The Admission Committee, with the submissions presented to them by the Teaching Experiences and the Research Forum and Design, will evaluate the proposals that are presented in the working groups and then, after a final revision, will publish their results
Things that will be taken into account, among other criteria, are the adaption of the theme and to the general objectives of the BID Meeting, to the specific objectives of this edition and the thematic axis under the motto “Territory_ Design”; the contribution of submission to the publication and its reflection on design (both didactic and research based).
The first phase of admission is the responsibility of the organization of the BID Meeting, with the support of DIMAD partner schools. The representatives are:
Adela Acitores (ESNE), Juanita Bagés (Complutense University/Fine Arts) and Miguel Hernández (Francisco de Vitoria University).
Architect for the UPM, she got a scholarship from the Minister of Education of research staff and university teachers at the ETSAM, in which she obtained her doctorate in 1996. Since then, she has worked as a teacher in Graphic Expression, giving lessons in the degrees of Architecture and Design &Fine Arts; as a teacher at the European University of Madrid (1996 to 2013), where she has been teacher and director of the Graphic Expression and Design department. Afterwards, she continued her academic activity at the Antonio de Nebrija University (2013 to 2015), where she was in charge of the coordination of the Graphic Expression area in the Polytechnic School. Currently, she is director of Academic planning at ESNE, University School of Design, Innovation and Technology.
During all this time, she combined her teaching activities with her professional and research career, participating in various projects. Currently, she is part o the Vignola group of the Fine Arts faculty of the UC. This year, she directed the International Congress on Innovation in Teaching, of the DiseñoIDD.
Juanita Bagés is Doctor in Fine Arts at the UCM and graphic designer at the National University of Colombia. She is currently teacher in the Design degree at the Complutense University of Madrid and in the degree of Engineering in Industrial Design and Product Development at the Nebrija University. During these years, she combined her teaching and research activity with her work as a designer and photographer in various studios and editorials.
Francisco de Vitoria University
Miguel Hernández, Creative Director of Pluviam. Degree in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid (specializing in design) in 1997. University lecturer at the Francisco de Vitoria University since 2006; teacher in the Master of Edition of Santillana Formation at the University of Salamanca (2006 to 2009); teacher in the Masters in Graphic Design Communication at TRACOR (CEU, San Pablo University) 2014-2015. Specialties: Branding, Motion Graphics, Illustration and Structural Design.
Pedagogical and Technological University
Industrial Designer from Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, specialist in workplace health and ergonomics, Masters in Education, Doctorate in Design and Creation from the University of Caldas, Colombia. Founder of the Industrial Design School of the Pedagogical and Technological University of Colombia (UPTC), in which she is a teacher and coordinates the Masters in Design with a specialty in development of social projects. In 2002, she launched, along with another teacher “Taller 11, grupo de investigación en Diseño” (workshop 11, research group in design), of which she is the coordinator. Her research has a participatory approach in themes related with physical ergonomics and cognitive ergonomics, principally with special populations. Her publications involve all kinds of accessibility, inclusion, emotions and interactions and themes related with the rescue of identity and culture of the populations that conserve traditions. She did internships in research centers in Argentina, Mexico and Colombia and has been invited to participate at a national and international level as an evaluator in research competitions and as a lecturer in design and ergonomics events.
The second phase will be in charge of the Executive Council of the BID meeting.
Mónica Herrera School
Graduate in Graphic Design from the University Dr José Matías Delgado in EL Salvador. Fullbright Intern with a Masters in Graphic Design from the University of Illinois in Chicago, and a Masters in Graphic Design and New Technologies, having studied her undergraduate in Graphical Design at the University of Illinois. Teacher for the program Gallery 37, with Graphic Design speciality. She is the director and professor for the Strategic Design degree at the Mónica Herrera School of Communication in El Salvador. She has her own design studio where she is consultant in Graphic Design and Editorial Design for Salvadorian organizations and companies.
Graphic Designer and artist. He is an honorable fellow of the Fundación Diseño Madrid. Head professor at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana de Mexico and guest professor at the University Altos del Chavón, Dominican Republic. He is an international adviser for the International Conference of Design, Mexico DF, and an International Liaison in Mexico for the Type Directors Club, New York, and National Delegate of Association Typographique Internationale, Paris. In 1988, he founded the Archivo de Diseño Gráfico Internacional, Latin America’s first exhibition on international graphic design.
Graduate in Graphic Design from the Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana (UAM), specialist and Master of Design in New Technologies. She studied psychology of advertising at the University Complutense of Madrid. Her works have been presented during national and international exhibitions, including the International Mail Art, Elite International, Festival Cervantino, Graphic Intervention and Fun-Fan, among others. Since 1994, she has been freelance, with her participation standing out in 1995 as a collaborator for Coordination of Design for Graphic Communication at UAM, as well as her permanent work since 1993 for Félix Beltran and Asociados.
