BTH PDRL at the DESIGN’22 online conference
- Post by: Tobias Larsson
- 31st May 2022
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The pandemic situation put an effective hold on the physical venue in Dubrovnik where the 17th International DESIGN conference was planned before the summer. Now the biannual DESIGN event organised by the Design Society were forced into an online version instead, for 2nd year in a row. Being a main forum to exchange experiences and lessons learned about engineering design from a variety of perspectives, disciplines, and fields, and from both research and education viewpoints, it was still nice to see the online event happen mid May. Find the research papers freely available at Cambride University Press, and links to specific papers below.
PDRL attended Design 2022 with hosting one workshop, two conference chairs, and five research papers over the 4-day conference, and also getting a Reviewers Favourite award.
Professor Marco Bertoni hosted the workshop “HOW TO ‘INTENTIONALLY DESIGN’ PSS TO FOSTER RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION?” that allowed participants and invited panel (Prof Yong Se Kim, Prof Guiditta Pezotta, Prof Tobias Larsson) to reason and discuss how to design future solutions that also are sustainable.
Then Professor Tobias Larsson chaired the session on “Data-driven methods for early design phases” with five papers in it, and Professor Marco Bertoni hosted the session “Design digitalisation approaches” also woth five research papers in it.
The research papers where the following;
- Supporting the Transition Towards Electromobility in the Construction and Mining Sector: Optimization Framework and Demonstration on an Electrical Hauler
Raj Jiten Machchhar, Alessandro Bertoni (https://doi.org/10.1017/pds.2022.167)
- Conceptual Design in Metalworking Microenterprises: An Empirical Study in Tanzania
Eliab Opiyo, Santosh Jagtap, Sonal Keshwani (https://doi.org/10.1017/pds.2022.252)
- PSS Value Transformation: From Mass-Manufactured Vehicles to Provision of Mass-Customized Services – A Case Study of Designing and Prototyping Customized Digital Services for SAIC Motor in China
Zhang Yan, Tobias Larsson, Andreas Larsson (https://doi.org/10.1017/pds.2022.120)
- Issues in Capturing and Utilizing Non-Functional Requirements along the Road to Servitization
Carl Nils Konrad Toller, Christian Johansson, Marco Bertoni (https://doi.org/10.1017/pds.2022.64)
- Design of (Semi-)Autonomous Vehicles: Perceptions of the People in Sweden
Linus Rosenholm, Prashant Goswami, Santosh Jagtap (https://doi.org/10.1017/pds.2022.174)
BTH PDRL received one of the Reviewers Favourite awards for the research paper “PSS Value Transformation: From Mass-Manufactured Vehicles to Provision of Mass-Customized Services” by Zhang, Larsson and Larsson.