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Tuesday, 25/July/2023: 9:00am - 9:45am

Opening Ceremony


Tuesday, 25/July/2023: 9:45am - 10:30am

Session KN 01: Keynote: Complexity and System Design

Session Chair: Anja Maier, University of Strathclyde and DTU-Technical University of Denmark, United Kingdom

Complexity and System Design

Olivier de WECK, MIT


Tuesday, 25/July/2023: 11:00am - 12:30pm

Podium Sessions 01 AM 05: Architecture and New Materials

Session Chair: Serena Graziosi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Application of Bio-Bricks & its benefits

Priyabrata Rautray 1, Avik Roy 2, Boris Eisenbart 3

1 IIT Hyderabad; 2 KIIT School of Architecture and Planning; 3 Swinburne University


Optimisation of a design-to-fabrication framework for individualised homeless housing design in Melbourne, Australia.

Nadia Haquillah Deviana Anam, Linus Tan

Swinburne University of Technology


Systematic Classification Of Adaptive Façades – Preparing A Database

Michael P. Voigt, Daniel Roth, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart


Operationalising concepts of digital twins on different maturity levels (foetal, child, adult) for the architectural design process

Gülbahar Emir Isik, Henri Hubertus Achten

Czech Technical University in Prague


Podium Sessions 01 DE 01: Design Education and Training

Session Chair: William Ion, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Fostering divergence during conceptual design with industrial-based students

Tijana Vuletic, Alexander "Freddie" Holliman, Avril Thomson

University of Strathclyde


Find the gap: An approach for visualizing and analysing design competencies in a university with interdisciplinary curriculum

Sumbul Khan, Immanuel Hendra, Shravya Thandlam Sudhindra, Nur Liyana Binte Abdul Muthalib, Lucienne Blessing

Singapore University of Technology and Design


Comparing academics and practitioners Q & A tutoring in the engineering design studio

Ada Hurst 1, Shirley Lin 1, Claire Treacy 1, Oscar G. Nespoli 1, John S. Gero 2

1 University of Waterloo; 2 University of North Carolina, Charlotte


Re-thinking design representations in design education: an interview study with professional designers

Siw Eriksson, Pontus Wallgren, MariAnne Karlsson

Chalmers University of Technology


Podium Sessions 01 DE 02: Gaining Design Experience

Session Chair: Peter R.N. Childs, Imperial College London, United Kingdom



Assessing Eye Gaze Patterns between Intermediate and Advanced Design Sketchers

Bryan Howell, Asa River Jackson, Alexandra M. Edwards, Katherine Kilbourn-Barber, Kaylee Bliss, Addie Payne Morgan

Brigham Young University


Increasing Student Confidence through Experiential Design Exercises in Engineering Science Courses

Gordon Krauss

Harvey Mudd College


A Qualitative Investigation of Students’ Design Experiences in a Work-Integrated Learning Setting

Jordan Nickel 1, Chris Rennick 1, Gregory Litster 2, Carol C.W. Hulls 1, Ada Hurst 1

1 University of Waterloo; 2 University of Toronto


How and Why Instructors Include and Exclude Social, Policy, and Ethical Considerations in Design Education

Madhurima Das 1, Jana I. Saadi 1, Marina Santos 2, Gillian Roeder 1, Anastasia K. Ostrowski 1, Stella Lee 3, Cynthia Breazeal 1, Catherine D'Ignazio 1, Maria Yang 1, Aditi Verma 4

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 2 Wellesley College; 3 Johns Hopkins University; 4 The University of Michigan


Podium Sessions 01 DW 05: AI enhanced design processes

Session Chair: Christopher McComb, Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America



Multisensor fusion-based digital twin in additive manufacturing for in-situ quality monitoring and defect correction

Lequn Chen 1,2, Xiling Yao 1, Kui Liu 1, Chaolin Tan 1, Seung Ki Moon 2

1 Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, A*STAR, Singapore; 2 School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


AI vs. Human: The Public's Perceptions of the Design Abilities of Artificial Intelligence

Leah Chong 1, Maria Yang 2

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology


New Opportunities and Benefits in the Product Development Process using the Machine Learning based Direct Inverse Method for Material Parameter Identification

Paul Meißner, Thomas Vietor

Institute for Engineering Design, Technische Universität Braunschweig


Understanding the challenges around design activities that incorporate behavioral data.

