Jotte de Koning, Peter Jones, Praveen Nahar, Jonathan Rhomm, Birger Sevaldson, Sahil Thappa, and Evan Barba
Category: Format: Plenaries & Panels
Format: Plenaries & Panels
Meg Leta Jones, Maggie Little, and Jonathan Healey
Scholar + Practitioner + Observers
Climate Justice Field School Collective
Sean Geobey, Maryam Mohiuddin Ahmed, Gryphon Loubier, Sergio Nava-Lara, Katey Park, and Dilek Sayedahmed
Jake Blok, Anouk Geenen, Ander de Keijzer, Rosa Louwerse, Wina Smeenk, and Ben Wagner
Ray Ison, Gyuchan Thomas Jun, and Rebecca Cain
Social Innovation Canada
Yadira Ornelas & David Sanchez
Robert E. Horn, Mari Suoheimo, Birger Sevaldson, and Floor Kist
Harvey Cortés Martínez, Juan Pablo Arenas Vargas, Robinson Alexander De Lavalle Herrera, Sergio Ramírez, Juan de la Rosa
Perin Ruttonshea, Stuart Cowan, Myles Sergeant, Simron J. Singh
The Reading Group | Damian Chapman, Kate Doyle, Patricia Machado, and Thomas J McLeish
Tim Draimin, Cassie Robinson, Vani Jain, and Aatif Baskanderi
Megan Auger and Rhonda Gladue
Hayo Wagenaar, Wiebe Cnossen, Wina Smeenk, and Caroline Hermans
Alberto Soriano, Josina Vink, and Shivani Prakash
Cultural Premises, Conscious Purposes, and Design: Conversing with the legacies of Gregory Bateson and Vern Carroll
Dulmini Perera and Simon Sadler
Dulmini Perera, Jon Goodbun, Phillip Guddemi, and Fred Turner
Ioannis (John) Bardakos, Tegan Bristow, Chris Speed, and Claudia Westermann
National Institute of Design
RSD: Where transdisciplinary discourses meet and contribute to guiding principles for systemic design
RSD10 Opening. SDA Chair, Dr Silvia Barbero, offers a warm welcome to delegates and charts the guiding principles for systemic design theory and future directions for the SDA.
Prasad Modak: Is the concept of Circular Economy (CE) old wine in a new bottle? Is the canvas of CE really understood?
Marie Davidová and Kateřina Zímová: The paper presents a practice-based systemic design project regenerating former gardening colony of Prague 22 district.
Jonathan Romm, Palak Dudani, and Shivani Prakash: To stimulate innovation in systems of healthcare, designers need to become conversational experts.
Pupul Bisht: What does the future look like? Who owns/shapes these images of the future? Whose identity, knowledge, needs, and desires are not represented in these futures?
Arvind Venkataramani and Adam Menter: Co-designed rituals are a way for people to identify and navigate the systems they are embedded in, and to construct or reshape selves to seek well-being.
Peter Jones: The working theories on the logic of system change outcomes, and the quasi-systemic logic models used to communicate them.
Peter Jones and Birger Sevaldson
Birger Sevaldson: New courses are showing at universities in Europe and the Americas, beyond those represented in the RSD discourse, as the interdiscipline grows in depth and applicability.
Peter Jones, Stefanos Monastiridis, Alex Ryan, Vanessa Toye, Kristel Van Ael, and Philippe Vandenbroeck
Plenary & Workshop. Widmer Simon: At the Ellen MacArthur Foundation we aim to transform key industries from a take-make-dispose model toward a circular economic one.
Kees Dorst: Could there be something in the very nature of design practices that limits Design’s ability to deal with these very complex systems?
Ben Sweeting: Cybernetics and virtue ethics have had little if any explicit exchange. There are a number of areas in which they may contribute to or provide useful critiques of each other.
Joanna Boehnert: This research addresses the need for more effective visual representations of the key features of complexity.
A people-centred strategy for innovation and participation – benefiting society, business and the individual
Onny Eikhaug: The Norwegian model of social governance … goes beyond the provision of basic needs to protect human rights, focusing on social and democratic ambitions.
Pravin Nahar: The educational framework for systems design is reflective, evolving, transdisciplinary, and occurs at various levels.
Tom Vavik: Teaching the concept of Universal Design (UD) to design students has developed over the last decade.
RSD2 Keynote. Birger Sevaldson: Do we have a systems thinking renaissance?
Deepening design and systems sciences involves design practices that can generate concepts and intervene for change. Systemic design as an interdiscipline is proposed.