I will further incorporate the impact in my further work by (1) my continued efforts for being open to all the signals (verbal, non-verbal and ‘between the lines’) in doctoral presentations, (2) by picking up these signals immediately and (3) by making the candidate attentive to his/her own signals in the subsequent panel conversation.
This event ensured and encouraged me to collaborate with people from different disciplines.
I am a practicing architect and I see this research impacting my future projects in their model-building investigative stage and I also want to find opportunity to teach this in Universities so that students have a way of working digitally from a standpoint of ‘live’ design objects whose material properties are attached/ engaged with space.
I will incorporate this experienced impact 1. in the theoretical reflection on DDDr describing its generative and transformative impact 2. In the institutional framing by advocating for the use of these practices in teaching and doctoral supervision 3. In organizing workshops specifically for doctoral students.
We will share the results and impact with ELIA’s working group artistic research and will invite them to be even more closely related to the event starting in Hamburg.
I will continue to support the theoretical, practical and institutional relevance of this kind of research and of the related initiatives. Thematically I will go deeper into the agency of practice trying also to introduce my work on “Media Agency” to the community of the design driven research. And I will write in the next months a paper on the relevance of this research.
The introductory workshop discussion, aligned around approaches, methodologies and techniques, was perfectly articulated and defined lingering topics with great clarity.
For me it is not possible to explain the clear strategy of the incorporation of these CA2RE + experiences into my overall approach.. I think that the real impact is about the sharpening of tools, both pedagogical and related to personal research engagements, it is about thinking “outside of the box” and about courage to step out of established forms of knowledge building and knowledge exchange.
… I proposed our doctorate program to build on this experience and attain this high standard of pre-event communication with external evaluators and panel members via not only book of abstracts but also framing the conference with positions that formulate starting points from the institutional side and key supervisors.
I plan to incorporate a stronger design perspective rather than an historical or interpretative one
… fight for the case of the design driven research in architecture at the university level
… I would like to explore the future potentials for the DD research beyond the doctoral stages.
… I also think we should not aim to immediate impact of procedure but to develop knowledge in a more sophisticated (and unavoidably indirect) manner.
…continue the work on research with a higher awareness of fragility of the research process. This includes additional work on research development as well as development of the presentation of research since it is closely related to understanding the process of research itself.
…Employing the ‘circles of observation’ on my own research will play a part in the reflection on my process (and hence play a role in the subsequent actions)
…pushing the relevance of design driven research as a recognised field within the eternal fight for scientific assessment of our research productivity.
I will try to organize my working process in a manner where I can use my supervisors and peers in a more productive way.
I am changing the methodology of my research (reintroduce practice-driven component).