Call for abstracts | PLATE 2017 Conference | Delft University, the Netherlands

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PLATE Conference 2017 – call for papers
8 – 10 November 2017, Delft University, the Netherlands
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Following the success of the the first PLATE Conference, which took place at NTU in 2015, we are pleased to inform you that PLATE is not only continuing, but also expanding internationally. The second PLATE conference will be hosted by the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. spacer.png Delft logo
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Call for papers

PLATE 2017 will embrace a multidisciplinary perspective including design, geography, history, anthropology and culture, technology, business, economics, marketing, consumer behaviour, law, and public policy. Specifically, Delft welcomes submissions of abstracts (up to 1,000 words) for proposed papers on the following and related themes:

  • design for product longevity
  • the role of product lifetimes in resource efficiency
  • product lifetimes optimisation
  • cultural perspectives on the throwaway society
  • circular economy and product lifetimes
  • business opportunities, economic implications and marketing strategies
  • consumer influences on product lifetimes, including repair and reuse
  • policy, regulation and legislation
  • open themes.

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Important dates

  • December 2016: Conference registration opens
  • Friday 13 January 2017: Submission of abstracts for proposed papers
  • End of February 2017: Acceptance of proposals will be announced
  • Friday 9 June 2017: Final papers and posters due

Conference schedule

  • Wednesday 8 November: Day 1 – opening reception
  • Thursday 9 November: Day 2 – banquet dinner
  • Friday 10 November: Day 3 – farewell drinks

The PLATE committee encourages scholars and practitioners – at every level from graduate student to seasoned scholar – to begin planning your contribution to PLATE 2017. Please feel free to inform and invite other people who might be interested in submitting an extended abstract. We also welcome workshop proposals, and a call for these will be announced early in 2017.

In the meantime, if you have any queries and informal expressions of interest, please email plate2017 to contact the PLATE 2017 conference team.

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UNSW Industrial Design Graduate Exhibition 2015

 

The Industrial Design Graduands of 2015 invite you to the opening of FORM15. Please come to view the exhibition and celebrate the culmination of our dedication, passion and hard work in the new Michael Crouch Innovation Centre at UNSW.

Opening Date: 17th November 2015 Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Exhibition Date: 17th – 21st November 2015

Time: 10.00am – 6.00pm

Venue: Michael Crouch Innovation Centre, UNSW, Kensington Campus.

FORM15 UNSW ID exhibition-3

IDEN Issue #3 launch at Gaffa Gallery, Sydney

Join us for the launch of IDEN Issue #3 at the opening of Berto Pandolfo’s exhibition ay Gaffa Gallery, Sydney next Thursday.

September 3, 6pm

Gaffa Gallery
281 Clarence Street, Sydney CBD, NSW 2000
http://www.gaffa.com.au/Visit

IDEN #3 preview or full journal at Issuu

Jobs: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer on Design Innovation/Management

Loughborough University London’s Institute for Design Innovation is looking to attract an outstanding colleague to be a part of this exciting new post-graduate campus development on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park http://www.lborolondon.ac.uk/ . We are seeking someone with an interest in Design Management, Transformational Design, Design Innovation, Design Strategy, and Design Thinking. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. or equivalent experience, a research profile including presenting/publishing internationally and will have the potential to deliver an innovative research programme and to contribute to the development and delivery of the taught Masters programmes which will commence in September 2015. The successful candidate will also have experience delivering project based learning supported by external organisations.

Senior Lecturer in Design Innovation/Management: REQ15323 http://bit.ly/1JDa3lT

Lecturer in Design Innovation/Management: REQ15324 http://bit.ly/1Pyzeee

Interviews will be held on 25/26 June 2015 in Loughborough

Dr Erik Bohemia

Loughborough University

http://www.lborolondon.ac.uk/

+44 778.639.0053

e.bohemia

Design Coordinator – Michael Crouch Innovation Centre UNSW

  • One of Australia’s leading research & teaching universities
  • At UNSW, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come to do their best work.
  • A$83,913 – A$90,819 per year (plus 17% employer superannuation and leave loading)

The Michael Crouch Innovation Centre will operate from a 360 square metre flexible space on the ground floor of UNSW’s newest building located at the epicentre of the campus’ science, technology, and law and business precinct. A green-field concept for UNSW, the focus of MCIC is lifting student innovation at UNSW to the next level. Building upon UNSW’s renowned links with industry and business and rapidly expanding initiatives in student enterprise, social innovation, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship, the MCIC will house collaborative innovation spaces with state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure (including a Makerspace) for students to ideate, incubate, unleash creativity, workshop and prototype to solve important problems for Australia and the world.

About the role

The Design Coordinator is a unique position as both a “technical service provider” and an “experience maker” in the Centre. The Design Coordinator will engage with MCIC users from all disciplines, provide technical support and facilitate users’ ideas in building small-scale prototypes.

About you

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Completed a relevant degree (Design, Engineering, Fine Art, Industrial Design) with subsequent industrial/educational experience.
  • Experience of teaching or instructing in an industrial workshop or Makerspace environment.
  • Strong and creative problem solving and troubleshooting skills
  • An intellectually curious, creative, proactive, dynamic and engaging personality with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

This is a full time role fixed term for a period of three years.

You should systematically address the selection criteria in your application.

Download Position Description

Application close: 17 May 2015

Want to find out more about this position?

Ms Fiona Schaut

Phone: +61 0404 441 913

Email: f.tschaut