Alejandra Gomez Ortega, Jacky Bourgeois, Gerd Kortuem

Delft University of Technology


Enhanced Findability And Reusability Of Engineering Data By Contextual Metadata

Osman Altun 1, Pooya Oladazimi 2, Max Leo Wawer 1, Selina Raumel 3, Marc Wurz 3, Khemais Barienti 4, Florian Nürnberger 4, Roland Lachmayer 1, Iryna Mozgova 5, Oliver Koepler 2, Sören Auer 2

1Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Product Development; 2Leibniz Information Centre of Science and Technology University Library; 3Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Micro Production Technology; 4Leibniz University Hannover, Institut für Werkstoffkunde (Materials Science); 5Paderborn University, Data management in mechanical engineering


Podium Sessions 01 I&S 05: Design of Complex Systems

Session Chair: Steven Eppinger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America



Applications of Rotational Manipulators in the Manufacture and Characterization of Highly Curved Thin Films

Finn McIntyre 1, Mathieu Sellier 1, Shayne Gooch 1, Volker Nock 2, Nigel Sharplin 3

1 University of Canterbury, Mechanical Engineering Department; 2 University of Canterbury, Electrical & Computer Engineering Department; 3 Infact Limited, Christchurch, New Zealand


Preliminary design of non-linear systems based on Global Sensitivity Analysis and Modelica language

Bruno Vuillod 1,2, Enrico Panettieri 2, Ludovic Hallo 1, Marco Montemurro 2

1 French Atomic Energy Commission, Route des Gargails, BP2, Le Barp Cedex, France; 2 Arts et Metiers Institute of Technology, Univ. Bordeaux, CNRS, Bordeaux INP, Hesam Universite, I2M, UMR 5295, F-33400 Talence, France


When is a robot a cobot? Moving beyond manufacturing and arm-based cobot manipulators

Matthias Guertler 1, Laura Tomidei 1, Nathalie Sick 1, Marc Carmichael 2, Gavin Paul 2, Annika Wambsganss 1, Victor Hernandez Moreno 1, Sazzad Hussain 3

1 University of Technology Sydney: Centre for Advanced Manufacturing; 2 University of Technology Sydney: Robotics Institute; 3 Centre for Work Health and Safety, NSW Department of Customer Service


Dealing with extreme requirement values: What methods to design school chairs and offshore wind turbines have in common

Andreas Florian Haselsteiner 1, Klaus-Dieter Thoben1, Lucienne Blessing 2

1 University of Bremen, Institute for Integrated Product Development; 2 Singapore Univeristy of Technology and Design (SUTD), SUTD-MIT International Design Centre


Podium Sessions 01 IBM 04: 3D Printing Design

Session Chair: Chris Snider, University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Creating an open-source, low-cost composite feeder design to improve filament quality of high-performance materials to be used in Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

Henrik H. Øvrebø, Svein-Andre Koldre, Ole S. Nesheim, Sindre Wold Eikevåg, Martin Steinert, Christer W. Elverum



Analysis of the differential-growth method's potential for designing complex heat-transferring walls for compact heat exchanger

Alexander Seidler, Stefan Holtzhausen, Maximilian Sander, Kristin Paetzold-Byhain

Technische Universität Dresden


Reducing prototype fabrication time through enhanced material extrusion process capability

Georgia Rose Parry, Harry James Felton, Robert Ballantyne, Shuo Su, Ben Hicks

University of Bristol


Towards realistic numerical modelling of thin strut-based 3D-printed structures

Satabdee Dash, Axel Nordin

Lund University


Vibration Reduction of a Hammer Drill with a Top-Down Design Method

Philip Le, Duo Xu, Anand Vazhapilli Sureshbabu, Markus Zimmermann

Technical University of Munich


Podium Sessions 01 S&R 01: Strategy & Sustainable Design

Session Chair: Sophie Hallstedt, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden



Laying the foundations for a methodology to integrate and manage the Corporate Social Responsibility issues of a company in the Product Development Process

Anne-Laure Capomacci o1,2, Tatiana Reyes Carrillo 1, Sophie Richet 2

1 Université de Technologie de Troyes, Centre de Recherches et d'Etudes Interdisciplinaires sur le Développement Durable, Troyes, France; 2 Stellantis, Centre technique de Vélizy, France



Anne Bouyssou 1, Capt./Dr. Raphaël Baumler 2, Dr. Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck 3

1 Luleå University of Technology; 2 World Maritime University; 3 Luleå University of Technology


Identification of Perceived Relationships Between Environmental Performance Indicators in Ecodesign Projects: the Case of Rail Infrastructure Projects

