This Thematic Collection offers a forum for design work on co-creation with non-designers, e.g., what methods and tools are suitable, and how design projects benefit from the involvement of non-designers. The collection aims at stimulating both research- and practice-oriented contributions in the domain of co-design and creating a forum for discussing relevant emerging issues. Submissions can be regular research papers or short design practice briefs.
Wearable Technologies is proud to include four exceptional academics to our Editorial Board. Please join the journal in welcoming:
Dr Simona Crea, SSSA, Italy
Dr Uttama Lahiri, IIT Gandhinagar, India
Prof Lorenzo Masia, Heidelberg University, Germany
Dr Elliott Rouse, Univ of Michigan, USA
The DSJ Thematic Collection (TC) on Design Science Clusters of Merit (DSCM) comprises review papers on design research, education, or practice conducted by specific research groups associated with a particular institution. The collection aims to increase awareness and broad visibility of design science work worldwide in both academic and industry settings; and to highlight synergies across diverse research efforts that converge in realizing a contribution to design science.
This special issue targets high-quality original research papers covering all aspects of evolutionary machine learning. A non-exhaustive list of the topics of interest is outlined below. The submission of manuscripts that are extended versions of work previously published at a conference or workshop are also welcome, on the condition that there is a significant amount of new material in the submission (i.e. the submission should contain a minimum of 50% new material).