新闻

开放注册|第五届“新兴实践”设计教育与研究大会 “设计 × 复杂性”

Please scroll down for English version.


自2012年起,同济大学设计创意学院每年秋季都会举办“同济设计周”活动,作为上海设计周的学术版块。其中“新兴实践”会议(EPC)是一个聚焦设计研究与教育的学术会议,至今已是第五个年头。这个会议曾先后围绕以下主题展开过一系列深入的讨论:设计的专业、价值与途径;开放设计;发展中;设计行动主义。“新兴实践”系列会议从设计研究、设计教育和设计实践角度探讨了变革时代下,设计的新角色、新使命、新问题和新方法。

今年的新兴实践会议的主题是“设计×复杂性”,重点讨论应对复杂社会技术系统的设计。该会议是2014年、2015年 “新兴实践”会议后发布的“设计X,一条未来设计的新路径”以及“设计X,复杂社会技术系统”的再一次回应。

会议将于2016年10月13-16日在同济大学召开。

 

  注册费用标准  

会议组合

会议          

费用  

内容

Plan A

设计研究与教育中文会议

1000元

10月13、14日会议。其中,13日会议午餐和晚餐由主办方提供。

Plan B

设计X复杂性英文会议

2000元

10月14、15、16日会议。其中,15、16日午餐由主办方提供。

Plan C

中、英文会议

2500元

10月13、14、15、16日会议。其中,13日午餐和晚餐,15、16日午餐由主办方提供。

注:会议期间,除特别注明外,食宿自理。

学生五折,限120名(建议硕士和博士研究生,领取会议资料时需出示学生证)。

 

  

 注册方式  


1.   银行汇款注册

汇款账号

户名:同济大学

账号:0332-6708-0170-04675

开户银行:农行上海市五角场支行营业部


  • 请在汇款时备注“同济设计周,参会人姓名”。例如“同济设计周,张三”。(请注意:有时汇款人并非参会人本人,这种情况请一定填写参会人姓名。)

  • 汇款成功后,请将汇款回执的扫描件或照片以jpg/pdf的格式发送至大会邮箱:emergingpractices@tongji.edu.cn。邮件名为“单位名称+参会人姓名+汇票号码”,如需发票请在邮件里详细说明。

  • 银行汇款注册截止日期为2016年10月08日。



2.   现场注册

注:现场注册可刷pos机或者现金支付,须提前网上报名

网上报名链接 http://form.mikecrm.com/OXiaVM


现场注册时间

  • 2016年10月12日(15:00 -21:00)

  • 2016年10月13-15日(8:00-10:00)(16:00-19:00)          


 现场注册地点

       同济大学设计创意学院

        杨浦四平路1230号(可从阜新路281号进入)

        地铁10号线同济大学站2号出口


联系方式:

应老师

电话: 13918928075

邮箱:emergingpractices@tongji.edu.cn


更多日程信息和嘉宾介绍,请点击:

设计周之最重磅 · 4天快速更新你的设计观

2016 同济设计周 —“新挑战”

导览 | 第五届“新兴实践”设计教育与研究会议






“Design in Complexity”

Emerging Practices:

Design Research and Education Conference 2016

———————————————


October 13–16, 2016

Every autumn, the Tongji University College of Design and Innovation organizes a small, highly interactive conference on design research and design education titled “Emerging Practices” (EPC). Since the first EPC in 2012, this has become an annual forum for debates on such themes as new practices, values, and approaches arising in design and design education; open design; influences on developing practices; DesignX; and design activism.


The main theme of EPC this year is “Design in Complexity.” It will continue and expand the conversation initiated by the DesignX Manifesto in 2014. This conversation developed further in a two-day DesignX workshop hosted by Tongji University in 2015. The first DesignX Manifesto articulated the nature of working in and with complex sociotechnical systems, attempting to explore the framework for designers to address such issues. The follow-up DesignX workshop explored the principles of working with such systems, highlighted the importance and difficulty of implementing solutions to DesignX problems. It sparked a lively discussion that we will continue this year.


The 5th Emerging Practices Conference will be hosted by Tongji University College of Design and Innovation from October 13 to 15, 2016.


We are standing at the point where the design field attempts to enter, intervene, and hopefully improve the complex systems with which designers increasingly interact. For meaningful impact on the real world, designers must seek new knowledge and practices at the intersection of different fields. This year, we gather here to share and discuss a set of emerging cases, addressing issues arising from areas including government policy, healthcare, transportation, public space, industrial transformation, etc. Hopefullythese cases will demonstrate concrete approaches to improving complex sociotechnical systems. We look forward to using these cases as the starting point to reflect on the following key questions:


What are the difficulties and advantages of designing in, through, or for complexity? How does designing in complexity re-shape the design process? Do we have effective tools and methods to cope with complexity? Can we provide evidence to support the impact of design on complex systems?


