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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 04/Aug/2020
9:00am
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9:15am
Day 2 Welcome: Carole Bilson, President, Design Management Institute
9:15am
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10:00am
Tuesday Keynote
 

The Changing Face of Design Education

Angela Bains

Assistant Professor, OCAD University / Strategic Director, TransformExp.com, Canada

10:00am
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11:00am
Track 3 Session 1
 

Empathetic proximity: A comparison of LEGO serious play, Scene-it (SAP) and design ethnography in gathering rich user-centred data in low resource conditions

Jo'Anne Langham1, Neil Paulsen1, Chrystia Chudczak2

1: University of Queensland, Australia; 2: University of Ottawa, Canada



Research on the Future Strategies and Visions of Design Education, Focusing on Comparison Between Britain, the Nordic countries, Germany, the U.S.A. and Australia

Hyeon Jin An1, Bo Ram Park2

1: Hongik University, IDAS, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Hongik University, IDAS, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



A Study on the Educational Effectiveness of Design Thinking for Enhancing Creative Competency, Convergence Competency and Entrepreneurship of University Students in South Korea

Eugene Lim1, Seyoung Kim2, Bokyung Kim3, Hyunjin Lim4

1: Seoul National University of Science & Technology, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Sogang University; 3: Seoul Women's College of Nursing; 4: Korea Productivity Center



Designing Healthy Promotional Solutions for the Elderly in Taiwan

YIPEI WU

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

11:00am
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11:35am
Track 3 Session 2
 

Innovation by Design for Smart Cities

Christof Breidenich, Fabian Coenradie, Britta Lelgemann

Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Germany



Shaping the Hospital of the Future. Improve the user experience in the Public Healthcare Sector through Service Design Education.

Angela Giambattista1, Loredana Di Lucchio1, Mariia Zolotova2

1: Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; 2: Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University



Service design Thinking and Organisational Change in the Public Sector

Renate Aakerhielm

Sodertorn University, Sweden

11:35am
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12:00pm
Day 2: Morning Q&A
12:00pm
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12:30pm
Day 2: Break
12:30pm
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1:15pm
Day 2: R+B: Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania + University of Pennsylvania
 

Patient Safety Learning Lab (PSLL)

Daria Ferro. MD.1, Julia Lin2

1: Pediatrician and Clinical Informatician at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP); 2: Healthcare Designer, IPD, University of Pennsylvania, USA

1:15pm
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1:30pm
Track 3 Session 3
 

The role of creative facilitation in the ‘wicked problem’: the aging society

Hilary Jane Collins

The Open University, UK

1:30pm
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2:10pm
Track 3 Session 4
 

Product- Service Systems applied to reusable packaging systems: a strategic design tool

Yuan Long, Fabrizio Ceschin, Mansour Noha, David Harrison

Brunel University London, UK



Co-designing the Knowledge Management Model

Pia Tamminen1, Marina Weck1, Fernando A.F. Ferreira2,3

1: HAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland; 2: University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal; 3: Fogelman College of Business and Economics, University of Memphis, USA



Innovation by doing: Reconstructing current industrial design education through a collaboration of global industry partners

Anna Kabjin Kim

Carleton University, Canada

2:10pm
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2:30pm
Day 2: Afternoon Q&A #1
2:30pm
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3:40pm
Track 3 Session 5
 

Apply Humanity-centered Design Process to Envision the Future Learning Experience of Public Area – Use “Redesign Shanghai Library Innovation Space Project” as an Example

Sheng-Hung Lee1,2, John Rudnik2, Lin Lin3, Liangtie Tang3, Deming Zhou3

1: MIT Integrated Design & Management (IDM); 2: MIT AgeLab; 3: Shanghai Library



Touch and Go: Fast Interprofessional Collaboration Relief

Steven John Doehler, Jeanine Goodin

University of Cincinnati, USA



Design management for wicked problems: Towards systemic theories of change through systemic design

Ryan J. A. Murphy1, Peter Jones2

1: Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada; 2: OCAD University, Canada



Preventing discrimination and hate | A design-led approach to youth development

Hina Shahid, Robert Fee

Project Pluralist, USA



Sustainable Design Thinking

Shruti Parikh

Noukraft, United States of America

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

 
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