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The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation - School of Design invites applications for a vacant PhD fellowship

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation – School of Design invites applications for a vacant PhD fellowship

The School of Design invites applications for a PhD fellowship within the theme of 'Design education in transition with a particular focus on sustainable development'. The position is available from 1st November 2019 or as soon as possible hereafter.

About the project

Since 2016, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK) has worked with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a common theme for the three degree programmes, and in 2019, the School made the SDGs part of its new strategy. Today, teaching and research are conducted into several different aspects of sustainability, and graduates are encouraged to consider the SDGs in their graduation projects.

In advertising this PhD position, the aim is to further strengthen the work in relation to the SDGs with a specific focus on how the School of Design as a research-based and artistically anchored professional design programme can be included in and contribute to facilitating a sustainable transformation of businesses, organisations, and society.

It is expected that the PhD project will consider the particular knowledge and practice forms of the design education, based on both scientific and artistic research, and how these different knowledge forms can be brought into play in new collaborative formats and interactions with the surrounding society and in relation to current sustainability challenges.

The theoretical-methodological starting points for the application may, for example, be design thinking, design for social innovation, design management, speculative design, and/or artistic-experimental approaches with a focus on exploring possibilities or making proposals for the development of tomorrow's design education, including investigating possible and changed design competences.

The Danish design tradition could also be a possible theme for the PhD project, considering how this tradition with its backdrop of welfare development can be discussed and put into play in new contexts and scales and in relation to current societal issues.

It is a specific requirement that the PhD fellowship focuses on the School of Design's 'Cross-Disciplinary Education' (known by its Danish acronym, KDTU), which is the part of the design education where the students meet across different subject areas, collaborating on common theoretical-methodological and practice-orientated issues and assignments. Here, the PhD project might focus on investigating which types of design competences designers need to possess or strengthen in order to be valuable players in and leaders of sustainable transformation in businesses, organisations and society.

The PhD project will be placed at the Institute of Visual Design / KDTU, and the candidate will be enrolled at KADK's PhD School.

Institute of Visual Design

The Institute of Visual Design (IVD) educates tomorrow's designers and conducts research at the highest level within visual media, typography and graphic design as well as identity, game and interaction design. We develop new design methods that equip students with comprehensive innovative and strategic competences. We build bridges between a strong Danish tradition and our technological and digital age. Working with an aesthetic design practice and state-of-the-art technological options, we involve the world in our work with the development of design proposals and the propagation of design solutions that promote the good life and a sustainable future.

The School of Design's Cross-Disciplinary Education

The School of Design's Cross-Disciplinary Education (KDTU) is the joint academic foundation of the design education across programmes and specialisations. The teaching at KDTU aims to provide students with general design knowledge, skills and competences, including knowledge about the development of design history and the concept of design as well as the cultural and societal significance of the design field, including design ethics and sustainability, general knowledge about the design education's scientific, artistic and professional foundation and methods, as well as general academic, artistic and professional skills.

Read more about the institute, the programme, scientific research, artistic research etc. at www.kadk.dk.

Qualification requirements

The PhD is fixed as three years of full-time study. On the application date, the applicant must have achieved a Master's degree (120 ECTS credits or corresponding) within design, architecture or another relevant subject area.

Alternatively, the applicant must be able to document competences on a par with a Master's degree through extensive education (4-5 years) as well as knowledge, qualifications, competences and business-related experience within architecture.

The application must include:

No application form is used. Candidates must submit a written application in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish or English. Applications should be submitted in PDF format and must include:

• Project description including: title of the research project, problem statement, research methodology, empirical foundation and time schedule (5 standard pages).

• A CV, if possible with a list of publications.

• Documentation for exams passed in the form of diploma and examination register transcript.

• Portfolio with examples of the applicant's practical design work.

Terms of employment

Enrolment will take place with a view to acquiring the PhD degree and entails salaried employment as a PhD fellow for three years as per the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations, AC, minutes about PhD fellowships (Appendix 5).

The salary consists of a seniority-based basic salary and a non-pensionable supplement.

The legal basis for the PhD programme and the awarding of the PhD degree at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK) is primarily found in the Ministerial Order on the Act on Institutions of Higher Artistic Education, cf. Consolidation Act no. 1673 of 11 December 2013, and in the Ministry of Higher Education and Science's PhD Order no. 1039 of 29 August 2013. Details of the regulatory basis can be accessed via KADK's website: https://kadk.dk/sites/default/files/downloads/article/retningslinjer20for20p.nelsen20ved20kadk.pdf.424

Deadline for the application is Thursday 5 September 2019 at 12 noon

Applications must be submitted electronically here: https://kadk.dk/ledige-stillinger. For further information, please contact associate professor Silje Alberthe Kamille Friis by tel.: +45 2424 0844 or by email to: sifr@kadk.dk.

Anyone who satisfies the requirement about an academic education at Master's level is invited to apply for the fellowship, regardless of their age, gender, race, religion or ethnicity.


