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Die Forschungsinitiative Architektur ist das offene Kooperationsprojekt der Professuren Architektur und Stadt, Architektur und Landschaft, Architektur und Kunst, Architektur und Experimentelles Entwerfen, das sich seit Anfang 2018 der wissenschaftlich-künstlerischen Forschung in der Architektur an der HafenCity Universit?t bbin宝盈体育 widmet. 


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Methodology in Research by Art or Design

Methodology in Research by Art or Design
Public lectures by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Prominski & Prof. Dr. Michael Hohl
HafenCity Universit?t bbin宝盈体育
November 27th, 2020
1–3 pm


The event took place online on Zoom.

As part of the  workshop Methodology in Research by Art or Design Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Prominski & Prof. Dr. Michael Hohl will hold two public lectures with a focus on current practices, methods, and research processes in applied research.

The aim of Methodology in Research by Art or Design is to focus on the methodological issues of ?researching by design and art. It is directed to researchers within the architecture and landscape architecture field, who employ the act of designing or artistic expression (conducted by the researcher or by other involved actors such as? ?artists, design experts, architects or by students) as an essential ?component of their research.

The workshop program on scientific-artistic research is part conducted by the ?architecture research initiative, founded in 2018 as an open cooperation project at the HafenCity University of bbin宝盈体育.

Concept:
Katarina Bajc
Research associate and doctoral student, Chair for ?Architecture and Landscape, Prof. Antje Stokman

Marie Ulber, PhD
Postdoctoral researcher, Chair for Architecture and Art, ?Prof. Dr. Mona Mahall

Methodologie in der künstlerisch-?wissenschaftlichen Forschung

Workshop
27. November 2020, 13–19 Uhr
HafenCity Universit?t & online per Zoom


Call zur Teilnahme 
Der Workshop konzentriert sich auf methodologische Fragen der wissenschaftlich-künstlerischen Forschung. Er richtet sich an ForscherInnen im Bereich der Architektur und Landschaftsarchitektur, die den Akt des Entwerfens oder des künstlerischen Ausdrucks als einen wesentlichen Bestandteil ihrer Forschung anwenden (durchgeführt von den Forschenden  selbst oder von anderen beteiligten AkteurInnen wie KünstlerInnen, Designer?Innen, ArchitektInnen oder StudentInnen). Wissenschaftlich-künstlerische Forschungsarbeiten in Architektur, Kunst und Gestaltung weisen hier disziplinübergreifend neue methodische Zug?nge auf. 

Ziel ist es, zu verstehen, wie die angewandten Methoden mit den erarbeiteten Inhalten der jeweiligen Forschung und Forschungsfrage aufeinander abgestimmt sind. Hier soll unter?sucht werden, welche Arbeitsstruktur für jede spezifische Methode der wissenschaftlich-künstlerischen Forschung gut funktioniert. Die für den Workshop relevanten Fragen sind: Wie erfüllt Forschung, bei der künstlerische Praxis oder Design als Methode eingesetzt wird, allgemein an?erkannte wissenschaftliche Standards? Welche Schritte, Phasen und Kl?rungen sind bei der Gestaltung und Strukturierung eines solchen Forschungsprojektes notwendig? Wie finden in solchen Forschungspraktiken Datenerhebung, Datenaus?wertungsstrategien und schlie?lich die Bildung neuen Wissens methodisch statt?

Zwei Vortr?ge zu aktuellen Praktiken, Methoden und Forschungsprozessen in der angewandten Forschung bieten eingangs in dem Workshop Orientierung. Im Anschluss stellen Promovierende und Forschende ihre methodischen Zug?nge in kleinen Gruppen mit den Vortragenden vor, um sie gemeinsam zu diskutieren und zu reflektieren. Dabei sind offene ?Fragen und ?berlegungen zum eigenen Promotionsvorhaben oder Forschungsprojekt sehr willkommen und sollen im Rahmen des Peer-Reviews beantwortet werden. 

 

Referenten 
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Prominski, Leitung des Fachgebietes Entwerfen urbaner Landschaften, Leibniz Universit?t Hannover
Prof. Dr. Michael Hohl, Professur für Designtheorie, Hochschule Anhalt 

Bewerbung
Ein kurzer Abstract (200 W?rter) über das Ziel und die Forschungsfrage des Promotions- oder Forschungsprojektes. Mit welchen Arbeitsschritten wird das Ziel voraussichtlich ?er?reicht? Welche Art von Forschungsmaterial wird bearbeitet und wie wird damit umgegangen? 

Abgabetermin: 9. November 2020, an: katarina.bajc@hcu-hamburg.de

Konzept
Katarina Bajc, Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und Doktorandin, Architektur und Landschaft, Prof. Antje Stokman
Marie Ulber, PhD, Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin (PostDoc), Architektur und Kunst, Prof. Dr. Mona Mahall

CA?RE+ CALL FOR PAPERS AND ARTIFACTS

8TH CA?RE CONFERENCE | 28–30 OCTOBER 2020, POLITECNICO DI MILANO (ONLINE EVENT)
CALL FOR PAPERS AND ARTIFACTS

Since September 2019 the HafenCity University is part of the Erasmus+ project CA?RE+ (Collective Evaluation of Design Driven Doctoral Research). CA?RE is a joint platform for research in all fields of architecture, design and arts, and supports early-career researchers and PhD students to improve the quality of their research within the realm of Design Driven Research. At the HCU the program is lead by Prof. Matthias Ballestrem

The 8th CA?RE conference together with the 3rd CA?RE+ event series is promoted by the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies (DAStU) and the PhD Program in Architectural, Urban and Interior Design of Politecnico di Milano. The main topic of the event is COMPARISON. The focus will narrow by comparing design strategies and tactics applied to highlight common approaches and methodological recursions.

The Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership CA?RE+ develops a collective learning environment through Evaluation of Design Driven Doctoral Training. Design Driven Doctoral research (DDDr) is taken as a multidisciplinary example of an experiential learning-through-evaluation model, appropriate for identification and promoting relevance of research singularity, its transparency and recognition, to award excellence in doctoral training for creative and culturally rooted solutions of contemporary design driven developments.

The CA?RE+ Strategic Partnership of 11 outstanding HE organisations and associations from 8 EU countries is running for 3 years. Its backbone is a series of biannual international and intercultural INTENSIVE STUDY PROGRAMMES for doctoral candidates, guided by experienced evaluators from participating universities and invited experts. The doctoral work-in-progress of 27 DDDr candidates (24 from abroad, 3 from the host) is evaluated by 18 experienced evaluators (16 / abroad, 2 / host) through presentations, performances, exhibitions and critical discussions, following the iterative CA?RE development steps: observation, sharing, comparison, reflection, reformulation and recommendation. To introduce new experts with lower evaluation experience into the process, JOINT STAFF TRAINING is developed at each venue. The CA?RE+ Strategic Partnership builds on the experience of the CA?RE community and its biannual Conferences on Artistic and Architectural Research since Autumn 2016, organized in association with ARENA (Architectural Research European Network Association), EAAE and ELIA. The Ghent CA?RE represents the first CA?RE+ event, where the Erasmus+ financial support can be provided for 3 candidates from each of the CA?RE+ participating higher education institution: the University of Ljubljana (LJUBLJANA), the Aarhus School of Architecture (AARHUS), the KU Leuven (GHENT), the Politecnico di Milano (MILANO), the TU Berlin (BERLIN), the COFAC - Lusofona University (PORTO), the Hafencity University bbin宝盈体育 (HAMBURG), the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (TRONDHEIM) and the TU Delft (DELFT). EAAE and ELIA are CA2RE+ full partners as well. The associate partnership includes the CA?RE participants.

CALL FOR CA?RE+

The doctoral candidates from the CA?RE+ Consortium (LJUBLJANA, AARHUS, GHENT, BERLIN, MILANO, PORTO, HAMBURG, TRONDHEIM and DELFT) are invited to apply for the CA?RE+ opportunity with their submissions, following the guidelines by 04/09/2020. External doctoral candidates are invited to apply also for joining the Milano online event. Selected contributions will be part of the online Proceedings publication (with ISBN) published by Politecnico di Milano.

CA?RE+ conditions

Due to the uncertain conditions of travel limitations, the conference will be online. The selected participants must attend the 3 full days conference (28/10/2020 to 30/10/2020) + contribution to the CA?RE+ database of evaluated materials (delivering digital files of the presentation and of any other document presented at the meeting, licensed under [(CC) BY-NC-SA]). The accepted applicants get free access to the CA?RE+ event and (except in the case of the staff from the host)

Obligations of the participant:

? Presentation of doctoral work-in-progress in Milano;

? Active participation in the discussions and summary sessions in Milano;

? Feedback about the impact of the Intensive Study Programme activity;

? Submission of the presentation/publication/exhibition materials, following the instructions of the CA?RE+ contact at your institution;

Procedure

We are inviting our most enthusiastic doctoral candidates to submit their materials, following the CA?RE+ guidelines. Their submission by 04/09/2020 means that they accept the CA?RE+ conditions and that they apply for the CA?RE+ event. The CA?RE+ consortium will select the first three eligible candidates from each CA?RE+ Consortium institution and seven candidates from any

CA?RE+ Consortium institution, recurring to the abstract submission ranking. A reserve list will be created in the case of additional positively evaluated submissions.

Further information & Open Call (direct download)

About CA?RE+

Contact at the HCU
Prof. Matthias Ballestrem | Architektur und experimentelles Entwerfen
matthias.ballestrem(at)hcu-hamburg.de
Tel.: +49 (0)40 42827-5091
Room 2 110.1

Kontakt

Sara Lusic-Alavanja
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Koordinatorin Forschungsinitiative Architektur

HafenCity Universit?t bbin宝盈体育 
Raum 2.110.1
Henning-Voscherau-Platz 1
20457 bbin宝盈体育

040 42827 5452
sara.lusic@hcu-hamburg.de

Can Peter Grothmann

Studentische Hilfskraft

HafenCity Universit?t bbin宝盈体育
Raum 2.110.1
Henning-Voscherau-Platz 1
20457 bbin宝盈体育

can-peter.grothmann@hcu-hamburg.de