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Conference Dates


Conference Dates

 

Tuesday, October 31, 2017 - Graduate Colloquium & Opening Reception

Wednesday, November 1, 2017 – Day 1 - Conference Begins

Thursday, November 2, 2017 – Day 2 - Dinner Banquet

Friday, November 3, 2017 – Day 3 - Closing Reception

 

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

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Conference Dates


Conference Dates

 

Tuesday, October 31, 2017 - Graduate Colloquium & Opening Reception

Wednesday, November 1, 2017 – Day 1 - Conference Begins

Thursday, November 2, 2017 – Day 2 - Dinner Banquet

Friday, November 3, 2017 – Day 3 - Closing Reception

 

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

 Location

 

University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, Cincinnati, Ohio

The conference venue will be on the main campus of the University of Cincinnati with activities focused in the Aronoff Center, home of the College of DAAP. The urban campus is compact and walkable and has been named one of the world's most beautiful college campuses (Forbes 2010, 2011). The University of Cincinnati set its Master Plan in motion in 1989 to transform and integrate a once frenetic and concrete campus into a cohesive, sustainable whole. Architects who have contributed to the plan and to the university campus have included Peter Eisenman, Michael Graves, Frank Gehry, Thom Mayne, Henry Cobb, Charles Gwathmey, Buzz Yudell, and David Childs. You will find images of their buildings throughout this website.  

Campus Architectural tours will be available during the conference week.

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Location


 

Accommodation

 

We recommend booking with the Kingsgate Marriott which is within walking distance to the UC campus. Rooms have been blocked for IASDR2017 participants.

Kingsgate Marriott

 

Transportation

 

  Please note that the Cincinnati Airport (CVG) is located in Northern Kentucky (2939 Terminal Drive, Hebron, KY 41048) and is approximately 25 minutes from the University of Cincinnati campus.

    Downtown Cincinnati is a 10 minute drive from the University of Cincinnati.  Public and  private transportation can be arranged for easy access to and from campus.

 

 

Location


 

Accommodation

 

We recommend booking with the Kingsgate Marriott which is within walking distance to the UC campus. Rooms have been blocked for IASDR2017 participants.

Kingsgate Marriott

 

Transportation

 

  Please note that the Cincinnati Airport (CVG) is located in Northern Kentucky (2939 Terminal Drive, Hebron, KY 41048) and is approximately 25 minutes from the University of Cincinnati campus.

    Downtown Cincinnati is a 10 minute drive from the University of Cincinnati.  Public and  private transportation can be arranged for easy access to and from campus.

 

 

 

Planning Committee

 

 

Conference Co-Chair: Gjoko Muratovski, PhD, FDINZ  Director, The Myron E. Ullman, Jr. School of Design

Dr Gjoko Muratovski is the Director and Endowed Chair of the Myron E. Ullman, Jr. School of Design at the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP). With over 20 years of global, cross-disclinary design and branding practice, Dr. Muratovski brings experience that spans from Europe and Asia to Australia and the Americas. Over the years he has been working with a wide range of governmental, not-for-profit and corporate organizations. This includes NASA Johnson Space Center World Health Organization, UNESCO World Cultural Heritage, United Nations Association of Australia, European Commission, Greenpeace, Yahoo!, Deloitte, Toyota, Department of Premier and Cabinet of South Africa, Auckland Council of New Zealand, and many others. 

Dr. Muratovski is also a guest professor for Design & Innovation at Tongji University, China and a visiting professor for Marketing at the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. In May 2016 he was recognized as a 'High-End Foregin Expert" by the State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs of China. He is also the author of "Research for Designers: A Guide to Methods and Practice" by SAGE Publications.

