Research projects

We use different kinds of projects to advance existing design practice as well as its future forms, typically through collaboration with industrial and academic partners. Our projects range from basic research to the applied, and are all significant research efforts often taking years to complete.

Collected here are links to all current projects, as well as to previous ones. To get a quick overview of the different kinds of projects we do, consider taking a look at the following as illustrations.

Research Projects

Johan Redström  & Heather Wiltse: Things That Change

Åsa Ståhl & Kristina Lindström: Hybrid Matters

 

PhD Projects

Daniela Rothkegel: Enabling Understanding in System-Design Inquiries

Maria GöransdotterA Taste for Modern Life

Monica Lindh Karlsson: Conceptualization of Contemporary Design Doing

Stoffel Kuenen: Making sense of human social potential

Søren Rosenbak: Prototyping a pataphysically infused critical design practice

Aditya Pawar: Design for Social Innovation

Rouien Zarin: Designing for Dynamic Movement

 

PhLic projects

Morteza Abdipour: Designing smart environment

 

 

 

 

 

  • Previous PhD projects

    Lorenzo Davoli
    Presence and participation in the transformation of industrial infrastructures (2016) more»

    Tara Mullaney
    Thinking beyond the Cure: Experience Design and Healthcare (2016) more»

    Guido Hermans
    Opening Up Design: Engaging the Layperson in the Design of Everyday Products
    (2015) more»

    Camille Moussette
    Simple Haptics: Sketching Perspectives for the Design of Haptic Interactions (2012) more»