RSD5 Chair. Peter Jones: Proceedings are the result of the dialogue and discursive process within the community of practice, and while it follows peer review within an extended reviewer panel, it differs from the traditional scientific publication process.
Systemic Design for Social Complexity
"RSD5 featured 50 presentations that focus on design problems of sustainable business, good governance, social services, urban design, healthcare services, human flourishing, and the intersections of these domains."
– Peter Jones, Chair RSD5 >
RSD5 photographs by George Wang and Roberto Andrade Selibe. They can be viewed and downloaded at the RSD Symposium Flickr site.
The RSD publications process contains five steps, creating long term engagement, a low entry threshold, and a high level of the final output:
- submission and peer-reviewing of abstracts
- presentations and dialogues at the RSD symposium
- post-production and submission of working papers
- publication of the symposium proceedings with SDRN as the publisher
- publication of selected fully developed and peer-reviewed scientific papers in an external publishing channel
RSD5 Download & Print
RSD5 Book of Abstracts will be posted soon
RSD5 Publication Page
RSD5 Keynote. Paul Pangaro: I am responsible for what I see.
Demoscopio Culture: How do we Empower and Liberate Citizen’s Voices in Designing their own Social Systems?
RSD5 Keynote. Aleco Christakis & Maria Kakoulaki: An emerging centre of civic innovation, co-created and self-organized by citizen collaboration.
Facilitators: Jerry Koh and Claire Buré, MaRS Solutions Lab
Facilitators: Susu Nousala, David Ing, and Peter Jones – Tongji U., Aalto U, and OCADU
Facilitators: Ana Matic and Goran Matic
Facilitators: Kristel Van Ael, Philippe Vandenbroeck, Peters, and Gentile Namahn
Facilitator: Stephen Sillett, Aiding Dramatic Change in Development (ADCID)