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Register now<> for the RTD Conference 2019!
Early Birds registration closing on February 18.

The fourth biennial Research through Design Conference (RTD 2019)
"Method & Critique – Frictions and Shifts in Research through Design"

19-22 March 2019 | Science Center, Delft & Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
RTD is an experimental conference that supports the dissemination of design-led research. RTD comprises a curated exhibition of design research artifacts from all areas of design accompanied by in-depth, round–table discussions in ‘Rooms of Interest’. With this format, RTD aims to present an alternative to the traditional conference presentation of papers in darkened auditoriums, and supports a more discursive, synergistic setting that places the sharing of designed artifacts (whether tangible or not) at the heart of proceedings.
RTD 2019 will revolve around the theme ‘Method & Critique’ and their assumed incompatibility. We will address this friction productively by exploring various contemporary shifts in design research and practice, whether material, technological or socio-political, which either surface such a friction as a necessary collision or call for reconceptualisation.

  *   Johan Redström (Umeå Institute of Design, Sweden) | Design after Dichotomies | Wednesday 20 March
  *   Elvin Karana (CARADT & TU Delft) | The Art and Science of Materials | Friday 22 March


  *   New Agencies and Alignments in RTD | Science Center, Delft | Wednesday 20 March
  *   Policy and Governance for RTD | Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam | Thursday 21 March
Check out also the list of accepted papers<> and amazing workshops<> in program for this year!

Early Birds (January 11 – February 18)
Regular: €390 | Students: €290

Regular tickets (February 19 – March 15)
Regular: €490 | Students: €390

Workshop: €45

Online registration closes on  March 16. Accepted authors are kindly requested to register before February 5.

You can register via this link<>.


Science Centre Delft<,4.369501&z=13&t=m&hl=en-US&gl=US&mapclient=embed&cid=4155181943593263930>, Mijnbouwstraat 120, 2628RX, Delft
Het Nieuwe Instituut<,4.470948&z=13&t=m&hl=en-US&gl=US&mapclient=embed&cid=7351847043026396587>, Museumpark 25, 3015CB, Rotterdam

Looking for a place to stay?

Check out the preferred hotel reservations<>.

Looking forward to having you in the Netherlands!

Follow us on Twitter<>!

On behalf of the RTD 2019 team
Elisa Giaccardi & Pieter Jan Stappers

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