a SPSS-aided packaging-free shopping practice

Ruihua Chen1, Xueqing Miao2

1: Beijing Shangyi Heart Technology Co. Ltd., China; 2: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands



Circular products: the balance between sustainability and excessive margins in design

Arindam Brahma1, Sophie I. Hallstedt1, David C. Wynn2, Ola Isaksson1

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: University of Auckland, New Zealand



Modelling an ecosystem of business models in a circular value chain: the circular business ecosystem model canvas

Avyay Jamadagni1, Marco Aurisicchio1, Lars Nybom2

1: Imperial College London, United Kingdom; 2: Ragn-Sells Group, Sweden



Design and collaboration strategies for circular economy implementation across the value chain

Giovana M. Gomes, Daniela C. A. Pigosso, Tim C. McAloone

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Product-service systems in large automotive OEMs: characterising the decision-making process when developing and introducing vehicle sharing/pooling schemes

Lucia C. Burtnik Urueta, Elies Dekoninck

University of Bath, United Kingdom

D212: INNOVATIONS IN DESIGN PROTOTYPING AND REVERSE ENGINEERING
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Kristin Paetzold-Byhain, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
 

Perception-centric design considerations for low-cost haptic emulation in prototypes

Mike Miroslav Wharton, Christopher Michael Jason Cox, James Gopsill, Aman Kukreja, Chris Snider

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



New methodology for the characterization of 3D model reconstructions to meet conditions of input data and requirements of downstream applications

Robert Joost, Stephan Mönchinger, Kai Lindow

Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology IPK, Germany



An approach for reverse engineering and redesign of additive manufactured spare parts

Marija Rešetar1, Filip Valjak1,2, Marina Grabar Branilović3, Mario Šercer3, Nenad Bojčetić1

1: University of Zagreb Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Croatia; 2: University of Zagreb Faculty of Architecture, School of Design, Croatia; 3: Metal Centre Čakovec, Croatia



What can we learn from outstanding designers? The relationship between design expertise and prototyping

Birgit Jobst1, Katja Thoring2, Petra Badke-Schaub1

1: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: Technical University of Munich, Germany



A novel heuristic approach to detect induced forming defects using point cloud scans

Muhammad Shahrukh Saeed1,2, Sheharyar Faisal3, Boris Eisenbart1, Matthias Kreimeyer2, Muhammad Hamas Khan4, Muhammad Zeeshan Arshad4, Racim Radjef1, Markus Wagner2, Eiman Nadeem3

1: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; 2: University of Stuttgart, Germany; 3: National University of Science and Technology, Pakistan; 4: Technical University of Munich, Germany



Criticality-based planning of prototype sequences

Stefan Zorn, Tobias Glaser, Kilian Gericke

University of Rostock, Germany

D213: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MODELLING AND ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES I
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Felician Campean, University of Bradford, United Kingdom
 

Product changes from various viewpoints along the product lifecycle – an empirical study

Julia Beibl, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Automatic derivation of use case diagrams from interrelated natural language requirements

Simon Schleifer1, Adriana Lungu2, Benjamin Kruse2, Sebastiaan van Putten2, Stefan Goetz1, Sandro Wartzack1

1: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: AUDI AG, Germany



Merging agent-based simulation and vehicle dynamics: a hybrid approach for value exploration in the mining industry

Carl Nils Konrad Toller Melén, Raj Jiten Machchhar, Alessandro Bertoni

Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden



Using product profiles for retrospective case studies in SGE – system generation engineering

Felix Pfaff, Michael Schlegel, Thomas Alexander Völk, Karl Thomas Reinheckel, Albert Albers

IPEK - Institute of Product Engineering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Supporting modular product family representations by methodically utilising meta-models

Markus Christian Berschik, Fabian Niklas Laukotka, Marc Züfle, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Investigation of advantages of models and the modelling process by introducing a model evaluation concept

Thomas Schumacher, David Inkermann

Technische Universität Clausthal, Germany

D214: INTEGRATING DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY IN INDUSTRY 4.0
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Martin Steinert, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
 

Investigating low data consistency in work planning processes – causes, measures, and opportunities

Valesko Dausch1, Christopher Langner1, Daniel Roth1, Matthias Kreimeyer1, Matthias R. Guertler2

1: University of Stuttgart, Germany; 2: University of Technology Sydney, Australia



The relation between service and digital transition: implications for designers

Teresa Monti1, Samuele Colombo1, Francesca Montagna1, Gaetano Cascini2

1: Politecnico di Torino, Italy; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Prototyping industry 4.0: enhancing efficiency and productivity in small enterprises through iteration and low-cost solutions

Håkon Havsgård, Daniel Nygård Ege, Martin Steinert

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Exploring space manufacturing: designing a lunar factory for space-bound products in the new space economy

Eva De Francesco, Anna Ettorre, Federica Acerbi, Brendan P. Sullivan

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



The Karakuri IoT toolkit: a collaborative solution for ideating and prototyping IoT opportunities

Álvaro Aranda-Muñoz1,2, Yuji Yamamoto1, Kristian Sandström1

1: Mälardalen University, Sweden; 2: RISE, Sweden



On-site analysis of work-related stress to design workers-friendly manufacturing systems

Graziana Blandino, Samuele Colombo, Francesca Montagna

Politecnico di Torino, Italy

D215: HUMAN-CENTRIC APPROACHES IN DESIGN RESEARCH
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Charlie Ranscombe, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
 

Human- and design-centric source: comparison using requirements checklist

Gouri Naik, V. Srinivasan

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India



Shame cues: detecting shame in disguise and playing with new perspectives to inform the design process

June Kyong Trondsen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Introducing a framework to translate user scenarios into engineering specifications with “action steps”

Ulugbek Vahobjon Ugli Ismatullaev, KwanMyung Kim

Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea



A proposed framework for data-driven human factors evaluation

Isabelle Ormerod, Henrikke Dybvik, Mike Fraser, Chris Snider

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Human interaction with the physical world: a brief review of studies on affordances

Khyati Priya, Jayesh Pillai, Avinash Shende

IDC School of Design, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India



Narrative drives design decision-making

Scott Ferguson1, Lisa Retzlaff1, Kris Bryden2, Kenneth Mark Bryden2

1: North Carolina State University, United States of America; 2: Iowa State University, United States of America

D216: INNOVATIVE DESIGN APPROACHES IN HEALTHCARE
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
 

Toward a design methodology for configuring assistive wearables

David W. Rosen1, Christina Youngmi Choi2, Anoop Kumar Sinha1

1: A*STAR, Singapore; 2: Royal College of Art, United Kingdom



Designing remote patient and family centred interventions: an exploratory approach

Julian Houwen1,2, Ragini S. Karki2, Veronica R. Janssen1, Valeria Pannunzio2,3, Douwe E. Atsma1,2, Maaike S. Kleinsmann1,2

1: Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands; 2: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 3: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Considerations in the testing of a minimum viable product in healthcare

Komal Shah, Manish Arora

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India



Bridging the gap: a multidisciplinary approach to integrated care solutions for the aging population

Max John Bateson, Yonghun Lim

Bournemouth University, United Kingdom



StudyWell: a co-design project for enhancing student mental health and wellbeing through service design and relational welfare

Brita Fladvad Nielsen, Nina Petersen Reed, Ottar Ness, Mari Bjerck, Arnfrid Farbu Pinto, Ipar Memet, Katie Aurora Lineer

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Evaluating a web-based guide for designing digital patient experiences: preliminary results of a user test with design students

Tingting Wang1,2, Yun Wang1, P. John Clarkson1,2, Judith Rietjens1,3, Marijke Melles1

1: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 3: Erasmus University Medical Center, The Netherlands

10:15am
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10:45am
D2-B1: REFRESHMENT BREAK
10:45am
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12:30pm
D221: SUSTAINABILITY AND SUFFICIENCY IN SYSTEMS DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Flore Vallet, CentraleSupélec, France
 

Towards a unified absolute environmental sustainability decoupling indicator

Manon Villers1,2, Daniela C. A. Pigosso1,2, Thomas J. Howard3, Tim C. McAloone1,2

1: Technical University of Denmark, DTU Construct, Denmark; 2: Technical University of Denmark, Centre for Absolute Sustainability, Denmark; 3: Technical University of Denmark, Centre for Technology Entrepreneurship, Denmark



Interdisciplinary Transition Innovation, Management, and Engineering (InTIME) Design: an intersection analysis of design approaches for whole-system sustainability

Florian Ahrens1, Susan Krumdieck1, Daniel Kenning2

1: Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom; 2: Splendid Engineering, United Kingdom



Developing readiness levels for risk assessment in green transition engineering projects

Andy Mattulat Filipovic1,2, Torgeir Welo1, Josef Oehmen2

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Uncovering rebound effects of sufficiency-oriented product-service systems: a systematic review

Elise Marie Andrew1, Jeroen van den Bergh2, Daniela C. A. Pigosso1

1: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain



Systems thinking towards holistic, sustainability-oriented assessment and decision-making for lightweighting

Katharina Johnston-Lynch1, Robert Ian Whitfield1, Dorothy Evans2

1: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2: National Manufacturing Institute Scotland, United Kingdom

D222: ADVANCED METHODOLOGIES FOR SMART PRODUCT AND SYSTEM DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Larry Allen Stauffer, University of Idaho, United States of America
 

Designing a framework for actuators for adaptive structures

Matthias J. Bosch, Markus Nitzlader, Matthias Bachmann, Hansgeorg Binz, Lucio Blandini, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany



