Posts for June 2017

Dr Jen Seevinck takes up role as CSIRO Visiting Scientist

Dr Jen Seevinck, artist, researcher and senior lecturer in Interactive and Visual Design, is exploring creative interaction with big data through her position as Visiting Scientist with CSIRO‘s Data61 at the Eco Sciences Precinct, from May and until April 2018. The collaboration builds on Jen’s existing creative work and research into…

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Creativity and innovation in the Solomon Islands: enabling sustainable careers in the creative industries

QUT Design Lab DCI student Samantha Kies-Ryan recently took part in The Innovation Lab programme in Sydney, run by Commonwealth Bank and funded by DFAT through Scope Global : http://www.scopeglobal.com/innovationlabs/. The program is designed to take participants through the six steps to realising an idea through to a business model and…

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20 August: Robotronica

QUT Design Lab researchers will be part of Robotronica when it returns to QUT’s Gardens Point Precinct on 20 August 2017 to reveal the most up to date advancements and innovations in the fields of robotics and interactive design. Design Lab’s Dr Jared Donovan will be part of a multidisciplinary team creating an interactive…

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Homelessness Hackathon

QUT Design Lab had the privilege of co-hosting the first ever Homelessness Hackathon in Australia, together with partners Marist180, Orange Sky Laundry, Common Ground QLD, River City Labs, and The Incus Group, funded by the Department of Housing’s Dignity First Fund. This is the first in the world of its type to include pre-event direct…

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