Are you interested in the topics we work on at the lab? As a student you can get involved in different ways; join via one of the electives we offer or set up an individual project with the lab.
MSc. Graduation project
Students from each master of IDE graduate each year with the lab on topics such as participation, design-enabled innovation, urban and social transformation, etc. Check the News & Events page of the Participatory City Making lab to have a look at the current graduation projects carried out. If you are interested, please get in touch with Ingrid Mulder.
MSc. Courses and electives
Track Call for Papers of ID4216 Context & Conceptualisation
The lab edits one of the different tracks of the Call for Papers of C&C, that poses research topics related to design-enabled innovation in the urban context and practices as participation.
In this course we discuss design-enabled innovation in the urban context and explore the role of design capabilities in enabling innovation in cities. The course is running in close collaboration with the European H2020 project DESIGNSCAPES.
In this course, students will learn how (strategic) design can be applied to enable social innovation. Students discuss different emerging types of social innovators, and argue how strategic design can trigger and facilitate a broader change and transformation process
The Deep Dive elective is ideal for students who wish to develop in-depth understanding of a topic, and for those preparing to start a graduation project on a relevant topic.
Students participate, on an individual basis, in one of the ongoing research projects in the Faculty IDE.