Challenges of the integrative product and production system development

Jan-Philipp Disselkamp1, Ben Schütte1, Roman Dumitrescu2

1: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany; 2: Paderborn University, Germany



Variability in complex product/system design: case study in automotive industry

José Lameh1,2, Alexandra Dubray2, Marija Jankovic1

1: Laboratoire Genie Industriel, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay, France; 2: Renault Technocentre, France



Design methodology for optimal sensor placement for cure monitoring and load detection of sensor-integrated, gentelligent composite parts

Sören Meyer zu Westerhausen1, Alexander Kyriazis2, Christian Hühne2, Roland Lachmayer1

1: Leibniz University Hannover, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany



Evaluation of the methodical framework for the management of uncertainty in the context of the integration of sensory functions

Peter Welzbacher, Sawa Vinzenz Witt, Yanik Koch, Eckhard Kirchner

Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany

D223: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MODELLING AND ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES II
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Benoit Eynard, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France
 

Tailored metrics for assessing the quality of MBSE models

Iris Graessler1, Dominik Wiechel1, Deniz Oezcan1, Patrick Taplick2

1: Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University, Germany; 2: Behr-Hella Thermocontrol GmbH, Germany



Extending the function failure modes taxonomy for intelligent systems with embedded AI components

Felician Campean1, Unal Yildirim2, Aleksandr Korsunovs1, Aleksandr Doikin1

1: University of Bradford, United Kingdom; 2: Hubei Key Laboratory of Automotive Power Train and Electronic Control, China



Tool support for implementing a methodology in magnet development projects at CERN

Jens Kaeske1,2, Erik Wagner1, Albert Albers2, Stephan Russenschuck1

1: European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Switzerland; 2: IPEK - Institute of Product Engineering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Systems engineering in design practice: a guideline for development service providers

Maximilian Burkhardt1, Tilman Warns1, Sebastian Endepols1, Nikola Bursac2, Katharina Ritzer2

1: Porsche Engineering Services GmbH, Germany; 2: Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Reviewing the suitability of ICT-centered design methods for smart PSS development

Yevgeni Paliyenko, Daniel Roth, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany

D224: VIRTUAL REALITY FOR DESIGN AND EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Andrew Wodehouse, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
 

6 degree of freedom positional object tracking for physical prototype digitisation

Michael Wyrley-Birch, Aman Kukreja, James Gopsill, Christopher Michael Jason Cox, Chris Snider

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Learnings from developing a custom virtual assembly environment for mountability issues of cooling cabinets

Georg Hackenberg, Christian Zehetner

School of Engineering, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria



Mixed reality prototyping: a framework to characterise simultaneous physical/virtual prototyping

Chris Snider1, Aman Kukreja1, Christopher Michael Jason Cox1, James Gopsill1, Lee Kent2

1: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 2: The University of Tokyo, Japan



A virtual reality experience to raise sustainability awareness within the fashion industry

Elena Spadoni, Andrea Fiocca, Gianluca Zoni, Lina Maria Useche Infante, Lidia Cerutti, Paolo Maccarrone, Marina Carulli, Monica Bordegoni

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Approach of a virtual reality didactic toolkit – implementation and reflection

Hans-Patrick Balzerkiewitz1, Carsten Stechert1, David Inkermann2

1: Ostfalia Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Clausthal, Germany

D225: ADVANCEMENTS IN DESIGN AND MATERIALS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Tino Stanković, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
 

Analysing shrinkage compensation in additive manufacturing: a comparative study of reverse engineering and gauge-based methods

Alessio Zanini, Marco Marconi, Gianluca Rubino

Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Italy



Optical and mechanical testing of 3D printed parts made of high-viscosity silicone to identify process parameters and design advice for 3D printing and printer development

Joel Schön, Robin Löffler, Michael Koch

Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm, Germany



Design and evaluation of non-planar material extrusion on a 3-axis printer

Samuel Bengtsson, Axel Nordin, Jože Tavčar

Lund University, Sweden



Exploring high-stiffness pellets as filaments in fused filament fabrication

Martin Lilletvedt Rasmussen1, Simen Gjethammer Grønvik1, Henrik H. Øvrebø1, Ben Hicks2, Chris Snider2, Martin Steinert1, Christer W. Elverum1, Sindre Wold Eikevåg1,2

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: University of Bristol, United Kingdom



An analytic cost model for bound metal deposition

Mikhailo Sartini, Iacopo Bianchi, Alessio Vita, Michele Germani, Marco Mandolini

Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy

D226: EMOTIONAL AND SUSTAINABLE DESIGN IN HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Valeria Pannunzio, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
 

Co-designing for the NHS: the development of sustainable theatre garments

Paul Rodgers1, Euan Winton2, Lewis Urquhart1, Jonathan O'Reilly3, Carole Anderson3

1: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2: Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom; 3: NHS Scotland, Golden Jubilee, United Kingdom



Surveying factors that influence healthcare personnel in the transition to reusable surgical gowns

Charlotte Harding, Ingrid Moons, Regan Watts, Gunter De Win, Els Du Bois

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Emotional design of medical devices: exoskeletons and post-stroke recovery devices

Frederik Kiersgaard Lund, Luke Edward Eric Feast, Milo Marsfeldt Skovfoged, Hendrik Knoche, Mostafa Mohammadi, Lotte N. S. Andreasen Struijk, Linda Nhu Laursen

Aalborg University, Denmark



Designing healthcare systems for earlier diagnosis and prevention of dementia

Coco Newton1,2, Jiwon Jung1,3, Maaike S. Kleinsmann1,4, P. John Clarkson1,2

1: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 3: Erasmus University Medical Center, The Netherlands; 4: Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands



Designing positive emotional experiences of wearable medical technology for type 1 diabetes

Ryan Charles Williams, Yonghun Lim

Bournemouth University, United Kingdom

12:30pm
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2:00pm
D2-L: LUNCH
Location: Restaurant Cavtat
1:30pm
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2:00pm
D2-EM: MEET THE EDITORS OF THE DESIGN STUDIES REPLACEMENT JOURNAL
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Philip Cash, Northumbria University, United Kingdom

2:00pm
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2:45pm
D2-P: PLENARY SESSION (Jon Hirschtick)
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Stanko Škec, University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia

AI IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: A PERSPECTIVE VIEW

Jon Hirschtick

Chief Evangelist at PTC, Cofounder of SolidWorks and Onshape

2:45pm
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3:15pm
D2-B2: REFRESHMENT BREAK
3:15pm
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5:15pm
D231: SUSTAINABILITY IN ACTION THROUGH DESIGN CASE STUDIES
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Sophie I. Hallstedt, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
 

What Italian furniture companies do towards sustainable transition? Design actions and strategies showcased during Milan Design Week 2023

Silvia Maria Gramegna, Francesca Mattioli, Xue Pei

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Integration of sustainability into product development: insights from an industry survey

Sachira Vilochani1,2, Tim C. McAloone1,2, Daniela C. A. Pigosso1,2

1: Technical University of Denmark, DTU Construct, Denmark; 2: Technical University of Denmark, Centre for Absolute Sustainability, Denmark



Using the low-tech concept to create scenarios: an analysis of its potential to design for sustainable urban future

Flore Vallet1,2,3, Tjark Gall2

1: Pôle Léonard de Vinci, France; 2: Laboratoire Genie Industriel, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay, France; 3: IRT SystemX, France



Comparison of e-scooter tyre performance using rolling resistance trailer

George Stilwell1, Shayne Gooch1, Martial Lafitte2

1: University of Canterbury, New Zealand; 2: CESI Graduate School of Engineering, France



Data-driven life cycle assessment for mechatronic systems: a comparative analysis of environmental impact assessments

Artur Krause1, Steffen Wagenmann2, Katharina Ritzer1, Albert Albers2, Nikola Bursac1

1: Hamburg University of Technology, Germany; 2: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

D232: MANAGING UNCERTAINTY AND ENHANCING ROBUSTNESS IN DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Massimo Panarotto, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 

Reducing uncertainty regarding customer expectations for a sustainable car interior design integrated in a data-informed design approach

Bastian Quattelbaum1, Lara Amelie Geiger1, Kostas Stylidis2,3, Rikard Söderberg2

1: Hochschule Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 3: Intended Future AB, Sweden



Future-robust product portfolio development: insights into the advancement of product portfolios in companies – an interview study

Michael Schlegel1, Markus Just1, Ingrid Wiederkehr2, Carsten Thümmel1, Christoph Kempf1, Christian Koldewey2, Roman Dumitrescu2, Albert Albers1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University, Germany



Decision making support for designers at the early design stage regarding narrowing down the range values of design variables

Yoshiyuki Shimada1, Daichi Akutsu1, Shinnosuke Kodama1, Shuichi Kondo2, Shigeki Hiramatsu2, Seiji Fukui2, Hiroshi Unesaki2, Takashi Hatano2, Kazuhiro Aoyama3, Masato Inoue1

1: Meiji University, Japan; 2: Mazda Motor Corporation, Japan; 3: The University of Tokyo, Japan



Using cluster analysis to enhance a method for the management of disturbance factors via product structures

Richard Breimann, Laura Luran Sun, Eckhard Kirchner

Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany



Modeling uncertain requirements

Lukas Block

Fraunhofer IAO, Germany



Data- and simulation-based material behaviour prediction

Anton Dybov, Carina Fresemann, Rainer Stark

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

D233: ADVANCES IN SYSTEM-OF-SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Sandro Wartzack, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
 

Exploring indicators of system-of-systems resilience: outcomes of a health systems design workshop at an international conference

