After completing a Bachelor degree in Philosophy, Laura entered the field of Design Research. She has a Masters degree in Information Experience Design from the Royal College of Art, London and has worked with research and design at The Interactive Institute in Sweden and Peking Natural Science-art Organization in China. She is currently a PhD candidate in Innovation and Design and is working on the development of MDH LivingLab@IPR.
The overarching purpose of the project is to explore the possibilities for the role of design to support co-production and collaborative activities between universities and society. Creative visual tools are used to prompt inquiry and reflective practices in co-production. These are developed for and together with students, researchers and external partners of the university.
The Knowledge Triangle Cards: supporting university-society collaborations (Apr 2018) Laura Gottlieb 11th European Conference on Games Based Learning (ECGBL)
Exploratory workshop using abstract collaging to reflect on university-society collaborations (Apr 2018) Laura Gottlieb Participatory Innovation Conference 2018 (PIN-C 2018)