Higher Research Degree Activities in 2022

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Month  Topic 
Jan  Transformative Questions (RQ related) 
Feb  Transformative Questions Part 2 (hypothesis)  
Mar  Critical Thinking (LR in Qual research)  
April  Critical Thinking (LR in Creative Practice) 
May  Strategic Writing: the proposal  
June  Data collection: Participatory Design 
Jul  Data collection: Visuals  
Aug  Data analysis: Code it!  
Sept  Data analysis: The emotion factor 
Oct  Put it Together: The Thesis 
Nov  Research Money 
Dec  Preparing to lead  

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DESIGN FOR CHANGE SYMPOSIUM – RESEARCH INDUSTRY BREAKFAST (12 July, 2022)

The Design for Change Conference 2022 was a collaboration between QUT Design Lab and Monash University, created to celebrate and discuss the transformative power of innovative design-led research in reframing and solving wicked societal problems.

Presented as a networking event for our current and future industry partners, this Industry Breakfast showcased our cutting-edge research in Design-led innovation across a variety of industry sectors and community organisations and transversing five different areas: TextileR, Cobotics, Design for Health, More than Human, and the Future of Mobility.

Thank you to all who joined us on the day – in person or on zoom!

WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
Prof. Lisa Scharoun + A/Porf. Marianella Chamorro-Koc

DESIGN ROBOTICS & ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
A/Prof. Markus Rittenbruch + A/Prof. Jared Donovan

THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY
A/Prof. Rafael Gomez

‘Social interfacing with Autonomous Mobile Robotics’
Mr. James Dwyer

DESIGN FOR HEALTH
A/Prof. Marianella Chamorro-Koc

Optimising neurosurgical training and simulation models through additive manufacturing
Mr. Roozbeh Fakhr

MORE THAN HUMAN
Prof. Lisa Scharoun

TransHuman Saunter
Ms. Kavita Gonsalves

An examination of Pollination Products and Practice in Australian Apiculture
Mr. Dan Cook

TEXTILE-R
A/Prof. Alice Payne

Future fashion, biotechnology and the living world
Mr. Luis Quijano

 

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