Valeria Pannunzio1, Alexander Komashie1, Sebastian Walsh1, Richard Milne1, Timoleon Kipouros1, Guillaume Lamé2, Anja Maier3,4, Carol Brayne1, P. John Clarkson1

1: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: CentraleSupélec, France; 3: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 4: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Designing for systems-of-systems resilience: from the individual to the planet

Valeria Pannunzio, Timoleon Kipouros, Amber Khan, Laurie Friday, Carol Brayne, P. John Clarkson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



A tradespace exploration approach for changeability assessment from a system-of-systems perspective: application from the construction machinery industry

Raj Jiten Machchhar, Carl Nils Konrad Toller Melén, Alessandro Bertoni

Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden



Principles for the design of system of systems exemplified using modularisation

Matthias Günther1, Tobias Seidenberg1, Harald Anacker1, Roman Dumitrescu1,2

1: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany; 2: Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University, Germany



Bridging simulation granularity in system-of-systems: conjunct application of discrete element method and discrete event simulations in construction equipment design

Mubeen Ur Rehman, Raj Jiten Machchhar, Alessandro Bertoni

Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden



AI-based analysis and linking of technical and organisational data using graph models as a basis for decision-making in systems engineering

Sebastian Katzung1, Hüseyin Cinkaya1, Umut Volkan Kizgin2, Alexander Savinov3, Julian Baschin2, Thomas Vietor2

1: ENBACE GmbH, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany; 3: Siemens Mobility GmbH, Germany

D234: STRATEGIES FOR DESIGN ORGANISATION AND ENTERPRISE TRANSFORMATION
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Julie Stal-Le Cardinal, CentraleSupélec, France
 

Implementing an open innovation process in the premium marine industry

Jonathan Burgess, Rob Fanner, Christian McLening

Arts University Bournemouth, United Kingdom



Relation between purpose of individual agile elements and the need for their adaptation in product design & development

Marvin Michalides1, Stefan Weiss1, Emir Gadzo1, Kristin Paetzold-Byhain2, Alexander Koch1

1: Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



Aligning production requirements with product and production maturities: enhancing production preparation during product development

Rohith Areth Koroth, Fredrik Elgh, Martin Lennartsson, Dag Raudberget

School of Engineering, Jönköping University, Sweden



Scientometric exploration of responsible innovation: mapping the knowledge landscape

Nuša Fain1, Nikola Vukašinović2, Andrej Kastrin3

1: Carleton University, Canada; 2: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovenia; 3: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, Slovenia



Towards agile automotive development: benefits, challenges and organizational changes

Franziska Scharold, Kristin Paetzold-Byhain

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



Exploring the barriers to innovation adoption in the UK construction industry

K-M White, P. John Clarkson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

D235: DESIGN THEORY FRAMEWORKS AND APPLICATIONS
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Dorian Marjanović, University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia
 

A theory landscape of design: mapping the theoretical discourse of the discipline

Katja Thoring1, Roland M. Mueller2

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany



Research story telling: using the research journey map to communicate information, data, systems, and artifacts

Jonathan Cagan

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America



Operationalizing community-based open scientific design research benchmarks: application to model-based architecture design synthesis

Romain Pinquié1, Lionel Roucoules2, Pierre-Alain Yvars3, Raphaël Chenouard4

1: Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, G-SCOP, France; 2: Arts et Métiers ParisTech, France; 3: ISAE-Supméca, France; 4: École Centrale de Nantes, France



Future design narratives: an interdisciplinary approach to a decolonial glossary

Victoria Rodriguez Schon, Manuela Celi

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Replication studies in engineering design – a feasibility study

Jonas Rode1, Ingo Jonuschies1, Sven Matthiesen2, Kilian Gericke1

1: University of Rostock, Germany; 2: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Feedback thought at the intersection of systems and design science

Igor Czermainski de Oliveira, Daniel Guzzo, Daniela C. A. Pigosso

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Construct, Denmark

D236: EMPATHY, ACCESSIBILITY, AND AESTHETICS IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Åsa Ericson, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
 

Application of universal design principles on computer mouse interface: developing a universal mouse pointing and control system to provide affordance to the left-handed users

Abhinav Basak, Shatarupa Thakurta Roy

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India



Empathic empowerment: an exploration and analysis of a situated interaction through empathic modelling and role-play

Amy Grech, Andrew Wodehouse, Ross Brisco

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Empowering design literacy: a toolkit for promoting the design of positive experiences through rules of thumb

Björn Kokoschko1, Martin Wiesner2

1: Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany; 2: Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Germany



Into the wonder – exploring the design of playables

Jesper Falck Legaard

Design School Kolding, Denmark



Unveiling key user experience issues to facilitate user-centred design of inertial motion capture systems

Charu Tripathi, Manish Arora, Amaresh Chakrabarti

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India



The aesthetics of robot design: towards a classification of morphologies

Dean Aaron Ollah Mobed1, Andrew Wodehouse1, Anja Maier1,2

1: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

5:30pm
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7:00pm
D242: DESIGN RESEARCH QUALITY - EXPLORING DIRECTIONS FOR A NEW DS SIG MEETING
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Philip Cash, Northumbria University, United Kingdom
Chair: Romain Pinquié, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, G-SCOP, France
D243: AI IN DESIGN - EXPLORING DIRECTIONS FOR A NEW DS SIG MEETING
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Filippo Chiarello, Università di Pisa, Italy
Chair: Alejandro Pradas Gomez, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Chair: Yuan Yin, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Chair: Yakhoub Ndiaye, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
D244: DESIGN JUSTICE - EXPLORING DIRECTIONS FOR A NEW DS SIG MEETING
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Sita M Syal, University of Michigan, United States of America
Chair: Julia Kramer, University of Michigan, United States of America
D245: PUBLISHING DESIGN RESEARCH
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Panos Y. Papalambros, University of Michigan, United States of America

Panelists:

John Gero (UNC Charlotte), Daniela C. A. Pigosso (Technical University of Denmark), Gaetano Cascini (Politecnico di Milano), Allison Keene (Cambridge University Press)

D246: DS MENTORING PROGRAM
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Sophie I. Hallstedt, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Chair: Julie Stal-Le Cardinal, CentraleSupélec, France
 
Date: Wednesday, 22/May/2024
8:15am
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10:15am
D311: LLM IN DESIGN PERSPECTIVES AND APPLICATIONS
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: John Gero, UNC Charlotte, United States of America
 

Large language models in complex system design

Alejandro Pradas Gomez1, Petter Krus2, Massimo Panarotto1, Ola Isaksson1

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Linköping University, Sweden



Automatic identification of role-specific information in product development: a critical review on large language models

Dominik Ehring, Ismail Menekse, Janosch Luttmer, Arun Nagarajah

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Benchmarking AI design skills: insights from ChatGPT’s participation in a prototyping hackathon

Daniel Nygård Ege, Henrik H. Øvrebø, Vegar Stubberud, Martin Francis Berg, Martin Steinert, Håvard Vestad

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



How good is ChatGPT? An exploratory study on ChatGPT’s performance in engineering design tasks and subjective decision-making

Wanyu Xu, Maulik Chhabilkumar Kotecha, Daniel A. McAdams

Texas A&M University, United States of America



Datasets in design research: needs and challenges and the role of AI and GPT in filling the gaps

Mohammad Arjomandi Rad, Tina Hajali, Julian Martinsson Bonde, Massimo Panarotto, Kristina Wärmefjord, Johan Malmqvist, Ola Isaksson

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



Nature’s lessons, AI’s power: sustainable process design with generative AI

Mas'udah Mas'udah, Pavel Livotov

Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany

D312: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN IMPACTS AND HUMAN BEHAVIOUR INCLUSION
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Wendy Gunn, Aalborg University, Denmark
 

Explaining the rebound effects of sustainable design: a behavioural perspective

Imke G. H. Van der Loo, Daniela C. A. Pigosso

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Construct, Denmark



Designing products for material simplifiers: antinomy or prospective for design?

Céline Perea1, Cédric Masclet2

1: Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble INP, CERAG, France; 2: Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, G-SCOP, France



Interpretation of sustainability philosophies into product design for awareness, cohesion, and equity

Laura Isabel Acevedo1,2, Daniela C. A. Pigosso1,2, Tim C. McAloone1,2

1: Technical University of Denmark, DTU Construct, Denmark; 2: Technical University of Denmark, Centre for Absolute Sustainability, Denmark



Assessment of empowerment via inclusion of people in product lifecycle processes

Naz Yaldiz, Amaresh Chakrabarti

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India



Sustainability criteria for introducing new technologies in low-income contexts

Adam Mattias Mallalieu1,2, Amanda Jonasson1,2, Sara Petersson1,2, Marlene Rosendal2, Sophie I. Hallstedt1,3, Lars Almefelt1, Ola Isaksson1

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Engineers Without Borders, Sweden; 3: Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden



Identifying rebound effects in product-service systems: actors, mechanisms, triggers and drivers

Daniel Guzzo, Daniela C. A. Pigosso

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Construct, Denmark

D313: HUMAN-CENTRIC AND ROBOTIC SYSTEMS IN MANUFACTURING DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Jonathan Borg, University of Malta, Malta
 

A proposed framework using systems engineering to design human-centric manufacturing systems for novel products to reduce complexity and risk

Malin Hane Hagström, Dag Bergsjö

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



A matrix-based approach to step-wise assess the safety of collaborative robots in manufacturing

Matthias R. Guertler1,3, Philipp Bauer1,3, Alan Burden2,3

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: Queensland University of Technology, Australia; 3: Australian Cobotics Centre, Australia



Service centric design methodology for integrated robot-infrastructure systems

Abhishek Gupta, Dietmar Göhlich

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



Towards an ontology to capture human attributes in human-robot collaboration

Stephanie Hall, Mandeep Dhanda, Vimal Dhokia

University of Bath, United Kingdom



Design for robotic disassembly

Lykke Margot Ricard, Emilie Folkmann, Lars Carøe Sørensen, Sofie Bach Hybel, Roberto de Nóbrega, Henrik Gordon Petersen

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



Evaluation of a multi-user requirements axiomatic design decision support tool for manufacturing process selection

Edward Abela, Philip Farrugia, Pierre Vella, Glenn Cassar, Maria Victoria Gauci

University of Malta, Malta

D314: CO-CREATION AND CO-DESIGN STUDIES
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Milene Gonçalves, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The
 

Breaking cultural barriers: an integrated methodology for challenge-driven co-creation projects

Annika Bastian, Christoph Kempf, Paulin Rudolph, Albert Albers

IPEK - Institute of Product Engineering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



“Ideas are really…” – supporting collaborative dialogues and community of practice for innovation via CO:RE cards

Safia Najwa Suhaimi, Andrew Walters, Jo Ward

PDR, Cardiff Metropolitan University, United Kingdom



Creativity of products as meant by ordinary people: to what extent do novelty and usefulness matter?

