Digital Library of PHD Design Thesis

FROM:

Heico Wesselius

BBA, MA, PhD Candidate (Economics, The New School for
Social Research)| CSIRO Research Fellow | Design Integration Mapping
Project | Strategic Design | School of Design, Swinburne University of
Technology:

“We seek completed and accepted PhD theses in design, and in closely
related fields such as design anthropology, design thinking, or design
policy.

We welcome full these as PDF attachments or links to digital
collections that allow us to download the full thesis.

We will place these thesis in a digital library that we share with all contributors.

This collection is part of the Commonwealth Science and Industry Research
Organization (CSIRO) Design Capacity Mapping Project that Professor Ken
Friedman and I are undertaking for the Future Manufacturing Flagship
collaborative research program.

We have now collected over 300 PhD theses from around the world.
Collaborators who share documents will be granted access to the full
collection, and to future updates.

We are interested in PhD theses from any country and in any language. At
this time, we seek to expand our holdings of PhD theses from the UK and
North America.

We welcome additional theses from Scandinavia, Europe, India, China and
Korea. Given the growth of PhD programs in design in those regions, we have
fewer theses from these regions than we should have.

We expect to publish a bibliography of the collection in 2016.

Please e-mail full PDF documents as attachments or simply include the
link, handle for download.

> Please send them to: hwesselius@swin.edu.au

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