• Full academic papers
  • Schedule of paper presentations
  • List of participants
  • Note: The catalog has ISBN nr 978-91-979541-5-0 and refers to the full length academic papers online.

    Tracks

    The organizing committee of the 10th European Academy of Design Conference - Crafting the Future - is pleased to present the following tracks:

    1. Designing Future Mobility
    2. Design Development of Future Homes for Future Cities
    3. Design and Innovation
    4. MAKING TOGETHER - Open, Connected, Collaborative
    5. The craft of design in design of service
    6. Fashion Design for Sustainability
    7. Design history as a tool for better design
    8. Power to the People: Practices of Empowerment through Craft
    9. Design & Craft (Crafting the Education of Design)
    10. Open Track

    Paper Presentations

    There will be 7 parallel sessions with paper presentations. All authors will have 30 minutes to present. 15-20 minutes for presentation and 10-15 minutes for discussion. Which means 3 papers per session.

    We ask you to read the papers of the 2 other authors that will present in the same session as you to make the discussions more interesting. We will publish the academic papers online on April 1, so that all delegates can read and reflect and comment on each other's papers.

    When it is time for your presentation; please be on time! All 3 authors that are presenting must prepare the PowerPoint presentation 20 minutes before the beginning of the session! This is to avoid time slippage during presentations so that delegates can move between tracks and sessions.

    Please bring your PowerPoint presentation on a USB stick.
    All rooms are equipped with Mac mini. Make sure your file is compatible with our equipment.

    (Some tracks have other arrangements and will contact you with additional information.)

    Review process

    Papers of 10th European Academy of Design Conference - Crafting the Future have undergone a double blind review.

    The review was made by the Convenors of the tracks and readers they had asked to help, 2 independent persons reviewed each paper. The reviewers did not know the author's identity, as any identifying information was stripped from the paper before review. The acceptance rate was 60 %. A Majority of the papers were accepted with revisions.