Aurora Berni, Yuri Borgianni, Demis Basso

Free University of Bozen|Bolzano, Italy



Co-design in virtual environments with 3D scanned childcare rooms in social virtual reality

Yuki Taoka1, Momoko Nakatani1, Takumi Sato1, Kaho Kagohashi1, Fuyumi Iwasawa1, Shouichi Hasegawa1, Shigeru Owada2, Shigeki Saito1

1: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; 2: Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc., Japan



Playing against the rules: a new perspective on the potential of games and play as convivial and critical tools for imagining futures

Anna O. Meshcheryakova, Fabian Hemmert

University of Wuppertal, Germany



Crisis: a driver for tourism innovation and service design?

Åsa Ericson, Johan Lugnet, Maria Ek Styvén, Thomas Zobel

Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

D315: ADVANCED APPLICATIONS IN DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Helena Hashemi Farzaneh, MTU Aero Engines, Germany
 

Additive manufacturing of individual bone implants made of bioresorbable calcium phosphate cement using the example of large skull defects

Stefan Holtzhausen, Philipp Sembdner, Martin Pendzik, Holger Wilhelm Rudolf Schmidt, Kristin Paetzold-Byhain

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



Stress concentrations and design for additive manufacturing: a design artefact approach to investigation

Didunoluwa Obilanade1, Owen Rahmat Peckham2, Adam McClenaghan2, James Gopsill2, Peter Törlind1

1: Luleå University of Technology, Sweden; 2: University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Topology optimisation of multiple robot links considering screw connections

Tobias Wanninger, Jintin Frank, Markus Zimmermann

Technical University of Munich, TUM School of Engineering and Design, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Laboratory for Product Development and Lightweight Design, Germany



Additive manufacturing in fluid power with novel application to hydraulic pump design

Anton Wiberg, Liselott Ericson, Johan A. Persson, Johan Ölvander

Linköping University, Sweden



Design challenges in leveraging binder jetting technology to innovate the medical instrument field

Lorenzo Cocchi, Marco Mariani, Serena Graziosi, Roberto Viganò, Nora Lecis

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Improving sustainability of additive manufacturing processes based on digital twins – a case study

Jessica Kos1, Philipp Schröder1, Jakob Trauer2, Felix Endress1, Markus Mörtl1, Markus Zimmermann1

1: Technical University of Munich, TUM School of Engineering and Design, Laboratory for Product Development and Lightweight Design, Germany; 2: :em engineering methods AG, Germany

D316: NEW STRATEGIES IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Gordon Krauss, Harvey Mudd College, United States of America
 

Conceptualization of an artificial intelligence-assisted tutoring system for teaching technical drawing skills to undergraduate students

Jonas Fastabend, Benedikt Müller, Daniel Roth, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany



Understanding the art of design thinking facilitation: a novel instrument for observing instructional strategies used by facilitators

Sharon Guaman-Quintanilla1,2, Isabel Alcivar3, Katherine Chiluiza4

1: Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, i3lab Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, Ecuador; 2: Ghent University, Department of Accountancy, Corporate Finance and Taxation, Belgium; 3: Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, Faculty of Mechanical and Production Sciences Engineering, Ecuador; 4: Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, Center of Information Technologies, Ecuador



Towards simulation games in engineering design education – design and evaluation of a SE simulation game

David Inkermann, Theresa Ammersdörfer

Technische Universität Clausthal, Germany



Fostering innovation through bio-inspired projects in engineering design education

Jacquelyn Nagel1, Ramana Pidaparti2

1: James Madison University, United States of America; 2: University of Georgia, United States of America



Improving knowledge transfers in student engineering teams through the application of the InKTI – Interdepartmental Knowledge Transfer Improvement method

Monika Klippert, Robert Stolpmann, Albert Albers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Learning in a digital fabrication course on building tangible artefacts

Vijayakumar Nanjappan1,2, Georgi V. Georgiev1, Hernan Casakin3, Sohail Ahmed Soomro1,4

1: Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu, Finland; 2: School of Computer Science and Information Technology, University College Cork, Ireland; 3: Ariel University, Israel; 4: Sukkur IBA University, Pakistan

10:15am
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10:45am
D3-B1: REFRESHMENT BREAK
D3-EM: MEET THE EDITORS OF THE AIEDAM JOURNAL
Location: Cambridge University Press Stand
Chair: Amaresh Chakrabarti, Indian Institute of Science, India
 
10:45am
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12:30pm
D321: MACHINE LEARNING IN DESIGN AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Gualtiero Fantoni, University of Pisa, Italy
 

Minimizing occupant loads in vehicle crashes through reinforcement learning-based restraint system design: assessing performance and transferability

Janis Mathieu1,2, Parul Gupta3, Michael Di Roberto1, Michael Vielhaber2

1: Porsche Engineering Group GmbH, Germany; 2: Saarland University, Germany; 3: Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany



A low-cost non-intrusive spatial hand tracking pipeline for product-process interaction

James Gopsill, Aman Kukreja, Christopher Michael Jason Cox, Chris Snider

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



A conceptual MCDA-based framework for machine learning algorithm selection in the early phase of product development

Sebastian Sonntag, Erik Pohl, Janosch Luttmer, Jutta Geldermann, Arun Nagarajah

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Machine learning-based virtual sensors for reduced energy consumption in frost-free refrigerators

Alejandro Alcaraz1, Dennis Ilare1,2, Alessandro Mansutti1, Gaetano Cascini2

1: Elettrotecnica ROLD, Italy; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Automating the assembly planning process to enable design for assembly using reinforcement learning

Rafael Parzeller1,2, Dominik Koziol1, Tizian Dagner1, Detlef Gerhard2

1: Siemens AG, Germany; 2: Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

D322: CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABLE DESIGN INNOVATIONS
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Els Du Bois, University of Antwerp, Belgium
 

Consumer behaviour in the context of circular economy: a systematic literature review

Nicole Sofia Rohsig Lopez, Jérémy Legardeur

University of Bordeaux, ESTIA Institute of Technology, France



Tactility in perception of biobased composites

Manu Thundathil1, Nicholas John Emerson1, Ali Reza Nazmi1, Bahareh Shahri1, Jörg Müssig2, Tim Huber3

1: University of Canterbury, New Zealand; 2: Hochschule Bremen, Germany; 3: Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg



Scenario building guidelines for sustainable innovation

François Haeberle, Giácomo Parolin, Daniela C. A. Pigosso

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Construct, Denmark



Incorporating sustainability into product lifecycle management: a systematic literature review

Anne Seegrün, Louis Hardinghaus, Theresa Riedelsheimer, Kai Lindow

Fraunhofer IPK, Germany



Characterising the low-tech approach through a value-driven model

Alexandre Gaultier, Cédric Masclet, Jean-François Boujut

Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, G-SCOP, France

D323: DESIGN FOR DIGITAL HEALTH SYSTEMS
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Anja Maier, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
 

Design as a practice for implementing complex digital health: preliminary results from an interview study in the Netherlands

Fredrik K. Karlsson1, Valeria Pannunzio2, Dirk Snelders1, Maaike S. Kleinsmann1

1: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Requirements elicitation in board game design for children with developmental language disorder (DLD)

Edward Abela, Emanuel Balzan, Philip Farrugia, Donia Stellini, Daniela Gatt

University of Malta, Malta



Implementing the model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach to develop an assessment framework for healthcare facility design

Tahere Golgolnia1,2, Timoleon Kipouros1, P. John Clarkson1, Gesine Marquardt2, Maja Kevdzija3

1: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; 3: TU Wien, Austria



Design of a healthcare ecosystem to improve user experience in pediatric urotherapy

Lola Bladt1, Rose-Farah Blomme1, Anka J. Nieuwhof-Leppink2, Alexandra Vermandel3,4, Gunter De Win3,4, Lukas Van Campenhout1

1: Faculty of Design Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital, University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands; 3: University Hospital Antwerp, Belgium; 4: Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium



Towards designing for health outcomes: implications for designers in eHealth design

Hosana Cristina Morales Ornelas, Maaike S. Kleinsmann, Gerd Kortuem

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

D324: APPLICATION OF GENERAL AI METHODS IN DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Matthias Kreimeyer, University of Stuttgart, Germany
 

Towards a process for the creation of synthetic training data for AI-computer vision models utilizing engineering data

