John S Gero

Recent Talks

 



Recent Talks 2018-20

2020

  1. Novel Developments in AI and Design, 2nd International Technology and Design, SUTD, Singapore, January
  2. Is Product/Service System Designing Different from Other Designing? with Tomohiko Sakao and Neramballi Abhijna, 13th International Workshop on Design Theory, Paris, France, January
  3. Analysis of Design Teams' Behaviors: Temporary Sub-Teams with Julie Milovanovic, 13th International Workshop on Design Theory, Paris, France, January
  4. How Do Design Theories Account for Novelty? with Majda Perisic Marija and Mario Štorga, 13th International Workshop on Design Theory, Paris, France, January
  5. An Overview of an EEG Study of Designers Across Domains and Tasks, with Sonia Vieira, 13th International Workshop on Design Theory, Paris, France, January
  6. The Dual-Process Theory of Thinking in Cognitive Science and Its Incorporation into a Design Theory, with Udo Kannengiesser, 13th International Workshop on Design Theory, Paris, France, January

2019

  1. Measuring the Cognition, Physiology and Neurophysiology of Designing, 7th International Conference on Research Into Design, Bangalore, India, January
  2. Can We Get "Big Data" to Support Design Theories?, Design Theory SIG Workshop, Paris, France, January
  3. Theory-Based Design Team Behaviour Simulation Using the FBS Ontology, with Marija Peresic, Design Theory SIG Workshop, Paris, France, January
  4. Domain-Related Differences in Design: an EEG Study, with Sonia Vieira, Design Theory SIG Workshop, Paris, France, January
  5. Measuring Designing: The New Fields of Design Cognitiometrics, Design Physiometrics and Design Neurometrics, Utah State University, Logan, USA, March
  6. Studying Designers Collaborating: Empirical and Computational Studies, University of Oklahoma, Norman, USA, March
  7. Social Design Computing, University of Oklahoma, Norman, USA, March
  8. Insights from an EEG Study of Mechanical Engineers Problem-solving and Designing, Human Behavior in Design Conference, Tutzing, Germany, April
  9. Empirical Evidence for Kahneman's System 1 and System 2 Thinking in Design, Human Behavior in Design Conference, Tutzing, Germany, April
  10. Exploration of Gender Diversity Effects on Design Team Dynamics, with Julie Milovanovic, Human Behavior in Design Conference, Tutzing, Germany, April
  11. Effects of a Design Support on Practitioners Designing a Product/Service System - A Case Study, with AbhijnaNeramballi and Tom Sakao, Human Behavior in Design Conference, Tutzing, Germany, April
  12. Measuring the Cognition, Physiology and Neurophysiology of Designing, Lulea University, Lulea, Sweden, April
  13. Understanding Design: What Are Designers Doing When They Design, Alta Scuola Politecnica, Loano, Italy, May
  14. What Affects Designers Designing, Alta Scuola Politecnica, Loano, Italy, May
  15. Measuring Students Not Just Their Output: The New Fields of Engineering Cognitiometrics, Physiometrics and Neurometrics, Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop XI: Design Education & Practice "How Process Matters", Claremont, USA, May
  16. Situated Novelty in Computational Creativity Studies, ICCC2019, Charlotte, USA, June
  17. Design Cognition and Cognitive Computation, 26th International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering, Leuven, Belgium, June
  18. From Design Cognition to Design Neurocognition, CogSci2019, Montreal, Canada, July
  19. Comparing the Design Neurocognition of Mechanical Engineers and Architects: A Study of the Effect of Designer's Domain, International Conference on Engineering Design, Delft, Netherlands, August
  20. The Neurocognition of Three Engineering Concept Generation Techniques, International Conference on Engineering Design, Delft, Netherlands, August
  21. Understanding the Design Neurocognition of Mechanical Engineers When Designing and Problem-Solving, ASME IDETC, Anaheim, USA, August
  22. The Minds, Bodies and Brains of Designers, Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Architecture de Nantes, Nantes, France, September
  23. Studying the Minds, Bodies and Brains of Designers, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland, September
  24. Studying the Minds, Bodies and Brains of Designers, University of Zagreb, Croatia, September
  25. Cognitive Computing, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, October
  26. Brains of Designers, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, November
  27. Industrial designers problem-solving and designing: an EEG study, with Sonia Vieira, Research and Education in Design Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, November
  28. What are the Connections between Design Research and Design Education?, Research and Education in Design Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, November
  29. The Past and Future of Computational and Cognitive Studies of Design Creativity, Thirtieth Anniversary "Heron Island" Conference Workshop on Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design, Heron Island, Australia, December

2018

  1. What is the Empirical Support for Design Theories and Where Can It Come From?, Design Theory SIG Workshop, Paris, France, January
  2. Creative Cognition Differences Between High School Students With and Without Design Education, Fifth International Conference on Design Creativity, Bath, UK, February
  3. Measuring Designing: Design Cognitiometrics, Physiometrics & Neurometrics, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, February
  4. Social Computing Models of Design Creativity, University College London, London, UK, February
  5. Social Computing in Design, Royal Collge of Art, London, UK, February
  6. Measuring Designing: Design Cognitiometrics, Physiometrics & Neurometrics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, February
  7. Understanding Design: The FBS Ontology as Foundation for Designs and Designing, Alta Scuola Politecnica, Genoa, Italy, May
  8. What Affects Designers Designing, Alta Scuola Politecnica, Genoa, Italy, May
  9. 1967-2007: The First 40 Years of the Design Lab, University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, July
  10. Situated Computing: A Situated Cognition Approach to Computing, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, Moscow, Russia, July
  11. Patterns of Cortical Activation When Using Different Concept Generation Techniques, ASME Conference, Quebec City, Canada, August
  12. Where Does Design Research Data Come From?, Design Science Research (DSR) 2018: Workshop on Data-Driven Design and Learning, Montreal, Canada, August
  13. Minds, Brains, Computers and Future Architecture, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, October
  14. Studying Designing, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, October
  15. Measuring the Minds and Brains of Designers When Using Different Design Methods, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, October
  16. Minds, Brains, Computers and Future Buildings, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China, October
  17. Understanding Design, Design Research Symposium, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, October
  18. Computational Creativity, Design Research Symposium, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, October
  19. What Happens When Designers Design: Cognitiometrics, Physiometrics and Neurometrics of Designing, Design Research Symposium, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, October
  20. Minds, Brains, Computers and Future Buildings, Beijing Institute of Architectural Design, Beijing, China, October
  21. Social Computing, Latrobe University, Melbourne, Australia, November

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