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Australia Korea design and language symposium

Australia Korea design and language symposium
The University of Newcastle hosts two international events on 4 August 2017 in Newcastle: 2nd Australia Korea design and language symposium, and 2nd CALIDE (culture and language in design education) workshop. The symposium will improve our joint understanding of language in design and provide a new insight into the way different cultures communicate their values, attitudes and intent. Free resigstrations include free lunch at Sea Salt restraurant, Crowne Plaza Newcastle. There are two sessions: Welcoming (Arrival tea) _ 8:40 – 9:00 am AKDL symposium Session I _ 9:00 – 10:40 amNing Gu, The language of traditional Chinese private garden designs, University of South AustraliaTessa Morison, Using visual language to reveal hidden meanings in historic texts, The University of NewcastleRongrong Yu, Parametric design thinking, Griffith UniversityJu Hyun Lee, Measuring cognitive complexity in design, The University of Newcastle Morning Tea_10:40 – 11:00 am AKDL symposium Session II _ 11:00 am – 12:30 pmHyunsoo Lee, Bio-inspired Architectural Façade Design Using Rules of Bird Flocking, Yonsei UniversityJi-Hyun Lee, Formal Approaches to the Study of Culture, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & TechnologyMi Jeong Kim, Designing in Immersive Shared Environments, KyungHee UniversityJin-Kook Lee, Intelligent BIM and an Initial Application of AI in Design, Hanyang University Free Lunch _ 12:30 – 1:30 pm

at Crowne Plaza
50 Carrington Street
Newcastle, Australia

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