Trial Lecture: Manuela Aguirre Ulloa

Manuela Aguirre Ulloa will present her trial lecture Tuesday 2 June, 14.00. The trial lecture will be held over zoom and will be in English. 

Title of trial lecture: 
How can Bela H. Banathy’s ideas of pervasive co-design culture be understood in relation to Participatory Design and issues of power?
Register for the trial lecture
The trial lecture will take place in zoom webinar. To be able to participate as audience you need to register. After registration you will receive a link. This link will be active 15 minutes before the trial lecture is scheduled.  About the candidate:
Manuela Aguirre Ulloa (1988) is a Chilean designer, passionate about tackling complex social issues while bridging research, teaching, and real-world practice. She is currently Assistant Professor of service design at AHO and leads the systemic design efforts at Designit. Before starting this doctorate, she worked at Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, epicenter for using design to transform healthcare experiences. She holds a Master of Industrial Design from AHO, completed in 2012 with the award wining project Designing for Dignity, recognized for pioneering the use of systems oriented design for multi-sectorial co-creation. 
Adjudication committee
  • Alex Ryan, Executive-in-Residence, Rotman School of Management, Toronto. 
  • Per-Anders Hillgren, Professor, Malmö University
  • Maja van der Velden, Associate Professor, Institute of Informatics, UiO

Date: 02. June, 2020
Time: 2:00 pm

Venue: Zoom webinar - Please register to participate in the lecture