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Paper sessions include a 10 to 15-minute presentation by the authors and approximately 15 minutes to discuss each paper. Authors have the opportunity to incorporate revisions based on the session into the final version of their article, published in Relating Systems Thinking and Design, RSD12, in March 2024.


#49 Espen Strange, Kjetil Nordby and Rigmor Baraas
Advancements in Remote Maintenance: Designing for inclusive human-machine collaboration in autonomous offshore hydrogen production

 #172 Christine Wacta
GEO-EMOTIONS CARTOGRAPHY: An AI approach for DE-coding subjective qualitative data into quantitative “system of information network” in the studies of immersive psychogeography lived experience


 #23 Michaela Honauer
Engaging With Non-Human Perspectives Through Embodied Design Practices

#47 Anna-Louisa Peeters, Nynke Tromp and Paul Hekkert
Reframing for Transitions: a theoretical model to support the design of transformative interventions

 #296 Alma Culén, Ines Junge, Nicholas Stevens and William Gaver
Plurishop – a workshop-based method for transitions design

Abstracts & Papers

The RSD12 Symposium Book of Abstracts has post-review versions of accepted papers. Pre-release copies of articles are available online via the RSD12-PAPERS production folder. Use the paper numbers as a reference.

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Copyright Information

Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design (ISSN 2371-8404) are published annually by the Systemic Design Association, a non-profit scholarly association leading the research and practice of design for complex systems: 3803 Tønsberg, Norway (922 275 696).


Open Access article published under the CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 International License. This permits anyone to copy and redistribute the material in any medium or form according to the licence terms.

Suggested citation format (APA)

Author(s). (20##). Article title. Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design, RSD##. Article ##.

Publishing with RSD

Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design are published online and include the contributions for each format.

Papers and presentations are entered into a single-blind peer-review process, meaning reviewers see the authors’ names but not vice versa. Reviewers consider the quality of the proposed contribution and whether it addresses topics of interest or raises relevant issues in systemic design. The review process provides feedback and possible suggestions for modifications.

The Organising Committee reviews and assesses workshops and systems maps & exhibits with input from reviewers and the Programme Committee.

Editor: Cheryl May
Peter Jones
Ben Sweeting

The Scholars Spiral

In 2022, the Systemic Design Association adopted the scholars spiral—a cyclic non-hierarchical approach to advance scholarship—and in 2023, launched Contexts—The Systemic Design Journal. Together, the RSD symposia and Contexts support the vital emergence of supportive opportunities for scholars and practitioners to publish work in the interdisciplinary field of systemic design.

The Systemic Design Association's membership ethos is to co-create the socialization and support for all members to contribute their work, find feedback and collaboration where needed, and pursue their pathways toward research and practice outcomes that naturally build a vital design field for the future.