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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 03/Aug/2020
9:00am
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9:15am
Day 1 Welcome: Carole Bilson, President, Design Management Institute
9:15am
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10:00am
Monday Keynote
 

Future of Design Education: Closing the Gap

Karel Vredenburg

Director, Global Academic Programs, IBM Design

10:00am
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11:00am
Track 1 Session 1: Design Research-Led Innovation
 

The outside-inside-out workshop for the innovation of meaning

Satoru Goto, Fei Yitong, Kazaru Yaegashi

Ritsumeikan University, Japan



Simulating collective creativity in a digital environment

Jo'Anne Langham, Neil Paulsen

University of Queensland, Australia



The challenge of integrating data analysis and design thinking: a case study from a Japanese big data company

Yuriko Sawatani1, Marie Goto2, Katsumi Ishizuka3

1: NUCB Business School, Japan; 2: Design for All; 3: Yahoo Japan



Spinning in helices: design and the question of value

Philip Ely1, Louis Geneste2

1: School of Design and the Built Environment, Curtin University, Australia; 2: School of Management, Curtin University, Australia

11:00am
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11:40am
Track 1 Session 2
 

Exploring Communication and Collaboration in Two Multi-Stakeholder Design Thinking Tracks

Claudia Louisa Adriana van den Boom, Rens. G. A. Brankaert, Yuan Lu

University of Technology Eindhoven, Netherlands, The



The Bonding Gap Between Proficient Designers and Their Prototypes

Birgit Jobst1,2, Katja Thoring1,2, Petra Badke-Schaub1

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



Recognizing Strategic and Operational Differences in Product Design Praxis: Workflows for Innovative Product Development

Wayne Chung

Carnegie Mellon University, USA

11:40am
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12:00pm
Day 1: Morning Q&A
12:00pm
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12:30pm
Day 1: Break
12:30pm
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1:15pm
Day 1: R+B: adidas + University of Portland, Oregon, USA
 

What We Didn’t Know We Didn’t Know Industry-led Collaboration for Developing Design Curriculum: The adidas and University of Portland, Oregon, USA Experience

Ian Parkman1, Pete Stolpe2

1: Associate Professor of Marketing, University of Portland; 2: Senior Category Manager, adidas, USA

1:15pm
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1:30pm
Track 1 Session 3
 

Transforming Methods for Ethics and Equity in Professional Design Practice

Jessica Jacobs

Columbia College Chicago, USA

1:30pm
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2:30pm
Track 1 Session 4
 

Bridging Gaps

Tod Corlett

Thomas Jefferson University, USA



The role of Industrial Designers skills within entrepreneurial teams

Laura Elisabet Casasbuenas Quiroga

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia



Development of data-based personas for user-centered design of the connected home

Chaiwoo Lee, John Rudnik, Maryam FakhrHosseini, Sheng-Hung Lee, Joseph F. Coughlin

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA



Using a Codesign Workshop to Make an Impact with Codesign Research

Jennifer Watts-Englert1, Emily Yang2

1: Paychex and Rochester Institute of Technology; 2: Paychex, USA

2:30pm
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2:45pm
Day 1: Afternoon Q&A #1
2:45pm
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3:40pm
Track 1 Session 5
 

A Systematic Thinking Design Research Approach Combining the ConOps with Design Scenario – Use Commercial Cislunar Space Development Project as an Example

Sheng-Hung Lee1,2, John Rudnik2, Chaiwoo Lee2, Shabnam Fakhr Hosseini2, Olivier L. de Weck3, Joseph F. Coughlin2, Jonathan Chapman4

1: MIT Integrated Design & Management (IDM); 2: MIT AgeLab; 3: MIT Aeronautics and Astronautics and Engineering Systems; 4: Carnegie Mellon University School of Design, USA



From Self-Advocacy to Public History: Building Collaborative Capacity among Remote Communities

Neha Mann, Brooke Brandewie

University of Cincinnati, USA



Mediating Piatt Park: Addressing Crime Prone Public Spaces through Design Research

Sebastian Ramirez, Neha Mann, Claudia Rebola

University of Cincinnati, USA



Using Project Inflection Points to Teach Design Thinking

Sarah Zuberec1, Jennifer Watts-Englert2

1: University of Washington; 2: Rochester Institute of Technology and Paychex, USA

3:40pm
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3:55pm
Day 1: Afternoon Q&A #2
3:55pm
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4:05pm
Day 1 Closing

 
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