Dates: 31st January - 2 February 2018 Location: University of Bath, Bath, UK Paper Submission: 8th September 2017 Website: ICDC 2018 ...
Dates: 31st January - 2 February 2018
Location: University of Bath, Bath, UK
Paper Submission: 8th September 2017
Website: ICDC 2018
ICDC 2018 offers a forum for all those actively studying the topic of creativity within design from several perspectives: design, engineering, computer science, education, management, linguistics, and cognitive science. This year, we also invite authors to address the special theme of Conscious Creativity, presenting the use of design creativity methods and theory that consciously address the global design problems of the 21st century. These include, but are not limited to, effective remote collaboration, enabling cross-cultural perspectives, approaches to sustainable resource and environmental management, and the role of technology in creative working.
We invite high-quality submissions for ICDC including - but not limited to - the following:
- Collaborative creative design
- Cognition in creative design
- Creative design processes and methods
- Creative design cultures
- Design creativity support tools
- Measuring creativity and its impact
- Social dimensions of creative design
- Teaching creativity and innovation
- Bio-inspired design
- Open innovation for creative industries
- ICT for creativity
- Creative processes in design
- Creativity for sustainability
- Creativity for complex problems
- Linking creativity to innovation
- Creative learners and practitioners
- Case studies of new creative practice
- Big data to support creative practice
All papers must be written in English and must not exceed eight (8) pages in length including references. The paper template can be found at the conference website. All papers will be subject to a double blind review process, with accepted papers published in the conference proceedings.
The city of Bath is a centre for cultural heritage in the UK and a UNESCO World Heritage Centre with a 2000 year history. Bath today is a vibrant spa town filled with stunning Georgian architecture, Regency history and museums, and built upon an ancient Roman spa complex and hot springs. It is situated in the beautiful south west of the UK, 1.5 hours travel from London.
Elies Dekoninck (University of Bath, UK, Chair) and Chris Snider (University of Bristol, UK, Co-chair)
Yukari Nagai (JAIST, Japan, Vice Chair)
Andrew Wodehouse (University of Strathclyde, UK, Programme Chair)