Executive president of the BID
Designer. Founder and President of the Fundación Diseño Madrid (DIMAD) and Executive President of the Iberoamerican Biennal of Design (BID). Specialized in graphic design, he stands out in the field of editorial and corporative design. His studio was the second to receive the AENOR Certificate in Quality Systems (ISO 9001 norm) and in Environment (ISO 14000 norm). His works have been emphasized by institutions like the Cervantes Prize, Alianza Editorial, Fundación Repsol and numerous book covers of El País newspaper. He has been awarded several prizes and distinctions like the Laus, AEPD, Art Directors Club of Europe and recently the Good Design Chicago 2014. He is a member of the Council for Artistic Teaching of Spain,
Lecturer in Design Management. Teacher of Design Engineering in ETS, on the official masters in Design Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). Founder of the IGD – Group of research and design management (UPV). Director of the Trendhal designspotting observatory of trends. Manuel Lecuona is coordinator of the Design management module, of the degree with the same name, at the Foundation of the UPC. Visiting teacher at the La Havana University (Cuba); EAFIT Medellín University (Colombia) and masters in Strategic Design at the Valparaiso University (Chile).
He is also external consultant in Design Management at the Barcelona Centre of Design (BCD) and at the PRODINTEC Technologic Centre. He collaborates with organisms like CANACINTRA and AFANJL (Mexico), CATEM Technologic Centre of wood (Bio-Bio Chile), CETELEM bank (Spain y FEDERHABITAT (Spain).
Doctorate from the University of Malaga and graduate in Fine Arts (specializing in design) from UCM, she finished her studies in Graphic Design and Art Direction in Kunstacademie Van Beeldende Kunsten in Rotterdam (today called Willem de Kooning Academie). She began her professional career in 1990 as a designer of multimedia interactive systems. From February 2002 to December 2014, she combined this labor with research and teaching in the European University of Madrid, as the course designer of the design studies program in this university and academic coordinator for its implementation. She has lead exhibitions and is author of diverse articles about design, education and diffusion. Today, she is director of Art and Design in ESN, University School of Design, Innovation and Technology, which is part of University Camilo José Cela and which offers university degrees in fashion design, product, interiors, graphics and video games.
Architect and designer, graduate of the University La Sapienza in Roma, Italia. He has acquired a wide-ranging professional and international portfolio not only as a design advisor, but also as a consultant on the European Union and United Nation Projects (UNDP) for the development of design capacities in several countries in Southern Asia, the Mediterranean and Latin America. In Costa Rica, he founded and led the undergraduate course on Industrial Design at the Technologic Institute of Costa Rica. Later, he was the director of the Design School of Products in the University of Veritas, which he also led from its opening from 2002 to 2010. Today, he is academic dean in the University of Veritas. In parallel, he is a freelance professional.
Industrial designer. He has been dean and vice rector of the undergraduate course on Industrial Design. Now he is rector of Instituto Superior de Diseño ISDI de la Habana, where he himself graduated from. Masters Degree in Management and Innovation in Design, Doctorate in Management in Design from the University of Valencia, Spain. As a professor and a professional he has developed courses, projects and advised on Design in Cuba, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Spain and Venezuela. He has been recognised with these awards Premios Anuales de Diseño de la Oficina Nacional de Diseño of Cuba and el Reconocimiento al Mérito from the Ministry of Economics and the Ministry of Superior Education of the Cuban Republic.
University of Buenos Aires
Graduate in Industrial Design from the University of Buenos Aires, postgraduate in strategic management of design, design and projects management in the same university, and in the University of Milan. She developed her professional activity in the Metropolitan center of design of Buenos Aires from 2002 to March 2016, being since 2011 manager of the institution, a post she reached through public competitions. She is currently director of the undergraduate course in industrial design at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism in the University of Buenos Aires and director of the postgraduate in strategic management of design – design and projects management in the same university.
Industrial Designer, and doctorate of Architecture. He dedicates himself to professional practice, teaching and academic management, as well as research. Currently he leads the Postgraduate Program in Industrial Design at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM). He was president and founder of Colegio de Diseñadores Industriales y Gráficos de Mexico, secretary of the Latin American Association of Industrial Design and vice-president of Academia Mexicana de Diseño. Since 1994, he has worked in and founded Comités Interinstitucionales for the Evaluation of Educación Superior in Mexico (CIEES), in the area of Architecture and Design.