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Editor-in-Chief: Khaldoun Zreik
Editors: Guillaume Besacier, Matthieu Quiniou, Xiao Zhang
The International Journal of Design Sciences and Technology is an independent and open platform for disseminating design knowledge. The design of new products leads to solve problems with solutions that are still partial, using tools and methods that are still rudimentary. Design is applied in extremely varied fields and involves numerous agents during the entire process of elaboration and realisation. The International Journal of Design Sciences and Technology is a multidisciplinary forum dealing with all facets and fields of design. It endeavours to provide a framework with which to support debates on different social, economic, political, historical, pedagogical, philosophical, scientific and technological issues surrounding design and their implications for both professional and educational design environments. The focus is on both general as well as specific design issues, at the level of design ideas, experiments and applications.
IJDST has been published since 1991 by Europia (ISSN: 1630-7267). It has been accredited, since 2016, by the Agence d'évaluation de la recherche et de l'enseignement supérieur (AERES, French Agency for the Evaluation of Research and Higher Education) and by the Conseil national des universités 71e section (CNU71, French National Council of Universities, section 71: Communication and Information Sciences).