Doctoral Consortium

The DIS 2016 Doctoral Consortium (DC) is a full-day event, which takes place on 4 June 2016. The participants will have opportunities to present their projects to and engage in dynamic exchanges with their peers and the panel members in a stimulating, open, and safe environment. The DC is only open to the selected participants.

Panel members include:

  • Dr Gabriela Avram (University of Limerick, Ireland)
  • Dr Simon Bowen (Newcastle University, UK)
  • Dr Michael Muller (IBM, US)

and the Doctoral Consortium Chairs:

  • Dr Jaz Hee-jeong Choi (QUT, Australia)
  • Prof. Ann Light (University of Sussex, UK)

dc [AT] dis2016.org

Students accepted into the Doctoral Consortium

  • Richard Byrne (RMIT): Designing Digital Vertigo Games
  • Jean Ho Chu (Georgia Tech): Design Space for Tangible and Embodied Interaction with Cultural Heritage
  • Cally Gatehouse (Northumbria University): Critical Design As Networked Counter Public
  • Noura Howell (UC Berkeley): Representation & Interpretation of Biosensing
  • Gillian McCarthy (Victoria University of Wellington): Design for Type 1 – How Adolescents’ Medical Technology-Related Experiences Can Inform Design
  • Heather McKinnon (Queensland University of Technology): The [Everyday] Future by Design. Opportunities for the Design Exploration of Everyday Sustainability
  • Jesús Muñoz-Alcántara (Eindhoven University of Technology): Asynchronous creative collaboration in distributed design teams
  • Saud Nassir (University of Technology Sydney): Positive Ageing – Probing and Designing in Saudi Arabia
  • Karin Niemantsverdriet (Eindhoven University of Technology): Multi-user Interaction with Domestic Lighting Systems