The purpose of this thematic collection is to selectively address and discuss actual topics along the entire value chain from material to design and fabrication, sharing achievements at the leading edge of research and application, and discussing ideas on future trends.
The new series Elements: The Archaeology of Europe, edited by Manuel Fernandez-Götz (University of Edinburgh) and Bettina Arnold (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) is a collaborative publishing venture between Cambridge University Press and the European Association of Archaeologists.
Thematic Collection seeks to contain high quality and novel contributions reporting on how design research relates to design practice. Contributions reporting on how research findings have impacted design in practical situations and how design practice has motivated design research are particularly welcome. Click through to read the full details of this call for papers.
This thematic collection seeks to examine new approaches to design cognition analysis, as well as identify future directions for design research in this area. Submission deadline is 31st December 2018. Click through to read the full details of this call for papers.
We're thrilled that "Earth History and Palaeogeography" was the winning title in the Earth Science category at the PROSE Awards 2018 and "Salt Tectonics: Principles and Practice" received an Honorable Mention for the category.