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13 June, 2000

List of Authors and Titles in their Sessions - La Cluza

Session 1: Philosophies and theories of design

Design knowledge: context, content and continuity

Ken Friedman

Towards a poetics of designing

Keith Russell

Design as being in service

Harold Nelson & Erik Stolterman

Design and existential meaning

Jan Verwijnen

A philosophical home for design

Charles Owen

A meta-theoretical basis for design theory

Terence Love

Propositions of human-centeredness: A philosophy for design

Klaus Krippendorff

An interpretive-contextual framework for research in and through design

Jill Franz

Meanwhile, back on the ranch…

Cal Swann

The foundations of interaction design: Philosophy and the ecology of design culture

Richard Buchanan

Design and evolution

John Broadbent & Steve Harfield

Design as a discipline

Nigel Cross

Toward a philosophy of science for design research. An heuristic approach

Johan Olaisen & Ken Friedman

How design creates value: some elements of a research program

Tore Kristensen

Designing in a situated domain. Design competence as the result of context-specific sociotechnical relationships. The "Sistema Design Italia" case.

Stefano Maffei & Francesco Zurlo

On reason and habit: An Aristotelian approach to design theory

Susan Stewart

Session 2: Foundations and methods of design research

Constructing knowledge of design, part 1: Understanding concepts in design research

Keiichi Sato

Constructing knowledge of design, part 2: Questions – an approach to design research

Sharon Helmer Poggenpohl

Research methods for design science research

John S Gero

The integrated conglomerate approach: A suggestion for a generic model of design research

Birger Sevaldson

Patterns of visual perception

Norman Sheehan

Pedagogy with primates: Exploring the craft of fieldwork and user-centered design through the study of animals and their environments

Christena Nippert-Eng

Some experiences in creating the foundation and methods of design research in Finland

Pirkko Anttila

Sokalled language theory: Lessons for the philosophy of science from urban design?

Marion Roberts & Fergus Carnegie

On method: the problem of objectivity

Michael A R Biggs

Knowledge of context and its benefits for design professions

Stephen Awoniyi

Researching designing: Cycles of design research

Robert Jerrard

Theoretical perspectives, design research and the PhD thesis

Terence Love

Complexity, uncertainty, adaptability: Reflections around design research

Silvia Pizzocaro

Session 3: Form and structure for the doctorate in design

A background to doctoral awards

Bruce Archer

Theoretical perspectives in the PhD thesis: How many?

Terence Love

Art and technology: A new unit?

Pelle Ehn & Carl Henrik Svenstedt

New structures of design education as basis for doctoral a thesis in design

Ralph Bruder

The development of research education and training in art and design: A personal view

Darren Newbury

Journeymen and salarymen; Design doctorates in Japan

John P. Shackleton & Kazuo Sugiyama

Not everything made of steel is a battleship

John Langrish

A turning point: The very first PhD program in industrial design in Taiwan

Kuohsiang Chen

Design in the UK: Some reflections on the emerging PhD

David Durling

Initiating an interdisciplinary doctoral program: Perspectives from a new program

Michael D. Kroelinger & Jacques R. Giard

Leading the field or behind the times? Doctoral research in typography and graphic communication

Sue Walker

Universities and design research

Vasco A. Branco, João Branco, Carlos Aguiar Pinto & Francisco Providência

Myth or reality: architectural research

Donald Dunbar

Form and structure of the doctorate in design: Prelude to a multilogue

Ken Friedman

Session 4: The relationship between practice and research

Problems and benefits of building a research-based design curriculum

Lorraine Justice

Towards the operationalisation of design research as reflection in and on action and practice

Stephen AR Scrivener

Knowledge and the artefact

Chris Rust, Scott Hawkins, Graham Whiteley, Adrian Wilson & James Roddis

Educating the practice-based researcher: Developing new environments for collaborative and constructive learning

Julian Malins & Carole Gray

Grounding research in practice

Sidney Newton & Tim Marshall

What could art learn from design, what might design learn fUse of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at E:\listplex\SYSTEM\SCRIPTS\filearea.cgi line 455, line 289. rom art? Some practice-based art doctorates.

Beryl Graham

Activity theory in a "trading zone" for design research and practice

Judith Gregory

Design research and the wealth of nations. Reflections on the interaction of design research and national policies of research, innovation and industry

Pekka Korvenmaa

Triad collaboration between school, industry and government for bridging research and practice in design

Kun-Pyo Lee

Research by design

John Redmond

Artifact versus text in design research

Lars-Henrik Stahl

Experiencing architecture: From practice to research

Henrika Ojala

Cross-functional and inter-disciplinary integration for doctoral education in design: Theory and experience.

Brynjulf Tellefsen