Sebastian Schwoch, Maximilian Peter Dammann, Johannes Georg Bartl, Maximilian Kretzschmar, Bernhard Saske, Kristin Paetzold-Byhain

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



Surrogate-based design optimization of the binder cover combining performance and production cost

Pavel Eremeev1,2, Hendrik Devriendt1,2, Alexander De Cock3, Frank Naets1,2

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: Flanders Make@KU Leuven, Belgium; 3: Flanders Make, Belgium



An AI-based prosthesis framework fostering an adaptive amputee healthcare service

Nicholas Patiniott1, Jonathan C. Borg1, Emmanuel Francalanza1, Joseph P. Zammit1, Pierre Vella1, Alfred Gatt1, Kristin Paetzold-Byhain2

1: University of Malta, Malta; 2: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



Critical component detection in assemblies: a graph centrality approach

Robert Ballantyne, Adam McClenaghan, Oliver Schiffmann, Chris Snider

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Automatic movement pattern analysis for data-driven system optimisation – an example for fattening livestock farming monitoring system

Gurubaran Raveendran, Sören Meyer zu Westerhausen, Johanna Wurst, Roland Lachmayer

Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

D325: ADVANCES IN QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE BENCHMARKS IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Yuri Borgianni, Free University of Bozen|Bolzano, Italy
 

Additively manufactured 3D micro scarf adhesive joints

Michael Ascher, Ralf Späth

Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany



The energy performance assessment method to establish the best part build orientation in additive manufacturing

Marco Mandolini1, Mikhailo Sartini1, Marta Rossi2, Claudio Favi3, Marco Marconi4

1: Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy; 2: Università degli Studi eCampus, Italy; 3: Università degli studi di Parma, Italy; 4: Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Italy



Democratising dry adhesion development with consumer-grade AM

Vegar Stubberud, Martin Steinert, Håkon Jarand Dugstad Johnsen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Play well, print well: using LEGO bricks as an intuitive benchmarking tool for 3D printers

Alan Air1,2, Andrew Wodehouse1

1: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2: National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland, United Kingdom



Printing study and design guideline for small hollow structures in medical technology

Eve Sobirey, Marie Wegner, Fabian Niklas Laukotka, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany

D326: EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND COLLABORATIVE TOOLS IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Prasad Onkar, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India
 

Students’ perception of risks in computer-supported collaborative design teams

Beth Morman, Ross Brisco

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Analysis of collaborative CAD user actions in design sprint: insights from an educational setting

Jelena Šklebar, Tomislav Martinec, Stanko Škec, Mario Štorga

University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia



A gamified approach to assessing mental rotation in virtual reality

Kristin Alicia Bartlett1, Almudena Palacios-Ibáñez2, Jorge Dorribo Camba3

1: University of Kentucky, United States of America; 2: Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain; 3: Purdue University, United States of America



The impact of specialized software on concept generation

Julian Martinsson Bonde1, Richard Breimann2, Johan Malmqvist1, Eckhard Kirchner2, Ola Isaksson1

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany



VR headset vs. PC screen as virtual learning tour interface for Chinese architecture heritage investigation

Yuetong Chen, Min Hua

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

12:30pm
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2:00pm
D3-L: LUNCH
Location: Restaurant Cavtat
2:00pm
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3:15pm
D3-DD: DESIGN DEBATE
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

DESIGN DEBATE (5TH EDITION): NAVIGATING THE SHIFT FROM PRODUCT TO SYSTEMS

DEBATE TEAMS:

  • Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen (University of Exeter, United Kingdom) and
    Martin 
    Steinert (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
  • Jonathan Cagan (Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America) and
    Valeria Pannunzio (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)


3:15pm
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3:45pm
D3-B2: REFRESHMENT BREAK
3:45pm
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5:45pm
D331: DATA-DRIVEN STRATEGIES AND APPROACHES IN DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: James Gopsill, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
 

Towards digital representations for brownfield factories using synthetic data generation and 3D object detection

Javier Villena Toro, Lars Bolin, Jacob Eriksson, Anton Wiberg

Linköping University, Sweden



D³IKIT: data-driven design innovation kit

Boyeun Lee, Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen

University of Exeter Business School, United Kingdom



Challenges for capturing data within data-driven design processes

Christopher Langner1, Yevgeni Paliyenko1, Benedikt Müller1, Daniel Roth1, Matthias R. Guertler2, Matthias Kreimeyer1

1: University of Stuttgart, Germany; 2: University of Technology Sydney, Australia



Assessing text-image patent datasets with text-based metrics for engineering design applications

Marco Consoloni1,2, Vito Giordano1,2, Gualtiero Fantoni1,2

1: University of Pisa, Italy; 2: Business Engineering for Data Science Lab (B4DS), Italy



Navigating from data-driven design to designing with ML: a case study of truck HMI system design

Yi Luo1, Dimitrios Gkouskos1, Nancy L. Russo1,2, Minjuan Wang1

1: Halmstad University, Sweden; 2: Malmö University, Sweden



The DHSmart model for smart product-service system (smart PSS): dynamic, data-driven, human-centred

Nadia Mirshafiee, Ji Han, Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen

University of Exeter, United Kingdom

D332: CIRCULAR DESIGN APPROACHES FOR REUSABILITY
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Daniela C. A. Pigosso, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
 

Remanufacturing as a circular design strategy in healthcare: integrating socio-technical and environmental-economic assessments

Amanda Worsøe Andersen1, Siri Fritze Jørgensen2, Wendy Gunn3, Monia Niero4

1: Viegand Maagøe A/S, Denmark; 2: Public Procurement, Region Hovedstaden, The Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark; 3: Aalborg University, Denmark; 4: Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy



A transition approach for reuse and repair of manufactured products

Flore Vallet1,2, Benjamin Tyl3, François Cluzel2, Cédric Masclet4

1: Pôle Léonard de Vinci, France; 2: Laboratoire Genie Industriel, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay, France; 3: APESA, France; 4: Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, G-SCOP, France



Durability as a techno-socio-economic concept

Felician Campean1, Claudia Eckert2

1: University of Bradford, United Kingdom; 2: The Open University, United Kingdom



Assessing sustainable recyclability of battery systems: a tool to aid design for disassembly

Fabio Marco Monetti, Pablo Zaguirre Martínez, Antonio Maffei

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden



Design strategies for consumers’ continued usage of reusable packaging systems (RPSS)

Xueqing Miao1, Lise Magnier1, Ruth Mugge1,2

1: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands



Assessing the disassembly performance of washing machines through the design for circular disassembly methodology

Giovanni Formentini, Thorvald Alrø Martiny, Christian Møller, Teodor Vernica, Devarajan Ramanujan

Aarhus University, Denmark

D333: INTEGRATING SUSTAINABILITY INTO SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PRACTICES
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Nikola Bursac, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
 

Interdisciplinary system lifecycle management – a systematic literature review

Fabian Wyrwich1, Aschot Kharatyan1, Roman Dumitrescu2

1: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany; 2: Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University, Germany



Leveraging design thinking in MBSE: mitigating data and information uncertainties – an integration model approach

Emir Gadzo, Marvin Michalides, Alexander Koch

Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany



Supporting circular economy strategies for design of sustainable mechatronic systems using MBSE

Zvonimir Lipšinić1, Stephan Husung2, Neven Pavković1, Christian Weber2

1: University of Zagreb Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Croatia; 2: Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany



Justice-Embedded Requirements Engineering (JERE) for system design

Bettina K. Arkhurst1, Katherine Fu1,2

1: Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America; 2: University of Wisconsin–Madison, United States of America



Enabling the design for circularity through circularity measures: breaking down the R-strategies into useful design measures

Marie Schwahn1, Thomas Potinecke2, Lukas Block2, Maximilian Jakob Werner3, Florian Stephan Tarlosy2

1: University of Stuttgart, Germany; 2: Fraunhofer IAO, Germany; 3: Germany



Utilization of the system architecture in the context of validation in the business-to-business (B2B) sector

Lynn Humpert1, Daria Wilke1, Sarah Brueggemann2, Harald Anacker1, Roman Dumitrescu1

1: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany; 2: HARTING Applied Technologies, Germany

D334: EXPLORING THE FRONTIERS OF DESIGN IDEATION AND COGNITION
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Gaetano Cascini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 

How designers think creatively: an exploratory study in the use of visual and emotional mental imagery

Ian Marcus Edgecomb, Ross Brisco, Andrew Wodehouse

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



The use of occurrences of ideas for constructing and characterizing the design space

Hernan Casakin1, Hadas Sopher1, John S. Gero2, Or Haim Anidjar1

1: Ariel University, Israel; 2: UNC Charlotte, United States of America



Exploring metacognitive processes in design ideation with text-to-image AI tools

Hao-Yu Chang, Jo-Yu Kuo

National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan



The influence of culture on creativity in ideation: a review

Zhengya Gong1, Milene Gonçalves2, Vijayakumar Nanjappan1,3, Georgi V. Georgiev1

1: Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu, Finland; 2: Department of Design, Organisation and Strategy, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 3: School of Computer Science and Information Technology, University College Cork, Ireland



DS-Viz: a method for visualising design spaces

Esdras Paravizo, Nathan Crilly

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Effect of team diversity on teams’ design space: a computational approach

Marija Majda Škec1, Mario Štorga1,2, John S. Gero3

1: University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia; 2: Luleå University of Technology, Sweden; 3: UNC Charlotte, United States of America

D335: NAVIGATING DESIGN KNOWLEDGE AND DATA INTEGRATION
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Mario Štorga, University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia
 