Joseph Mansour Salamé 1, Yann Leroy 1, Michael Saidani 1,2, Isabelle Nicolaï 1

1 Laboratoire Genie Industriel, Université Paris-Saclay, CentraleSupélec, France; 2 Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA


A multi-objective decision-making approach to support the design of social innovations in the Energy sector

Basma Samir, Audrey Abi Akle, Iban Lizarralde



Potentials and goals of models in strategic product planning and innovation management

Prof. Dr.-Ing Iris Gräßler, Anna-Sophie Koch, Alena Marie Tušek

Paderborn University, Heinz Nixdorf Institute


Podium Sessions 01 S&R 04: Circular Product Design

Session Chair: Daniela Pigosso, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Exploiting the sustainability potential of modular products by integrating R-imperatives into product life phases

Richard Breimann 1, Christoph Rennpferdt 2, Sven Wehrend 2, Eckhard Kirchner 1, Dieter Krause 2

1 Institute for Product Development and Machine Elements (pmd), Technical University Darmstadt; 2 Institute of Product Development and Mechanical Engineering Design (PKT), Hamburg University of Technology


A meta-analysis to assess smartphone disposal destinations: the challenges of increasing value recovery

Monique Sonego, Márcia Elisa Soares Echeveste, Manoela Conte

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil


Circularity of plastics through ecodesign : the case of French WEEE

Nicolas Nève 1, Carole Charbuillet 2, Stéphane Pompidou 3, Nicolas Perry 2

1 Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology, University of Bordeaux, CNRS, Bordeaux INP, I2M Bordeaux, F-33400 Talence, France; 2 Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology Chambéry, University of Bordeaux, CNRS, Bordeaux INP, I2M Bordeaux, F- 33400 Talence, France; 3 University of Bordeaux, CNRS, Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology, Bordeaux INP, I2M Bordeaux, F-33400 Talence, France


Examining the role and future potential of design for disassembly methods to support circular product design

Giovanni Formentini 1, Devarajan Ramanujan 1,2

1 Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering – Design and Manufacturing, Aarhus University, Katrinebjergvej 89 G-F, 8200 Aarhus N, Denmark; 2 Centre for Digitalisation, Big Data and Data Analytics, Aarhus University, Aarhus 8200, Denmark


Podium Sessions 01 SD 01: Systems Engineering

Session Chair: Sandro Wartzack, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Optimizing requirements for maximum design freedom considering physical feasibility

Eduardo Rodrigues Della Noce, Markus Zimmermann

Technical University of Munich (TUM)


Mitigating uncertainty in conceptual design using operational scenario simulations: a data-driven extension of the EVOKE approach

Alessandro Bertoni

Blekinge Institute of Technology


A new research protocol for using system maps in systemic design research

Stine Moons, Esther Noëth, Els Du Bois, Alexis Jacoby

Universiteit Antwerpen


Compositional Models for the Internet of Things

Spencer Briener1, Jooik Jung 1, Eswaran Subrahmanian 2,1, Ram Sriram 1

1 National Insititute of Standards and Technology; 2 Carnegie Mellon University


Podium Sessions 01 SD 04: Virtual Interface Design

Session Chair: Stephan Husung, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany



Free-energy model of sense of agency for human-machine interface design based on comparator model

Kensaku Taniyama, Hideyoshi Yanagisawa

The University of Tokyo


Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality in Enhancing Creativity

Vijayakumar Nanjappan, Akseli Uunila, Jukka Vaulanen, Julius Välimaa, Georgi V. Georgiev

Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu, Finland


How Does Virtual Reality (VR) Facilitate Design? A Review of VR Usage in Early-Stage Engineering Design

Ting Liao 1, Jinjuan She 2

1 Stevens Institute of Technology; 2 Miami University


VR or Not? Investigating Interface Type and User Strategies for Interactive Design Space Exploration

Ananya Nandy 1, James Smith 1, Nicholas Jennings 1, Mike Kuniavsky 2, Bjoern Hartmann 1, Kosa Goucher-Lambert 1

1 University of California, Berkeley; 2 Accenture Labs


Tuesday, 25/July/2023: 12:30am - 1:45pm



Tuesday, 25/July/2023: 12:30am - 1:45pm

Session MIP 01: Mentoring Programme Event

Chair: Julie Stal-Le Cardinal, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay

Chair: Sophie Hallstedt, Blekinge Institute of Technology


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