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330051283Phoenix-3fa09bec12019-06-30T00:00:00The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation - School of Design invites applications for a vacant PhD fellowshipThe Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation – School of Design invites applications for a vacant PhD fellowship

The School of Design invites applications for a PhD fellowship within the theme of 'Design education in transition with a particular focus on sustainable development'. The position is available from 1st November 2019 or as soon as possible hereafter.

About the project

Since 2016, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK) has worked with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a common theme for the three degree programmes, and in 2019, the School made the SDGs part of its new strategy. Today, teaching and research are conducted into several different aspects of sustainability, and graduates are encouraged to consider the SDGs in their graduation projects.

In advertising this PhD position, the aim is to further strengthen the work in relation to the SDGs with a specific focus on how the School of Design as a research-based and artistically anchored professional design programme can be included in and contribute to facilitating a sustainable transformation of businesses, organisations, and society.

It is expected that the PhD project will consider the particular knowledge and practice forms of the design education, based on both scientific and artistic research, and how these different knowledge forms can be brought into play in new collaborative formats and interactions with the surrounding society and in relation to current sustainability challenges.

The theoretical-methodological starting points for the application may, for example, be design thinking, design for social innovation, design management, speculative design, and/or artistic-experimental approaches with a focus on exploring possibilities or making proposals for the development of tomorrow's design education, including investigating possible and changed design competences.

The Danish design tradition could also be a possible theme for the PhD project, considering how this tradition with its backdrop of welfare development can be discussed and put into play in new contexts and scales and in relation to current societal issues.

It is a specific requirement that the PhD fellowship focuses on the School of Design's 'Cross-Disciplinary Education' (known by its Danish acronym, KDTU), which is the part of the design education where the students meet across different subject areas, collaborating on common theoretical-methodological and practice-orientated issues and assignments. Here, the PhD project might focus on investigating which types of design competences designers need to possess or strengthen in order to be valuable players in and leaders of sustainable transformation in businesses, organisations and society.

The PhD project will be placed at the Institute of Visual Design / KDTU, and the candidate will be enrolled at KADK's PhD School.

Institute of Visual Design

The Institute of Visual Design (IVD) educates tomorrow's designers and conducts research at the highest level within visual media, typography and graphic design as well as identity, game and interaction design. We develop new design methods that equip students with comprehensive innovative and strategic competences. We build bridges between a strong Danish tradition and our technological and digital age. Working with an aesthetic design practice and state-of-the-art technological options, we involve the world in our work with the development of design proposals and the propagation of design solutions that promote the good life and a sustainable future.

The School of Design's Cross-Disciplinary Education

The School of Design's Cross-Disciplinary Education (KDTU) is the joint academic foundation of the design education across programmes and specialisations. The teaching at KDTU aims to provide students with general design knowledge, skills and competences, including knowledge about the development of design history and the concept of design as well as the cultural and societal significance of the design field, including design ethics and sustainability, general knowledge about the design education's scientific, artistic and professional foundation and methods, as well as general academic, artistic and professional skills.

Read more about the institute, the programme, scientific research, artistic research etc. at www.kadk.dk.

Qualification requirements

The PhD is fixed as three years of full-time study. On the application date, the applicant must have achieved a Master's degree (120 ECTS credits or corresponding) within design, architecture or another relevant subject area.

Alternatively, the applicant must be able to document competences on a par with a Master's degree through extensive education (4-5 years) as well as knowledge, qualifications, competences and business-related experience within architecture.

The application must include:

No application form is used. Candidates must submit a written application in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish or English. Applications should be submitted in PDF format and must include:

• Project description including: title of the research project, problem statement, research methodology, empirical foundation and time schedule (5 standard pages).

• A CV, if possible with a list of publications.

• Documentation for exams passed in the form of diploma and examination register transcript.

• Portfolio with examples of the applicant's practical design work.

Terms of employment

Enrolment will take place with a view to acquiring the PhD degree and entails salaried employment as a PhD fellow for three years as per the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations, AC, minutes about PhD fellowships (Appendix 5).

The salary consists of a seniority-based basic salary and a non-pensionable supplement.

The legal basis for the PhD programme and the awarding of the PhD degree at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK) is primarily found in the Ministerial Order on the Act on Institutions of Higher Artistic Education, cf. Consolidation Act no. 1673 of 11 December 2013, and in the Ministry of Higher Education and Science's PhD Order no. 1039 of 29 August 2013. Details of the regulatory basis can be accessed via KADK's website: https://kadk.dk/sites/default/files/downloads/article/retningslinjer20for20p.nelsen20ved20kadk.pdf.424

Deadline for the application is Thursday 5 September 2019 at 12 noon

Applications must be submitted electronically here: https://kadk.dk/ledige-stillinger. For further information, please contact associate professor Silje Alberthe Kamille Friis by tel.: +45 2424 0844 or by email to: sifr@kadk.dk.