We are honored to announce that the following distinguished guests will participate in the conference (in order of appearance):


Zhilei XU | Academician, Chinese Academy of Engineering, China

Renke HE | Dean, Professor, School of Design, Hunan University, China

Haiyan WU | Dean, Professor, School of Design, China Academy of Art, China

Ping XU | Professor, China Central Academy of Fine Arts, China

Linghao ZHANG | Dean, Professor, School of Design, Jiangnan University, China

Lixin LI | Director of the editorial office of Journal of Nanjing Arts Institute; Executive Editor of Journal of Nanjing Arts Institute—Fine Arts & Design; Professor, Najing Arts Institute, China

Yingqing XU | Professor, Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua University, China

Xiewei SONG | Dean, Professor, China Central Academy of Fine Arts, China

Yongqi LOU | Dean, Professor, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China

Xiaofeng FANG | Editor-in-Chief of Zhuangshi, Professor, Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua University, China

Jiang CHEN| Dean, Professor, School of Industrial Design, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, China

Jiajia CHEN | Head of Department of Industrial Design, Najing Arts Institute, China

Jiang XU | Vice Dean, Research Fellow, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China

Hai FANG | Dean, Professor, School of Arts & Design, Guangdong University of Technology, China

Chao ZHAO | Associate Professor, Head of Department of Industrial Design, Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua University, China

Lingyun SUN | Professor, Zhejiang University, China

Xihui Sylvia LIU | Assistant Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Jin MA | Managing Editor of She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation; Associate Research Fellow, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China

Mingjie ZHU | PhD candidate, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University and School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Dongjin SONG | PhD candidate, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University

Michael Lissack|Director, Institute for the Study of Coherence and Emergence (ISCE), USA

Patrick Whitney | Professor, Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), USA

Yrjö Sotamaa | Professor Emeritus, Aalto University School of Art and Design, Finland

Michael Thomas | Anthropologist, designer, Head of HMI China, Ford, USA

Xiaofeng SONG | CEO, 021 Incubator, China

Xiaohong YIN | PhD student, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China; strategic designer

Kai HUANG | PhD, New Product Planning Manager, Medtronic, China

Yubei GONG | PhD student, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China; strategic designer; anthropologist; Innovation strategist

Alfred Wong | Design Stratrgist, Continuum, China

Richard Buchanan | Professor of Design, Management and Innovation, Weatherhead School of ManagementCase Western Reserve University, USA;Chair Professor of Design Theory, Practice, and Entrepreneurship, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China

Sooshin Choi | Provost & Vice President, Professor of Design, College for Creative Studies (CCS), USA

Tim Scanlon | Head of Global Engagement, Education Experiences, Autodesk, Inc., USA

Clare Brass | Head of SustainRCA, Director of SEED Foundation, Royal College of Art, UK 

Nan CAO | Professor, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China      

Ling FAN | Research Fellow, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China; Founder and CEO, Tezign.com

Sabine Junginger | PhD, Head of Competency Center Design and Management, University of Applied Sciences Lucerne, Switzerland

Mariana Amatullo | PhD, Vice President and Co-Founder, Designmatters Department, ArtCenter College of Design, USA


DAY ONE

 ———————————————

October 13

“Chinese Perspectives in Design Research and Education”

Emerging Practices:

Design Research and Education Conference 2016

Language: Chinese




DAY TWO

 ———————————————

October 14


Workshops & Conversations

Emerging Practices:

Design Research and Education Conference 2016

 Language: Chinese+English

d2.png



DAY THREE & FOUR

 ———————————————

October 15-16

“Design in Complexity”

Emerging Practices:

Design Research and Education Conference 2016

 Language: English


D3.png

Registration Fee Standard


OCT 15th–16th

2000 rmb/person(including lunch for Oct. 15th and 16th)

For students:

50% off,120 students only(suggestion: master degree and above)


Online Registration

Please inform us of your registration by mailing to emergingpractices@tongji.edu.cn after payment of the registration fee. Make sure the bank remittance voucher is carefully kept. You will receive a confirmation message if you have successfully registered. Please indicate your name, organization, and contact information in the message and enclose the bank remittance voucher. If you need an invoice, please indicate in your mail the invoice title and content.

Please note the deadline for online registration is 8th. October 2016. To secure your place of participation, registration before 1 October 2016 is strongly recommended.


Bank Remittance Information

Beneficiary Bank: Bank of China, Shanghai Branch

23, Zhongshan Road (E.1) Shanghai, 200002, P. R. China

Swift code: BKCHCNBJ300

Beneficiary: Tongji University

Beneficiary Bank Account No.: 433859245525

Please leave the remark “For Tongji Design Week 2016” while conducting bank remittance.


当前位置

首页 >  新闻 >  通知

发布时间

2016/9/12

发布者

设计创意学院办公室

分享

更多新闻
More in News

关注 D&I

链接 Links

联系 Contact

dioffice@tongji.edu.cn
电话 +86 21 65983432
传真 +86 21 65983432
上海市杨浦区阜新路281号
同济大学设计创意学院

沪ICP备05032680号