Tsinghua University inaugurates Institute for Smart Scene Innovation Design

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The Academy of Arts & Design of Tsinghua University (AADTHU) inaugurated the Institute for Smart Scene Innovation Design (ISSID) on Tuesday, which aims to build a leading design and R&D platform for smart design and cultural innovation. 

Tsinghua University inaugurates Institute for Smart Scene Innovation Design
The Institute for Smart Scene Innovation Design (ISSID) 's launching ceremony was hosted by the Academy of Arts & Design of Tsinghua University (AADTHU) on April 19, 2022. [Photo provided to Chinafolk.org]

Dedicated to research in smart design, focusing on emerging industries and key sectors such as smart cities, smart education, and smart medical care, the ISSID will innovate new design systems and formulate relevant standards. Ultimately, they hope to make breakthroughs in studies of smart designing methods and tools, as well as its key technologies. 

Tsinghua University inaugurates Institute for Smart Scene Innovation Design
The Institute for Smart Scene Innovation Design (ISSID) 's launching ceremony was hosted by the Academy of Arts & Design of Tsinghua University (AADTHU) on April 19, 2022. [Photo provided to Chinafolk.org]

Through interdisciplinary research of art and technology, the ISSID will concentrate on innovative art design and R&D of scientific and technological programs and foster talents with multidisciplinary skills and creative abilities. 

Tsinghua University inaugurates Institute for Smart Scene Innovation Design
An exhibition themed with "art and technology" is on display from April 19 to April 24, 2022, at Tsinghua University. [Photo provided to Chinafolk.org]

At a forum themed "smart design, scene innovation" after the launching ceremony of the ISSDI, 11 scholars and experts from technology, art, design, and cultural innovation industries shared thoughts about smart design.

Tsinghua University inaugurates Institute for Smart Scene Innovation Design
An exhibition themed with "art and technology" is on display from April 19 to April 24, 2022, at Tsinghua University. [Photo provided to Chinafolk.org]

An exhibition with the theme of art and technology, on display from Tuesday to Sunday, showcases art and research cases of students and faculties from the AADTHU and other leading artists and designers. In addition, the exhibition demonstrates the broad prospects of innovation such as smart transportation and smart cities. 

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