Visualizing and analysing data-driven shift from decentralized to centralized automotive E/E architectures

Tejas Pravin Phadnis1,2, Nils Feyerabend2, Joachim Axmann1

1: Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany; 2: Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, Germany



Understanding and definition of scanning and monitoring of the future space in the context of the product engineering process

Albert Albers, Carsten Thümmel, Jessica Schmidt, Stefan Eric Schwarz, Michael Schlegel, Andreas Siebe, Tobias Düser

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Intelligent competency mapping for improving knowledge management in consulting firms

MohammadReza Mirafzal1,2, Sabrine Fhal1, Piyush Wadhera2, Julie Stal-Le Cardinal1

1: CentraleSupélec, France; 2: Sibylone, France



Enhancing knowledge management in the engineering design process through a communication platform

Sinan Ugurlu1, Manfred Grafinger1, Detlef Gerhard2, Pinar Demircioglu3

1: TU Wien, Austria; 2: Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany; 3: Technical University of Munich, Germany



The evolution of design patterns in joint decision-making spaces

Hermann Wolfram Klöckner1,2, Katja Thoring2

1: Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: Technical University of Munich, Germany



Integration of product development data for further ontological utilization

Jessica Pickel, Sebastian Bickel, Stefan Goetz, Sandro Wartzack

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

D336: EDUCATIONAL CHALLENGES, EXPERIENCES AND PERCEPTION
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Nuša Fain, Carleton University, Canada
 

Gaps between reflection frameworks and students’ practice: implications for design education

Akira Ito1, Yuki Taoka1, Echo Wan2, Malak Sadek2, Celine Mougenot2, Shigeki Saito1

1: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; 2: Imperial College London, United Kingdom



Challenges in design methods: perspectives of design students

Mayank Mayookh, V. Srinivasan

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India



Incorporating transition design in the education of an established design subject to empower design students with systems thinking

Qingfan An, Pedro Sanches

Umeå University, Sweden



“This is MY PhD project… or is it?” Understanding perceived doctoral project ownership through psychological ownership mapping

Michelle Rose Cedeno, Talya Porat, Weston Baxter

Imperial College London, United Kingdom



Design for the real world: a problem-based learning approach

Shakuntala Acharya

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India



Engineering design education at German universities: potential for a common basis to create personalized e-learning content

Frederike Kossack, Beate Bender

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

8:00pm
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10:00pm
D3-CD: CONFERENCE COCKTAIL DINNER
Date: Thursday, 23/May/2024
8:15am
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10:15am
D411: HUMAN-AI SYNERGY FOR THE FUTURE OF DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Ji Han, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
 

From human-centred to humanity-ecosystem centred design. How can we dialogue with AI?

Zeynep Oğrak1, Yener Altıparmakoğulları2

1: İzmir Institute of Technology, Turkey; 2: Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey



Concept for enhanced intuition in development management through exploratory data analysis using an extended factor analysis of mixed data

Michael Riesener, Maximilian Kuhn, Benjamin Nils Johannes Lender, Günther Schuh

RWTH Aachen University, Germany



Harmonizing human-AI synergy: behavioral science in AI-integrated design

Dirk Van Rooy, Kristof Vaes

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Designers’ perceptions of a sensor-enabled diary method for enhancing user research

Yuki Taoka, Tomoyuki Tanaka, Momoko Nakatani, Shigeki Saito

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan



Human-AI collaboration by design

Binyang Song1, Qihao Zhu2, Jianxi Luo2

1: Virginia Tech, United States of America; 2: Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore



Stimulating design ideation with artificial intelligence: present and (short-term) future

Aurora Berni1, Yuri Borgianni1, Federico Rotini2, Milene Gonçalves3, Katja Thoring4

1: Free University of Bozen|Bolzano, Italy; 2: University of Florence, Italy; 3: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 4: Technical University of Munich, Germany

D412: MODULARISATION AND ADAPTABILITY IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Dieter Krause, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
 

Applying a product modularization approach on the case of a battery pack

Julia Beibl1, Katharina Zumach1, Sven Wehrend1, Marc Züfle1, Eugen Hein2, Benedikt Plaumann2, Dieter Krause1

1: Hamburg University of Technology, Germany; 2: Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany



From tears to tiers – architectural principles for federated PLM landscapes

Erik Herzog, Johan Tingström, Johanna Wallén Axehill, Åsa Nordling Larsson, Christopher Jouannet

Saab AB, Sweden



A model to describe logistics service architecture based on product architecture

Erika Marie Strøm, Tine Meidahl Münsberg, Lars Hvam

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Future-robust product design – validating influencing factors on upgradeable mechatronic systems

Maximilian Kuebler, Carolin Lange, Bastian Glasmacher, Tobias Düser, Albert Albers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Management of rule-based product-portfolios with high variance: a systematic literature review

Thorsten Schmidt, Frank Mantwill

Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg, Germany



Designing lab-on-a-chip systems with attribute dependency graphs

Johannes Soika1, Tobias Wanninger1, Patrick Muschak1, Sebastian Schwaminger1,2, Sonja Berensmeier1,3, Markus Zimmermann1

1: Laboratory for Product Development and Lightweight Design, TUM School of Engineering and Design, Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Division of Medicinal Chemistry, Otto Loewi Research Center, Medical University of Graz, Austriacal University of Munich, Germany; 3: Munich Institute for Integrated Materials, Energy and Process Engineering, Technical University of Munich, Germany

D413: HUMAN-CENTRIC DYNAMICS AND INTEGRATION IN DESIGN MANAGEMENT
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Monica Bordegoni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 

Human-centred engineering design: a cross-disciplinary product innovation practice

Sindre Wold Eikevåg1,2, Jan Auernhammer3, Christer W. Elverum1, Henrikke Dybvik1,2, Martin Steinert1

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 3: Stanford University, United States of America



Drivers and barriers for design and designers in interdisciplinary product development – a literature-based conceptual model

Bernd Stoehr, Christian Koldewey, Roman Dumitrescu

Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University, Germany



Human in the loop: revolutionizing industry 5.0 with design thinking and systems thinking

Mohammad Hossein Dehbozorgi1, James Postell1, David Ward2, Carlo Leardi3, Brendan P. Sullivan1, Monica Rossi1

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: TMC Italia, Italy; 3: Tetra Pak Packaging Solutions, Italy



Towards a method for human-centred analysis of external variety

Olga Sankowski, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Exploring gesture generation for smartwatches: is user elicitation enough?

Saugata Pramanik, Sahil Pabbathi, Shakuntala Acharya

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India



Gamification as an innovative method in user experience design

David Kessing, Tim Katzwinkel, Manuel Löwer

University of Wuppertal, Germany

D414: DESIGN FOR BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: KwanMyung Kim, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)
 

Design to fail? The reasonably foreseeable failure and misuse

Harald Schaub1, Petra Badke-Schaub2

1: University of Bamberg, Germany; 2: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands



Unravelling experiences, barriers, and design strategies for encouraging reusable takeaway cup usage

Laure Herweyers, Els Du Bois, Ingrid Moons

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Towards cycling engagement by mapping design interventions to observed barriers: an example from Glasgow’s bike share programme

Mia Shepherd1, Tripp Shealy2, Lewis Urquhart1, Deirdre Harrington1, Anja Maier1,3

1: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2: Virginia Tech, United States of America; 3: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Evaluating design approaches for encouraging behavior change in editors: exploring a digital nudging strategy in a non-personalized recommender system to promote adoption of augmented analytics

Tanja Heinrich1,2, Oliver Szasz1

1: Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: Ippen Digital, Germany



Weak tie interactions in networking: five types of interaction structures

Georgina Nightingall, Weston Baxter

Imperial College London, United Kingdom



Design strategies to facilitate second-hand clothing acquisition

Marie Das1, Ingrid Moons2, Els Du Bois1

1: Faculty of Design Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Faculty of Business and Economy, University of Antwerp, Belgium

D415: ADVANCING DESIGN RESEARCH THROUGH NEW METHODS AND APPROACHES
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Peter R. N. Childs, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
 

Circularity in product engineering – towards a forward-looking approach across product generations

Albert Albers, Leonard Tusch, Michael Jäckle, Moritz Seidler, Christoph Kempf

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



New combination of methods for supporting a simplified set-based design approach

Mikael Ström1, Göran Gustafsson2, Hans Johannesson2

1: RISE, Sweden; 2: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



A novel approach towards utilizing graph analyzing objects arrangement – case studies from Airbnb homes in New York and Boston

Yanhua Yao

Tsinghua University, China



Prototyping future societies: GIGA-mapping and narratives as design material

Brita Fladvad Nielsen, Gunika Rishi, Mari Bjerck

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Virtual design hackathons: a data collection framework

Tomislav Martinec1, Filip Valjak1,2, Nikola Horvat1, Mark Goudswaard3, Daniel Nygård Ege4, Robert Ballantyne3, Martin Francis Berg4, Tobias Glaser5, Cornelius Grosse5, Zvonimir Lipšinić1, Fanika Lukačević1,6, Marek S. Lukasiewicz6, Robert Mašović1, Adam McClenaghan3, Teresa Monti7, Henrik H. Øvrebø4, Pascal Schmitt5, Vegar Stubberud4, Emmanuel TJ Taiwo3,8, Ana Lisac1

1: University of Zagreb Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Croatia; 2: University of Zagreb Faculty of Architecture, School of Design, Croatia; 3: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 4: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 5: University of Rostock, Germany; 6: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 7: Politecnico di Torino, Italy; 8: University of the West of England, United Kingdom



A new approach to derive variation shares by combining the C&C² approach and the PGE model

