Polimi Design PhD_018. 9 PhD theses on Design as we do in POLIMI
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Elisa Bacchetti, Marta Corubolo, Felipe Domingues, Giorgia Galimberti, Xue Pei, Agnese Piselli, Andréa Poshar, Marta Isabella Reina, Ricardo Saint-Clair, Paolo Volonté
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Studi, ricerche
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pp. 190,      1a edizione  2018   (Codice editore 319.2)
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In breve
The book is an overview on the wide field of research about Design, showing how Design is interpreted nowadays in POLIMI. Nine PhD theses. Nine young researchers. Nine 3-4 years researches carried on by people mainly under 35 years old, coming from all over the world. An international, young, dynamic community, which is approaching complexity of Design from several sides, but with the same passion for building a better world.
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The book is an overview on the wide field of research about Design, showing how Design is interpreted nowadays in POLIMI.
Being one of the younger member of this family, Design is often disruptive and unruly, working between intuition and method.
Ranging from design culture and humanities, to innovation in its broad sense and contemporary applications, the book extends across interdisciplinary fields, exploring tangible and intangible aspects of our everyday life. This to show how design is today an on-going young discipline, which is reaching its own spaces and methods within the academic research community.
Nine PhD theses. Nine young researchers. Nine 3-4 years researches carried on by people mainly under 35 years old, coming from all over the world.
An international, young, dynamic community, which is approaching complexity of Design from several sides, but with the same passion for building a better world.

Alessandro Biamonti, Architect, PhD in Industrial Design and Multimedia Communication, is Associate Professor at the School of Design, Politecnico di Milano, where he coordinates the Research Team Lab.I.R.Int (Laboratory of Innovation and Research about Interiors). His work deals with the Anthropological aspects of the discipline of Interior Design.

Luca Guerrini is Associate Professor at the Politecnico di Milano, where he has been working since 1993. Trained as an urban designer, he has carried out applied research and projects in the field of transportation and environmental design, design for public spaces, interior design and design for cultural heritage. His studies are focused on the concept and the perception of space in the relation between Design and the Arts.

Ilaria Mariani, PhD in Design, Contract Professor at School of Design, and Research Fellow at Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano. She designs, investigates and lectures in games and interactive narratives as systems for communication and social innovation, between ethics and aesthetics.

Indice
Luca Guerrini, Ilaria Mariani, One Step Beyond. Outcomes of Doctoral Research in Design, Year 2017
Alessandro Biamonti, Why do We Need a Design PhD Festival?
Agnese Piselli, Material Selection in the Professional Appliances Industry
Giorgia Galimberti, From Metallic Powder to the Object. Digital Aesthetic of New Products Obtained by Selective Laser Melting Process
Marta Isabella Reina, Communication Design for Gender Cultures. Models and Tools to Explore Gender Issues in Design Education
Andréa Poshar, Paolo Volonté, Engaged Designers as Social Commuters
Felipe Domingues, Pragmatism within Design Practices: Proposal of Paradigm Shift in Design Semiotics Research
Elisa Bacchetti, Towards Sustainable Energy for All. Designing Sustainable Product-Service System Applied to Distributed Renewable Energy
Ricardo Saint-Clair, In the Interior of Innovation: The Makerspace Paradigm
Marta Corubolo, Design in a Collaborative Multi-Stakeholder Ecosystem. Growing Social Innovation through Cross-Sector Partnerships
Xue Pei, Developing Design Capabilities in the Third Sector. Leveraging Social Transformation through a Designerly Organisational Design Approach.