Anyone who satisfies the requirement about an academic education at Master's level is invited to apply for the fellowship, regardless of their age, gender, race, religion or ethnicity.

2019-08-06T00:51:54.030 The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation School of Design invites applications for a vacant PhD fellowship The School of Design invites applications for a PhD fellowship within the theme of Design education in transition with a particular focus on sustainable development . The position is available from 1st November 2019 or as soon as possible hereafter. About the project Since 2016, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK) has worked with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a common theme for the three degree programmes, and in 2019, the School made the SDGs part of its new strategy. Today, teaching and research are conducted into several different aspects of sustainability, and graduates are encouraged to consider the SDGs in their graduation projects. In advertising this PhD position, the aim is to further strengthen the work in relation to the SDGs with a specific focus on how the School of Design as a research-based and artistically anchored professional design programme can be included in and contribute to facilitating a sustainable transformation of businesses, organisations, and society. It is expected that the PhD project will consider the particular knowledge and practice forms of the design education, based on both scientific and artistic research, and how these different knowledge forms can be brought into play in new collaborative formats and interactions with the surrounding society and in relation to current sustainability challenges. The theoretical-methodological starting points for the application may, for example, be design thinking, design for social innovation, design management, speculative design, and or artistic-experimental approaches with a focus on exploring possibilities or making proposals for the development of tomorrow s design education, including investigating possible and changed design competences. The Danish design tradition could also be a possible theme for the PhD project, considering how this tradition with its backdrop of welfare development can be discussed and put into play in new contexts and scales and in relation to current societal issues. It is a specific requirement that the PhD fellowship focuses on the School of Design s Cross-Disciplinary Education (known by its Danish acronym, KDTU), which is the part of the design education where the students meet across different subject areas, collaborating on common theoretical-methodological and practice-orientated issues and assignments. Here, the PhD project might focus on investigating which types of design competences designers need to possess or strengthen in order to be valuable players in and leaders of sustainable transformation in businesses, organisations and society. The PhD project will be placed at the Institute of Visual Design KDTU, and the candidate will be enrolled at KADK s PhD School. Institute of Visual Design The Institute of Visual Design (IVD) educates tomorrow s designers and conducts research at the highest level within visual media, typography and graphic design as well as identity, game and interaction design. We develop new design methods that equip students with comprehensive innovative and strategic competences. We build bridges between a strong Danish tradition and our technological and digital age. Working with an aesthetic design practice and state-of-the-art technological options, we involve the world in our work with the development of design proposals and the propagation of design solutions that promote the good life and a sustainable future. The School of Design s Cross-Disciplinary Education The School of Design s Cross-Disciplinary Education (KDTU) is the joint academic foundation of the design education across programmes and specialisations. The teaching at KDTU aims to provide students with general design knowledge, skills and competences, including knowledge about the development of design history and the concept of design as well as the cultural and societal significance of the design field, including design ethics and sustainability, general knowledge about the design education s scientific, artistic and professional foundation and methods, as well as general academic, artistic and professional skills. Read more about the institute, the programme, scientific research, artistic research etc. at www.kadk.dk. Qualification requirements The PhD is fixed as three years of full-time study. On the application date, the applicant must have achieved a Master s degree (120 ECTS credits or corresponding) within design, architecture or another relevant subject area. Alternatively, the applicant must be able to document competences on a par with a Master s degree through extensive education (4-5 years) as well as knowledge, qualifications, competences and business-related experience within architecture. The application must include: No application form is used. Candidates must submit a written application in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish or English. Applications should be submitted in PDF format and must include: • Project description including: title of the research project, problem statement, research methodology, empirical foundation and time schedule (5 standard pages). • A CV, if possible with a list of publications. • Documentation for exams passed in the form of diploma and examination register transcript. • Portfolio with examples of the applicant s practical design work. Terms of employment Enrolment will take place with a view to acquiring the PhD degree and entails salaried employment as a PhD fellow for three years as per the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations, AC, minutes about PhD fellowships (Appendix 5). The salary consists of a seniority-based basic salary and a non-pensionable supplement. The legal basis for the PhD programme and the awarding of the PhD degree at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK) is primarily found in the Ministerial Order on the Act on Institutions of Higher Artistic Education, cf. Consolidation Act no. 1673 of 11 December 2013, and in the Ministry of Higher Education and Science s PhD Order no. 1039 of 29 August 2013. Details of the regulatory basis can be accessed via KADK s website: https: kadk.dk sites default files downloads article retningslinjer20for20p.nelsen20ved20kadk.pdf.424 Deadline for the application is Thursday 5 September 2019 at 12 noon Applications must be submitted electronically here: https: kadk.dk ledige-stillinger. For further information, please contact associate professor Silje Alberthe Kamille Friis by tel.: 45 2424 0844 or by email to: sifr@kadk.dk. 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