Quick Facts Submission Deadline: Clarity and credibility of design focus, purpose and solution relative to the posed challenge. Ages in China Design a mechanistic model or robot using Autodesk Inventor Professional which can be applied to 3D printers. In addition, the top entry will receive a special award at the conference.
The project is a residence hall on a college campus in the United States. The residence hall will be utilized during the summer months for various conferences and athletic summer camps. Facilities, programs and partnerships of faculty, staff and students need to be committed to supporting this living-learning environment to allow the further development of the student residential academic program.
The complete project scope and budget is being finalized and will be presented with the RFQ on September 12, Assumed program elements at this time include:. The Building Committee is in the process of finalizing the required program requirements and will present to the Board on September 6, for final approval. Currently the assumed program elements are:.
Teams competing first at the regional level will be asked to prepare a Request for Qualifications RFQ. The RFQ is specifically written to address a project on a college campus that is not a real campus project but utilizes typical industry approaches to RFQs. The scoring criteria will be included with the RFQ. This is a summary of the RFQ expectations. All teams should download the full RFQ rules below. All teams are expected that if chosen as the winner for their Region, they will attend the annual conference.
The competition is not a design competition, scheduling competition, estimating competition or a construction competition. These are critical in an industry RFP response and the judges will look for how teams approach each one of these areas and combine them in developing your program response. The logical process and consistency utilized in your design to address the program functional requirements, while providing an aesthetically appealing structure, structure constructability, design and construction schedule, overall design and construction management, and overall cost is important.
DBIA will provide complimentary registration to each team and faculty advisor. If you do well, they seek you out and want to get to know you. I think being in the top three allows you the reverse of normal students.
Rather than you trying to seek out a job, people seek you out to offer you a job. Special student rates make it the best investment you can make in your future as a design-builder. About What is Design-Build? Alliance Construction Second Place: Dynamic Design and Construction Third Place: Teams should prepare a camera ready unanonymized Extended Abstract six pages maximum written in the Extended Abstracts format.
The file must be no larger than 4 Mb in size. Additional supplementary material should be submitted as an interactive pdf, with a file-size no larger than 4Mb.
All submissions must be in English and must include title and author information, including author affiliations. Please be sure that submissions do not contain proprietary or confidential material and do not cite proprietary or confidential publications. Due to tight publication schedules, revisions to the extended abstract will not be possible.
The submitted PDF version should be camera-ready final version. Up to 12 successful submissions will be invited to CHI to take part in the next stage s of the competition, based upon reviewer ratings and comments. Teams will be provided space in the convention center to display posters and discuss their proposed solutions with the CHI attendees. A scheduled minute poster presentation event will take place during the conference. Student teams will be expected to host their posters and discuss their approach, design method and solutions with the Student Design Competition Judges.
The competition judges will select four teams to present their proposed solutions orally during a scheduled presentation session named "Student Design Competition Final". Please see the Information for Poster Presenters. The four teams selected by the judges following the Poster Presentations will present their design process and solution during a short presentation to the Judges and CHI attendees. Presentations will be limited to 10 minutes plus a subsequent 5 minutes to answer questions from the judges and audience.
Each team's short paper submission will be reviewed by both academic and professional design and usability experts. The top four entries to the Student Competition earn a Certificate of Recognition. The winning entry will be recognized during the closing plenary session of the CHI conference. In addition, the top entry will receive a special award at the conference.
All students must provide proof of their student status. For this proof of their student status, they should show that they registered for the Fall semester of and completed it. Each team must provide one proof package a single file containing scanned signed letters for each team member together with their project submission.
Teams must consist of at least two, but no more than five students. There is no limit to the number of teams that may compete from any given University or organization. Submissions are invited from all students at all stages of their university careers, from undergraduate to postgraduate.
While not a mandatory requirement, it is strongly encouraged that the teams put forward a multidisciplinary, multi-national team. There'll be limited stock in Toronto.
Quick Facts Submission Deadline: Camera-ready unanonymized 6 page extended abstract in Extended Abstracts format and proof of all team members' student status. Up to 12 accepted design competition submissions will give posters at the conference; 4 of these teams will be chosen to give a presentation.
The competition is aimed at meeting three goals: Provide an opportunity for students from a variety of design backgrounds HCI, industrial design, product design, visual design, etc.
Provide CHI attendees with refreshing perspectives on how design teams from different disciplines and different parts of the world approach a common design problem.
Provide CHI attendees with a chance to meet future professionals in our area, and provide competition participants with an opportunity to network with experienced HCI and Design professionals. The Design Problem BodyData: Designing for Qualities of the Quantified Self This year's conference theme "One of a CHInd" focuses our SDC design challenge on the one of a kind diversity that is made up of the individual selves that create our community.
We strongly encourage consideration of: Previous work in this and adjacent areas, and relevant creative and technological opportunities. Appropriate methodologies to ground your research decisions. Elaboration of methods for evaluating your designs within your iterative design framework Contextualization of your design through scenario and narrative" The Competition Structure The competition follows a three-round process.
Each round focuses on communicating the team's ideas through a different mode, as follows: Teams will submit a short paper in Extended Abstract Format six pages maximum summarizing their design solution and its evolution. Supplementary material should be provided as an interactive pdf.
This material should illustrate the development of the design solution. Expert reviewers will evaluate submissions and a maximum of 12 teams will be selected to attend the CHI conference.
Accepted teams will be expected to attend the conference to give a poster presentation outlining their design, and discuss their proposed solution with a panel of Student Design Competition Judges. The Judges will select 4 teams to participate in the competition final.
The 4 finalists will give an oral presentation on their design to the panel of Student Design Competition Judges and CHI conference attendees. Based on the criteria below, the competition judges will rank and identify an overall winner of the competition as well as second and third place teams. Extended Abstract and Supplementary Material Teams should prepare a camera ready unanonymized Extended Abstract six pages maximum written in the Extended Abstracts format.
The Extended Abstract should include: A description of your chosen design focus and proposed solution, with a summary of the approaches taken within your design process, and your main claims for your proposed solution Reference to design principles, sources of inspiration, and HCI theory where appropriate and relevant Acknowledgement of partial or incomplete solutions Acknowledgement of any assistance drawn from outside the student team advisors, faculty, domain experts, existing solutions, users, etc.
The Supplementary Material should include: Examples of significant contextual data and its analysis primary, secondary research or both Key creative sources of design inspiration existing designs and systems Sketches of the evolving solution Imagery as appropriate to illustrate the design solution Significant evaluation data in support of claims in the extended abstract All submissions must be in English and must include title and author information, including author affiliations.
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