 

 
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Conference Co-Chair: Craig M. Vogel, FIDSA, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, for the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning

Vogel is also a professor in the School of Design with an appointment in Industrial Design and co-founder of the Livewell Collaborative. He is also a Fellow, Past President Elect and Chair of the Board of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA). He is co-author of the book, Creating Breakthrough Products, Financial Times, Prentice Hall, with Professor Jonathan Cagan. He is one of three authors of the book on innovation and organic growth, Design of Things to Come. Vogel is recognized as one of the most admired professors in architecture and design in the United States by Design Intelligence for 2008 and 2011. Most recently (2015) he was recognized as one of 50 Notable IDSA Members. Professor Vogel is well adept at conference planning as chair of conferences for IDSA (Polar Opposites (2008), AIGA Design Educators “Connecting the Dots: Research, Education, and Practice” (2014), and five years as director of wats:ON? (1996–2000) while at Carnegie Melon University.

 

 

IASDR Executive Board Members

 

Lin-Lin Chen

David Durling

Tek-Jin Nam 

Kun-Pyo Lee

Dorain Marjanovic

Chris McMahon

Kenta Ono

Tiiu Poldma

Fong-Gong Wu 

Toshimasa Yamanaka

 

Committee Members

 

Mike Zender, Professor, School of Design

Matt Wizinsky, Professor, School of Design

Oscar Fernandez, Professor, School of Design

Danilo Palazzo, Director, School of Planning

Vikas Mehta, Associate Professor, School of Planning

Bain Butcher, Associate Professor, School of Art

Ming Tang, Associate Professor, SAID

Shannon Doyle, Assistant Director of Business Affairs, College of DAAP

Dan Dugan, Technology + Facilities

Lora Alberto, Program Director, Graduate Studies and Research, College of DAAP

Florine Postell, Program Director, UC Conference & Event Services

Gabrielle Lang, College of DAAP Adjunct Faculty

Monica Salguero, Graduate Assistant, College of DAAP

Longwei Li, Graduate Assistant, College of DAAP

 

Location

 

University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, Cincinnati, Ohio

 

The conference venue will be on the main campus of the University of Cincinnati with activities focused in the Aronoff Center, home of the College of DAAP. The urban campus is compact and walkable and has been named one of the world's most beautiful college campuses (Forbes 2010, 2011). The University of Cincinnati set its Master Plan in motion in 1989 to transform and integrate a once frenetic and concrete campus into a cohesive, sustainable whole. Architects who have contributed to the plan and to the university campus have included Peter Eisenman, Michael Graves, Frank Gehry, Thom Mayne, Henry Cobb, Charles Gwathmey, Buzz Yudell, and David Childs. You will find images of their buildings throughout this website.  

Campus Architectural tours will be available during the conference week.

 
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History


History


A brief history of the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP)

In 2019 the University of Cincinnati (UC) will celebrate its bicentennial. Over the course of two centuries, what began as a city college has evolved into a nationally ranked state university. UC’s evolution has paralleled the development of the city of Cincinnati as a major contributor to the industrial revolution and agrarian success of the state of Ohio. In 1905, UC started the first Cooperative Education program in the United States, and this program is still one of the strengths for which UC is recognized nationally and globally. The College of DAA (Design, Architecture and Art) was formed in the latter half of the 20th century and benefitted from the cooperative education program for design and architecture students. 

The College of DAA added the School of Planning to become DAAP and we are now one of the largest and broadest colleges of our type in the world. Graduate programs in DAAP emerged in the 1960s and in the last ten years we have added two PhD programs, one in planning and the other in architecture. The School of Architecture recently shifted to a Masters in Architecture program following the trend of most programs in the United States. 

 

The future vision for DAAP - A New Urban Research University
At DAAP, we are now seeking to leverage our heritage as a city-based university to support Cincinnati in redefining its role as an innovation center for the 21st century global economy. While formed as a regional college with a focus on undergraduate professional education, DAAP is shifting to focus on masters and doctoral programs with an international emphasis. We face the same challenges and have similar opportunities as many college programs in the US and around the world and during the last two decades our faculty and administration have made a concerted effort to move the college to the center of the University of Cincinnati’s strategic mission. Each discipline at DAAP actively participates in the community, the city and region in projects that range from community planning and public art to way finding systems and products and services for regional companies.

 
Aronoff Center for Design and Art, Peter Eisenman (1996)

Aronoff Center for Design and Art, Peter Eisenman (1996)