Changing Atmospheres in Interaction Design
This PhD project will investigate how computer technology can be used to rethink the concept of furniture and discover new aesthetic potential by developing prototypes.
- Sofie Kinch, Aarhus School of Architecture
Co-design: Performativity, intervention and dialogue
This PhD project aims to contribute to rethinking and developing ‘co-design’ as a field of research in design research – national and internationally.
- Maria Foverskov, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design
Framing the Body
The PhD project aims to contribute new knowledge to the field of fashion about its own design methodology and the role of this methodology in forming a professional identity.
- Framing the Body, Kolding School of Design
Game-based Design With an Emphasis on Paediatric Patients’ Emotional Values
This PhD project aims to examine whether game-based design and new forms of story-telling can be designed and structured to enable the use of computer games for acquiring knowledge about children’s emotional experiences at the beginning of (and throughout) their hospital stay.
- Eva Knutz, Kolding School of Design
High Impact: The Intersection of Technology, Business and Human Values
The aim of this research project is to investigate and develop strategic design methodologies and tools in a Danish context. Coupled to this will be the investigation of communication and cooperation methods and tools in multidisciplinary teams.
- Brett Patching, Aarhus School of Architecture
Kinaesthetic, Empathetic Interaction
The project focuses on how to support and qualify the design of interactive products and installations that take their starting point in bodily empathy; in other words physical interaction conditional on the physical actions of other participants.
- Maiken Hillerup Fogtmann, Aarhus School of Architecture
New Houses With Soul?
This PhD projects aims to generate new knowledge about the factors that add value to our built environment and about the interaction of design, branding and use.
- Marie Stender, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design
The Daily Grind
An Inventory of Contemporary Architectures of the »Enterprising Self«.
Investigations into Generic Architectures for Living, Playing and Working; Towards Architecture of Configurability?
- Andreas Rumpfhuber, Danish Centre for Design Research