Divergence in Architectural Research is an international doctorate symposium hosted by the ConCave Ph.D. Student Group in the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture. The goal of the Ph.D. Symposium is to provide a supportive atmosphere for Ph.D. students to present and receive feedback on their ongoing work. Students at different stages in their research will have an opportunity to present and discuss their studies. The symposium provides doctoral students with a diverse academic ground from which to share their research with established scholars and other graduate students interested in similar research areas. The symposium aims to enable Ph.D. students to interact and network with other participants and potential collaborators to stimulate an exchange of ideas, suggestions, and experiences. The symposium is open to all Ph.D. students affiliated with any graduate programs currently developing research in architecture and related disciplines.
Theme: Divergence in Architectural Research
Architecture, as a discipline, embodies various fields of knowledge. Architectural research derives from within its own discipline and diverges into an interdisciplinary domain. Divergence in architectural research implies that there is an agency to expand the disciplinary boundary of architecture and produce new fields of knowledge emerging from within the architectural domain. It offers to make new connections between different epistemological frameworks and transforms our knowledge of architecture into unanticipated forms. Divergent approaches to interdisciplinary research in architecture prepare scholars and researchers for shared contributions across a rich array of intellectual fields.
The symposium invites all doctoral students to present their interdisciplinary research in five thematic session topics. The chosen topics, listed below, are intended to be inclusive, ensuring a venue for a diverse spectrum of research and welcoming overlaps to stimulate further discussion across sessions.
1. Architectural History, Theory, and Society
2. Architecture, Culture, and Behavior
3. Design Methods, Computing, and Production
4. Design Technologies, Data, and Performance
5. Urban studies, Systems, and Ecologies
We invite all graduate students in architecture to submit a poster of their research work, whether ongoing or recently completed in any of our defined fields above. In addition to a poster session, the accepted posters will be on display for the duration of the Symposium. Selected posters will be published in the proceeding book of the Symposium.
Poster Abstract submission deadline: December 20th
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Abstract submission opens: May 27, 2019
SUBMISSION DEADLINE for Abstracts: September 20, 2019
NOTIFICATION of Abstract Acceptance: October 1, 2019
SUBMISSION DEADLINE for Full Papers, Work-in-Progress (for blind peer-review): November 15, 2019
NOTIFICATION of Peer-review: January 1, 2020
SUBMISSION DEADLINE for Presentation-ready Paper: February 1, 2020
Ph.D. Student Symposium: March 5-6, 2020 [Thursday-Friday]
SUBMISSION DEADLINE for Final Paper: March 21, 2020
Ph.D. Symposium: Divergence in Architectural Research
Phone: +1 404-894-4885
Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Architecture
245 4th Street, NW, Suite 351
Atlanta, GA 30332
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