THERE ARE STILL A FEW PLACES AVAILABLE FOR SCIENTISTS ON THE 29/11 WORKSHOP, AND FOR BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PEOPLE ON THE 14/11 WORKSHOP
The Cellulife workshop is a one-day intensive design-driven project addressed to designers, business people, and scientists, aiming to explore and visualize future applications of cellulose. The project includes an introduction to the main technical, functional and perceptive properties of cellulose and the new so called super material – nanocellulose, given by invited science and design experts, and a guided design activity geared towards the development of cellulose based design concepts. The workshop is in English.
Workshop is led by Carlos Peralta Ph.D. (Cantab)firstname.lastname@example.orgAalto University School of Arts, Design and ArchitectureDesign Driven Value Chains in the World of Cellulose Research group
More info about cellulose can be found here: www.cellulosefromfinland.fi
Mon 14.11.2016 9:30-16:30For: Business professionals (Still space)Designers (Full)Location: Aalto University, Otakaari 1, Room U121b, Otaniemi, Espoo
Tue 29.11.2016, 9:30-16:30For: Scientists / Engineers (Still space)Designers (Full)Location: Aalto University, Hämeentie 135 C, Room 869, Helsinki
You'll get a confirmation email from the workshop team once your sign up has been accepted.
The Cellulife workshop is part of a wider research project from Aalto University, which seeks to understand collaborative effort between designers and scientists in the context of materials development. With the purpose of collecting data for the research, the workshop sessions might be videotaped and audio recorded, and workshop participants might be required to complete questionnaires. By taking part in the workshop, participants are giving consent to the use and publication of session videotapes, audio recordings and questionnaires answers by the workshop leader and Aalto University for research purposes.
The concepts and designs developed during the workshop will be recorded and photographed. These concepts and designs, as well as the recordings and pictures, might be used and published for research purposes. By taking part in the workshop, participants are giving consent to the use and publication of them by the workshop leader and Aalto University for research purposes.