Category: Conference


Internationally renowned material conference in Kolding


Internationally renowned material conference in Kolding Kolding Design school and the University of Southern Denmark are the hosts for the internationally renowned EKSIG conference. This year on the 25.-26. of November the theme of the conference will be ’Tangible Means – Experimental Knowledge through Materials’. 5. October 2015 EKSIG is...

EKSIG 2015


Call for Papers TANGIBLE MEANS - experiential knowledge through materials With the theme “TANGIBLE MEANS: Experiential Knowledge through Materials”, the conference aims to provide a forum for debate about materials as a means for knowledge generation by professionals and academic researchers, exploring the role and relationship of generating and evaluating...

SIDeR 2015 Conference


Student Interaction Design Research Conference (Sider2015) The Student Interaction Design Research Conference was inaugurated in 2005 in Sønderborg as a means of enabling interaction design students to participate in and contribute to research in the then emerging discipline of interaction design. A number of prestigious universities have since been hosts...

Call for Papers


11th Student Interaction Design Research conference SIDeR is an international forum for showcasing papers, demos and posters from interaction design students. The conference will take place 27-28 of March, 2015 and will be held in Kolding, jointly organised by students from the two educational programs in Interaction Design in Kolding:...

The Aesthetics of Sustainability


The Aesthetics of Sustainability Kolding, Monday May 26th 2014 Sustainability is often treated as a technical and/or ethical concern within design. However there has recently been a growing interest in the role of aesthetics in connection to sustainable design and consumption. In this seminar we address this question from two...

Embodied Technology


Embodied Technology The physical boundaries between humans and technology are increasingly interweaving and blurring. Technology from a traditional sense can be physically separated from the body (for example telephones), integrated in the body (for example a pacemaker), or serving as extensions of the body (for example glasses). Emdodied IT explores...