Designing the heterotopia: from social ideology to spatial morphology



Designing the heterotopia: from social ideology to spatial morphology
Çalışkan, Olgu; Tümtürk, Onur (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2020-03-01)
The established binary oppositions like 'modern vs. traditional' or 'urban vs. rural' fall short either to comprehend or to (re)generate cultural complexity of the contemporary societies. This problem is usually exposed by the critiques questioning the nature of design in urbanism reducing the domain to formal, functional or stylistic expressions in practice. The alternative track exposing another strategic outlook in the search for 'enforced' diversity within the neighbourhood, however, reveals some other ...
Analyzing the fit between organizational environment,structure,and culture: a case study of a public organization
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Designing Social Cues for Collaborative Robots: The Role of Gaze and Breathing in Human-Robot Collaboration
Terzioglu, Yunus; Mutlu, Bilge; Şahin, Erol (2020-01-01)
In this paper, we investigate how collaborative robots, or cobots, typically composed of a robotic arm and a gripper carrying out manipulation tasks alongside human coworkers, can be enhanced with HRI capabilities by applying ideas and principles from character animation. To this end, we modified the appearance and behaviors of a cobot, with minimal impact on its functionality and performance, and studied the extent to which these modifications improved its communication with and perceptions by human collab...
Designing a magic flask: a new activity for teaching nature of science in both formal and informal learning environments
Eren-Sisman, Ece N.; KÖSEOĞLU, FİTNAT (2019-12-17)
The magic flask, which is a kind of black box activity, builds an environment for science teachers to discuss nature of science in a formal or/and informal learning environment in the context of the history of science through an explicit-reflective approach. In the activity, the nature of science (NOS) aspects are explicitly addressed and opportunities are provided for high school students to reflect on how these ideas relate to the working principle of the magic flask. This activity could be conducted not ...
Exploring the Photon Sieve: Mathematical Framework and Experimental Categorization
Oneill, John; Davila, Joseph M; Öktem, Sevinç Figen; Daw, Adrian (2014-12-15)
The photon sieve is a diffractive optical element similar to a Fresnel zone plate, however instead of alternating rings of opaque and transmissive material the sieve is made up of many holes arranged in concentric circles. A sieve provides diffraction-limited resolution where traditional reflective and refractive optics are unable to, such as in the extreme ultraviolet. We present here recent results of testing the photon sieve's properties and comparing them to theory. Such results include multiple wavelen...
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O. Çalışkan and D. Cihanger Medeıros Rıbeıro, “Designing the heterotopia: from social ideology to spatial morphology,” Journal of Urban Design, pp. 0–0, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: