Advances in Cognitive Studies of Design
Important Dates
May 27 Submissions due
June 10 Notification of acceptance
25 June 9:00am –12:30pm Workshop

Workshop Aim:

This workshop focuses on empirical studies that attempt to elucidate designers' cognitive processes behind the designing process. The intent is to create a forum for researchers who are interested in human designers designing to discuss recent advances in this domain. The topics include, but are not limited to, (1) studying in-situ design cognition beyond the laboratory settings, (2) theoretical frameworks and methods to analyze team design activities composed of various stakeholders, and (3) new measurement techniques complimentary to conventional “think-aloud” protocols, such as eye-tracking and Electroencephalography (EEG). Participants are encouraged to bring their work in progress, demonstrate their theories and contributions.

Workshop Chair
Hao Jiang (jiang_hao@zju.edu.cn)
Lingyun Sun (sunly@zju.edu.cn)
Program Committee
Chiradeep Sen (csen@fit.edu)
Gaetano Cascini (gaetano.cascini@polimi.it)
Laura Hay (laura.hay@strath.ac.uk)
Jeff Kan (kan.jeff@gmail.com)
Workshop Notes
Workshop Notes (link)

Submission information:
Submissions can be working papers, position papers, posters and data sets from design sessions. The format of submissions is flexible. Submissions will b e reviewed by the commttee for relevance and will be ade available online. Submissions should be emailed to designcognition.dcc@gmail.com.

Workshop format:
The format of the workshop is designed to encourage discussion and idea exchange. The accepted submissions will be posted online for all participants to review before the workshop. Each participant is asked to prepare a short talk about his/her own work and at least one piece of relevant work conducted by other workshop participants. The participants whose work is referred to should provide feedback. Other participants are invited to contribute to the discussion from their own perspective.

Attendees at the workshop need to register either as an addition to the DCC'16 conference registration at a cost of $30, or if not registered for the conference at a cost of $60. Please go the DCC16 conference homepage and then to Registration to register.

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