Justine Peneau holds a Ph.D. in Design since January 2023. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher within the Design research group, as part of the PEPR LINDDA project: Living Infrastructure to Design responsible Digital technology for Agroecological transition. Her research explores the temporal dimension of design, particularly in the context of collaborative and/or participative design approaches. She examines time from an anthropological perspective, viewing it as a framework that simultaneously enables and constrains interactions, productions, know-how, tools, etc. Following a sociology of emergence, she also observes the dynamics at play in co-design situations.
- Collaborative design and participatory approaches
- Design of transitions
- Sociology of emergence and the benevolent dispositions of co-design
- Time, Temporality, Rythms and Dynamics of design and their effects
- Empathy and intercomprehension modalities in co-design
Since november 2023, and for 2 years, Justine Peneau is working on the PEPR LINDDA project: Living Infrastructure to Design responsible Digital technology for Agroecological transition. In this contexte she contributes to elaborate and evaluate a conceptual and methodological framework for an “living” infrastructure design model for agroecological digital transition. She also participates to the analysis and co-design of a responsible digital model for agroecological transition, at the interface between humans, living beings, non-humans, and non-living entities.
- Approche critique du « design empathique » : le cas du design sprint au sein d’une agence digitale
- Dynamique dispositive et structure temporelle de la co-conception : une analyse du travail de design en agence
- Traductibilité et design : explorer les paramètres génératifs du brief
- Figures de la science dans des contextes de conception