Peter Michael Tröster, Giorgi Tsutskiridze, Tobias Dieck, Albert Albers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

D416: EXPLORING CULTURAL AND BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS OF DESIGN INNOVATION
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Céline Mougenot, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
 

Addressing cultural inertias for co-design: exploring Chinese participants’ perceptions of design games

Ziheng Zhang1, Rui Patricio2, Tengjia Zuo1, Wa An1, Ruoqing Huang1

1: Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, China; 2: Universidade Europeia, IADE, Faculdade de Design, Tecnologia e Comunicação, UNIDCOM/IADE, Unidade de Investigação em Design e Comunicação, Portugal



Analyzing the dimensional aspects of 3D volumetric spaces: a product-oriented perspective

Vighneshkumar Rana, Vishal Singh

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India



The balance between a usable and emotional product design – a comparison of different methods for prioritising relevant influencing factors

Judith van Remmen, Dennis Horber, Jonas Händel, Jörg Miehling, Sandro Wartzack

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Nurture employees’ creative behaviors: unveiling the impact of design thinking on human organizational behavior

Michele Melazzini1, Gianluca Carella1,2

1: Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: MIT Morningside Academy for Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA



Demystifying the design process of demonstrators: contextual inquiry of two cases

Aleksandra Sviridova, Jouke Casper Verlinden

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Innovation of meaning: design-driven study based on the interpretive theory of new meaning

Shotaro Kushi1,2, Hideyoshi Yanagisawa2

1: NEW STANDARD Inc., Japan; 2: The University of Tokyo, Japan

10:15am
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10:45am
D4-B1: REFRESHMENT BREAK
10:45am
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12:30pm
D421: EXPLORING DIGITAL TWINS IN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Kostas Stylidis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
 

The digital thread for system lifecycle management with a native graph database in a polyglot architecture

Nico Kasper1, Michael Pfenning2, Martin Eigner3

1: SAP SE, IBU Industrial Manufacturing and Aerospace & Defense, Germany; 2: SAP SE, Product Management SAP PLM, Germany; 3: EIGNER Engineering Consult, Germany



Towards the digital factory twin – design guide for creating a 3D factory model

Jan-Philipp Disselkamp1, Robin Grothe1, Jonas Lick1, Ben Schütte1, Sascha Brüne1, Luca Schröder1, Roman Dumitrescu2

1: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany; 2: Paderborn University, Germany



Self-optimizing digital factory twin: an industrial use case

Christian Nigischer1, Florian Reiterer2, Sébastien Bougain1, Manfred Grafinger3

1: Austrian Center for Digital Production, Austria; 2: Nemak Linz GmbH, Austria; 3: TU Wien, Austria



Digital twins to increase sustainability throughout the system life cycle: a systematic literature review

Malte Trienens1, Rik Rasor1, Aschot Kharatyan1, Roman Dumitrescu2, Harald Anacker1

1: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany; 2: Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University, Germany



A survey on the industry’s perception of digital twins – a follow-up to the digital twin workshop at the DESIGN Conference 2022

Michel Fett1, Julius Zwickler1, Fabian Wilking2, Stefan Goetz2, Sebastian Schweigert-Recksiek3, Ben Hicks4, Oscar Nespoli5, Kristina Wärmefjord6, Sandro Wartzack2, Eckhard Kirchner1

1: Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; 2: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 3: :em engineering methods AG, Germany; 4: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 5: University of Waterloo, Canada; 6: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

D422: SUSTAINABILITY TOOLS AND INDICATORS IN DESIGN
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Elies Ann Dekoninck, University of Bath, United Kingdom
 

Alignment of the functional structure with sustainability aspects in product development – combining the strengths of the functional structure with the MECO matrix

Björn Kokoschko, Laura Augustin, Michael Schabacker, Christiane Beyer

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany



Selecting sustainability indicators for smart product design based on industry 4.0/5.0 technologies: analysis and proposal of a methodological framework

Bertrand Marconnet1, Raoudha Gaha2, Carla Assuad3, Kristian Martinsen3, Benoît Eynard2

1: LabECAM, Université de Lyon, ECAM LaSalle, France; 2: Laboratoire Roberval, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France; 3: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



What’s the catch? Trade-off challenges in early design for sustainability

Giácomo Parolin, Tim C. McAloone, Daniela C. A. Pigosso

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Construct, Denmark



Design measures to address carbon emissions in products’ lifecycle: an empirical analysis

Thayla Zomer1, Eduardo de Senzi Zancul1, Paulo Augusto Cauchick-Miguel1,2, Eloiza Kohlbeck2

1: Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil; 2: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil



Navigating complexity: visualising sustainable product development knowledge through dynamic heatmaps

Gerald Kremer, Sarah Aboumorra, Rainer Stark

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

D423: ENHANCING DESIGN THROUGH OPTIMISATION AND AUTOMATION TOOLS
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Markus Zimmermann, Technical University of Munich, Germany
 

Optimization-based design support for engineer-to-order product quotation

Olle Vidner1, Anton Wiberg1, Robert Pettersson2, Johan A. Persson1, Johan Ölvander1

1: Linköping University, Sweden; 2: Epiroc Rock Drills AB, Sweden



Are generative design tools creative? A characterisation of tools throughout the design process

Owen Rahmat Peckham, Ben Hicks, Mark Goudswaard

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Enhancing design automation for components of electric machines: a systematic approach

Niklas Umland1, Anton Wiberg2, Kora Winkler1, Jakob Jung3, David Inkermann4

1: Fraunhofer IFAM, Germany; 2: Linköping University, Sweden; 3: Additive Drives GmbH, Germany; 4: Technische Universität Clausthal, Germany



Developing a method to improve unknown identification and design efforts for environmental transition: a case study in the packaging industry

Marion Deshoulières, Pascal Le Masson, Benoît Weil

MINES ParisTech, France



Approaches for exploration, analysis, and visualization of tradespace for engineering decision-making

Meredith Sutton1, Julia Daniels1, Nafiseh Masoudi1,2, David Gorsich3, Cameron Turner1

1: Clemson University, United States of America; 2: Aarhus University, Denmark; 3: US Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center, United States of America

D424: DESIGN COGNITION AND AFFECT
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Harald Schaub, University of Bamberg, Germany
 

Chronobiology of pupil dilation in design students during idea generation

Samuele Colombo1, John S. Gero2, Alessandro Mazza3, Marco Cantamessa1

1: Politecnico di Torino, Italy; 2: UNC Charlotte, United States of America; 3: University of Turin, Italy



The EmotionProbe: an exploration of design students’ emotions when designing

Hazar Taissier Marji, Paul Rodgers, Ross Brisco

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Exploring designers’ cognitive abilities in the concept product design phase through traditional and digitally-mediated design environments

Muhammad Tufail1, Shahab Zaib1, Sahr Uzma2, Raja Mubashar Karim3, KwanMyung Kim4

1: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; 2: University of Ulsan, South Korea; 3: National University of Science and Technology, Pakistan; 4: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea



An EEG study to understand semantic and episodic memory retrieval in creative processes

Yuan Yin, Peter Childs

Imperial College London, United Kingdom



Investigating differences in brain activity between physical and digital prototyping in open and constrained design tasks

Henrikke Dybvik1,2, Adam McClenaghan2, Mariya Stefanova Stoyanova Bond1, Asbjørn Svergja1, Tripp Shealy3, Chris Snider2, Pasi Aalto1, Martin Steinert1, Mark Goudswaard2

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 3: Virginia Tech, United States of America

D425: ENHANCING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING WITH KNOWLEDGE-BASED DESIGN TOOLS
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Roland Lachmayer, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany
 

A knowledge-driven, integrated design support tool for additive manufacturing

Claudius Ellsel, Rainer Stark

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



Investigating designers’ preferred learning media to design for additive manufacturing

Martins Obi1, Patrick Pradel2, Matt Sinclair3, Richard Bibb4, Mark Evans2

1: Coventry University, United Kingdom; 2: Loughborough University, United Kingdom; 3: Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom; 4: Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom



A proposal for guiding the selection of suitable DfAM support based on experiential knowledge

Pascal Schmitt, Lisa Siewert, Kilian Gericke

University of Rostock, Germany



A Bayesian expert system for additive manufacturing design assessment

Benedict Alexander Rogers, Neill Campbell, Mandeep Dhanda, Alexander James George Lunt, Elise Catherine Pegg, Vimal Dhokia

University of Bath, United Kingdom



Providing a knowledge-based design catalog as an approach to support the development of design for additive manufacturing skills

Gregory-Jamie Tüzün, Daniel Roth, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany

D426: INTEGRATING CAD WITH ADVANCED DESIGN METHODOLOGIES
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Detlef Gerhard, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
 

Engineering designers’ CAD performance when modelling from isometric and orthographic projections

Fanika Lukačević1,2, Niccolò Becattini2, Stanko Škec1

1: University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Automatic evaluation of the misplacement risk during manual assembly based on a CAD design

Alexander De Cock, Ncamisile Khanyile, Bieke Decraemer

Flanders Make, Belgium



Assessing yacht design processes: a comparison of traditional and integrated methodologies

Ludovico Ruggiero, Massimo Piccioni, Arianna Bionda

Politecnico di Milano, Design Department, Italy



Data-driven support for CAD parts modelling based on automated estimated production planning – approach and user research

Martin Erler1, Sebastian Langula1, Christian Wölfel1, Julia Schneider1, Christiane Kunath1, Michael Königs2

