Sunday 15 December 

Session 1: Retrospectives and Prospectives (Wistari Room)
Chair: John Gero, Rapporteur: Ricardo Sosa


     John Gero and Mary Lou Maher
Paper Presentations

The Past and Future of Computational and Cognitive Studies of Design Creativity

     John Gero, USA
Computation for Creativity
     Ernest Edmonds, UK
Creativity-Inspired and Creativity-Enhancing Learning and Design Environments
     Gerhard Fischer, USA
Creativity, Play and Learning as a Cultural Framework
     Bo Thomsen, Denmark

16:30-17:00 Discussion on paper presentations
17:00-18:00 General Discussion on Retrospectives and Prospectives
18:00-18:30 Panel on Retrospectives and Prospectives
John Gero, Mary Lou Maher, Ernest Edmonds and Gerhard Fischer
18:30-20:00 Workshop Dinner (Wistari Room)
Monday 16 December 
09:00-12:30 Session 2: Advances in Computation for Creativity (Wistari Room)
Chair: Ernest Edmonds, Rapporteur: Rob Woodbury

Paper Presentations
AI Models for Creativity, Expectation, and Surprise
     Mary Lou Maher and Kazjon Grace, USA and Australia
A Scientific Discourse on Creativity and Innovation in the Formal Context of Graph-Based Design Languages
     Marius Richter and Stephan Rudolph, Germany
A Computational Refutation of “Big-C” and “little-c” Creativity
     Ricardo Sosa and Max van Dijck, New Zealand
The Troubling Affair of Born-digital Art Conservation: Creative Design for Computational Art Documentation
     Francesca Franco, Ernest Edmonds and Diego Mellado Martinez, UK and Austria 
Embodied Artificial Creativity
     Rob Saunders and Petra Gemeinboeck, The Netherlands and Australia

10:00-10:30 Discussion on paper presentations
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 General Discussion on Advances in Computation
12:30-13:30 Lunch (Wistari Room)
13:30-16:30 Session 3: Advances in Cognition for Creativity (Wistari Room)
Chair: Nick Kelly, Rapporteur: Bo Thomsen

Paper Presentations
ImagineD - A Vision for Cognitive Driven Creative Design
     Alex Duffy, Laura Hay, Madeleine Grealy and Tijana Vuletic, UK
The Effect of Design Education on Creative Design Cognition of High School Students
     John Gero, Rongrong Yu and John Wells, USA and Australia

The Umwelt for Creative Design Addressing Existential Global Challenges

     Claus-Christian Carbon, Germany
Creativity in the Mind of the Beholder
     Tapio Takala, Finland

Creative Skills on Demand: Adaptive Digital Education Formats for Organizational Learning Environments
     Lena Mayer, Karen von Schmieden, Mana Taheri and Christoph Meinel, Gerrmany

14:30-15:00 Discussion on paper presentations
15:00-16:30 General Discussion on Advances in Cognition
Tuesday 17 December 
09:00-12:30 Session 4: Computation and Interaction in Support of Creativity (Wistari Room)
Chair: Gerhard Fisher, Rapporteur: Laura Hay

Paper Presentations
Dialogues of Exploration: New Tasks, New Tools
     Rob Woodbury and Arefin Mohiuddin, Canada
Opportunities and Barriers for Analog, Digital, and Hybrid Creativity Support Tools
     Michael Mose Biskjaer and Peter Dalsgaard, Denmark
The Co-Creation Behavior Framework: An Empirical Investigation of Collaborative Drawing
     Sarah Abdellahi, Jeba Rezwana, Ali Algarni, Nicholas Davis, Mary Lou Maher, USA

User Centric Data Shaping Designer Centric Creativity: Observations from Experimental Study
     Abhishek Dahiya and Jyoti Kumar
, India
Generate and Situated Transformation as a Paradigm for Models of Computational Creativity
     Nick Kelly and John Gero, Australia and USA

10:00-10:30 Discussion on paper presentations
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 General Discussion on Computation and Interaction in Support of Creativity
12:30-13:30 Lunch (Wistari Room)
13:30-17:00 Free time for Island activities
17:00-18:00 Social and Continuing Discussions (Pandanus Lounge)
Wednesday 18 December 
09:00-10:00 Session 4: Writing Workshop for Book Content (Wistari Room)
Chair: Mary Lou Maher

10:00-10:30 Action items for follow up on book
10:30-11:30 Session 5: Rapporteurs and Closing Discussion + Coffee (Wistari Room)
Chair: John Gero
Rapporteurs: Ricardo Sosa, Rob Woodbury, Bo Thomsen and Laura Hay

11:30 HI'19 Concludes


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