Creativity and Collaboration Summit – public event

In this introductory session we have invited researchers and practitioners exploring issues related to technology, design and future oriented problem solving to share their work. In addition to showing us what they do we have asked them to share with us the reasons why they do what they do and in particular how they rely on creativity and collaboration to get their work done.

Running through all of this work is an understanding of the impact of technology driven change on humans and the planet and a commitment to improving how we manage our physical and digital resources for maximum positive impact. This session is open for anyone to attend.

Speakers: 

Genevieve Bell

Director, 3A Institute, ANU

Angie Abdilla

Founder and CEO, Old Ways, New

Andrew Lamb

Innovation Lead - Global, Field Ready

Anna Madeline

Mixed media artist, Lecturer, School of Art and Design, ANU

Mitchell Whitelaw 

Associate Professor, School of Art and Design, ANU 

Callie Scott-Doyle

Role Playing consultant with the Cyber Institute

Peter Worthy

Social Robotics Lab, University of Queensland

Fiona Beck 

Senior Lecturer & Convenor Hydrogen Fuels Project, Energy Change Institute & College of Engineering and Computer Science ANU

 

The CoDesign Culture Lab - lead by the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science - is a four day event series featuring workshops, presentations, facilitated CoDesign sessions, and public programming to explore innovations in engineering and computer science practice, teaching and critical discourse. Join us as we explore the future of engineering and computer science and help us CoDesign a path forward that meets the challenges of the 21st century and beyond. Find out about more events in this program. 

Date & time

1–5.30pm 26 Nov 2019

Location

Kambri Cultural Centre - Cinema Room

Event series

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