1: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; 2: FVP Aachen, Germany



A comparative study of VR CAD modelling tools for design

Aman Kukreja, Christopher Michael Jason Cox, James Gopsill, Chris Snider

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

12:30pm
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2:00pm
D4-L: LUNCH
Location: Restaurant Cavtat
2:00pm
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2:45pm
D4-P: PLENARY SESSION (Dr. David W. Rosen)
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Sandro Wartzack, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY

Dr. David W. Rosen

Professor Emeritus, Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Engineering, George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

2:45pm
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3:15pm
D4-B2: REFRESHMENT BREAK
3:15pm
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5:15pm
D431: ADVANCING DESIGN WITH GENERATIVE AI APPLICATIONS
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Tomislav Martinec, University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia
 

Generative large language models in engineering design: opportunities and challenges

Filippo Chiarello1, Simone Barandoni1, Marija Majda Škec2, Gualtiero Fantoni1

1: University of Pisa, Italy; 2: University of Zagreb Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Croatia



Inspiration or indication? Evaluating the qualities of design inspiration boards created using text to image generative AI

Charlie Ranscombe1, Linus Tan1, Mark Goudswaard2, Chris Snider2

1: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; 2: University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Integrating large language models for improved failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA): a framework and case study

Ibtissam El Hassani1,2, Tawfik Masrour1,2, Nouhan Kourouma1, Damien Motte3, Jože Tavčar3

1: Moulay Ismail University, Morocco; 2: University of Quebec at Rimouski, Canada; 3: Lund University, Sweden



Towards an automatic contradiction detection in requirements engineering

Alexander Elenga Gärtner, Dietmar Göhlich

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



Sketch2Prototype: rapid conceptual design exploration and prototyping with generative AI

Kristen M. Edwards, Brandon Man, Faez Ahmed

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America



Towards the extraction of semantic relations in design with natural language processing

Vito Giordano1,2, Marco Consoloni1,2, Filippo Chiarello1,2, Gualtiero Fantoni1,2

1: University of Pisa, Italy; 2: Business Engineering for Data Science Lab (B4DS), Italy

D432: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND SOCIAL INNOVATION IN EDUCATION
Location: Congress Hall Bobara
Chair: Neven Pavković, University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia
 

Bridging the green talent gap: a case study of product design education

Bernd Michael Weiss1,2,3, Mohamed Elnourani1, Didunoluwa Obilanade1,2, Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck1,2, Arjoo Arjoo1

1: Luleå University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Creaternity Aerospace Lab, Sweden; 3: Creaternity Space Lab, USA



Descriptive study of the integration of sustainability through the doughnut in an engineering training material

Alexis Lalevée1,2,3, Claudine Gillot1, Nadège Troussier1,4, Eric Blanco2,5

1: UR InSyTE, Université de Technologie de Troyes, France; 2: Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, G-SCOP, France; 3: Assystem, France; 4: Arts et Métiers ParisTech, France; 5: École de l'air et de l'espace, France



Proposing an SDGs education model: integrating design thinking and behavioral science “nudges” for high school students

Yanfang Zhang1, Leon Loh1, Moe Shimomura1, Noriko Takano2

1: Faculty of Design, Kyushu University, Japan; 2: Faculty of Medical Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan



A generative toolkit to help raise industrial design students’ awareness of low metal recycling rates

Konrad Schoch1,2, Fabian Hemmert1, Christa Liedtke1,2

1: University of Wuppertal, Germany; 2: Division Sustainable Production and Consumption, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany



The sustainability and social entrepreneurship fellowship: transdisciplinary and multicultural problem-based engineering education

Gordon Krauss1, Chris Rennick2, Nadine Ibrahim2, Sanjeev Bedi2

1: Harvey Mudd College, United States of America; 2: University of Waterloo, Canada



Driving sustainable mobility: a study of electric vehicle adoption in rural India

Aniruddh Dnyandeo Satpute, Parinita Rai, Prasad Onkar

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India

D433: MECHANICAL DESIGN ENHANCEMENTS - OPTIMISATION, ANALYSIS, AND PRACTICE
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 1
Chair: Shayne Gooch, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
 

Challenges in product variant costing – a case study

Morten Nørgaard, Jakob Meinertz Grønvald, Carsten Keinicke Fjord Christensen, Niels Henrik Mortensen

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Computing solution spaces for gear box design

Klara Ziegler1, Kutay Demir1, Thomas Luft2, Thomas Mucks3, Marius Fürst1, Michael Otto1, Karsten Stahl1, Birgit Vogel-Heuser1, Markus Zimmermann1

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 3: J.M. Voith SE & Co. KG | VTA, Germany



A review of hydraulic energy harvester designs – current practice and future improvements

Lorenzo Giunta, James Roscow, Jingqi Liu

University of Bath, United Kingdom



Approaches to reducing gear mass and their effects on gearing stresses and deformations

Dorian Vlašićek, Daniel Miler, Robert Mašović, Dragan Žeželj

University of Zagreb Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Croatia



Optimization of the potting design using an approach for load path optimized designs of sandwich structures

Johann Schellhorn, Lukas Schwan, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Design delusions and prototyping: eliciting the link between prototypes and product performance

Daniel Nygård Ege1, Mark Goudswaard2, James Gopsill2, Ben Hicks2, Martin Steinert1

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: University of Bristol, United Kingdom

D434: FACTORS INFLUENCING DESIGN CREATIVITY
Location: Congress Hall Orlando 2
Chair: Georgi V. Georgiev, University of Oulu, Finland
 

Mediators of the relationship between physical indoor spaces and individual creativity

Chris McTeague, Katja Thoring

Technical University of Munich, Germany



Characteristics of paralinguistic communication indicating pre-resonance during co-creative design grasped by decision tree analysis

Karen Shichijo, Akane Matsumae

Kyushu University, Japan



Assessment of structuredness of problems in design

Sanjay Singh, Amaresh Chakrabarti

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India



Gender differences in design creativity

Virginia Tiradentes Souto1, Luciane Maria Fadel2, Carla Galvão Spinillo3

1: University of Brasilia, Brazil; 2: Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil; 3: Federal University of Paraná, Brazil



The imperative of assessing negative creativity in design: a multi-dimensional approach

Petra Badke-Schaub1, Katja Thoring2, Harald Schaub3, Roland M. Mueller4

1: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 3: IABG Ottobrunn, Germany; 4: Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany



Factors that determine design similarity

Kazuko Sakamoto1, Yuya Kinzuka2

1: Hosei University, Japan; 2: Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan

D435: STANDARDISATION, REPRESENTATION, AND AUTOMATION OF DESIGN INFORMATION
Location: Congress Hall Konavle
Chair: Filip Valjak, University of Zagreb Faculty of Architecture, Croatia
 

How to facilitate comparability among product models: applying a standardizing description approach

Lukas Paehler, Sven Matthiesen

IPEK - Institute of Product Engineering at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Enhancing design representations of information and knowledge of complex and long-living assets by applying system modelling techniques

Fabian Niklas Laukotka, Markus Christian Berschik, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Supporting the digital thread through the principles of complementarity

Yana Brovar, Saina Sadeghzadeh, Clement Fortin

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia



Introducing a multipliable BOM-based automatic definition of information retrieval in plant engineering

Max Layer1, Sebastian Neubert1, Ralph Stelzer2

1: Siemens Energy Global GmbH & Co.KG, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



Automatic knowledge graph creation from engineering standards using the example of formulas

Janosch Luttmer, Mostafa Kandel, Dominik Ehring, Arun Nagarajah

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



Enhancing the IFM framework based on a meta-analysis of other design methods

Merlin Krüger, Kilian Gericke, Stefan Zorn

University of Rostock, Germany

D436: DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCED USER EXPERIENCE
Location: Congress Hall Šipun
Chair: Weston Baxter, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
 

The connection between impressions, user experience and design specifications in technology-driven products

Fatma Nur Gokdeniz Zeynali1, Ekrem Cem Alppay2

1: Ondokuz Mayıs University, Turkey; 2: Istanbul Technical University, Turkey



User involvement in the design of complex digital tools for employees in a large organisation

Anya Petyaeva, Joy Goodman-Deane, P. John Clarkson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



An integrated survey-simulation approach for exoskeleton performance estimation

Niccolò Becattini, Luca Patriarca, Diego Scaccabarozzi, Paolo Parenti, Andrea Dal Prete, Marta Gandolla

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Territorial design: ethological design or political design or both?

Stéphanie Hémon, Annie Gentès

CY ecole de design, France



Data-informed design in the automotive industry: customer acceptance study in Sweden and China on radical car design

Kostas Stylidis1, Bastian Quattelbaum2, Florian Konrad3, Joe Simpson4, Samuel Lorin5, Rikard Söderberg1

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Hochschule Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 3: Geely Design Global, Sweden; 4: Volvo Cars Corporation, Sweden; 5: Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre, Sweden



Possession and dispossession: a dual phenomenon in digital artefacts

Pranati Kompella, Neelakantan Keshavan

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India

5:30pm
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6:15pm
D4-C: CLOSING AND AWARDS
Location: Congress Hall Ragusa
Chair: Tim C. McAloone, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
  • A WORD FROM THE DESIGN SOCIETY
    Gaetano Cascini - President of the Design Society (Politecnico di Milano)
  • DESIGN SCIENCE JOURNAL DISTINGUISHED PAPER AWARDS
    Panos Y. Papalambros - Editor-in-Chief of the Design Science Journal (University of Michigan)

  • DESIGN 2024 CONFERENCE REFLECTION
    Tim C. McAloone – Programme Chair (Technical University of Denmark)
8:00pm
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10:00pm
D4-FP: FAREWELL PARTY

 
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