CHALLENGE FOR INTERACTION
Flirting with the Future
prototyped visions by the next generation
The platform for students to experience, share and discuss the future of interaction
April 15th till 17th, 2009 at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands.
The organisation of the fifth Student Interaction Design Research (SIDeR) conference challenges you to interact! We especially invite graduate and post-graduate students to experience and discuss the future of interaction through their designs, supported by and grounded in solid design arguments.
Big Brother is playing your music
The one with ambient platforms and intelligent environments
Designing the void
The one about content, services and disappearing products
The illusion of designing interaction
The one where interaction and its design are questioned
Designocracy or designocrazy
The one about ethics, societal transformation and ‘the why’
The new pencils for design
The one with design tools and methods
Can I pick your brain?
The one with your vision
This is your chance to share new insights and visions, in the conference where interaction is everything.
The conference program consists of a varied mix of keynote speakers, interaction demonstrators, presentations, workshops, interactive sessions and social events.
Students are invited to submit a (video) explanation of their interactive systems, supported by and grounded in solid design arguments. Submissions should contribute and relate to design research knowledge. Submissions should be 2000 word max, using the Springer guidelines, before February 1st, 2009. Submission via www.FlirtingwiththeFuture.com.
Date: April 15th till 17th, 2009
Location: Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Submission Deadline: February 1st 2009
Notification date: March 1st 2009
The conference website is located at www.FlirtingwiththeFuture.com and will include further practical information about travel, conference fee, accommodation, program and guest speakers as the date approaches. You are welcome to contact the organisers (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.
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