PD Dr phil habil Marcelo Stamm
PD Dr phil habil Marcelo Stamm is the Deputy Dean of Research & Innovation in the School of A+D. In 2011 Marcelo Stamm was awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellowship at RMIT.
Marcelo Stamm is a philosopher of creativity and innovation who studied in Munich and Oxford and brings more than two and a half decades of work in the area of philosophical constellation research and topological research on cognitive horizons to the contemporary study of creativity and creative practice research.
Prior to his appointment to RMIT Marcelo Stamm has been Head of a School of Philosophy since 2005 and became Chief Investigator of two Australian Research Council Discovery Grants in 2007 and 2008, investigating the ‘conditions of creativity’ and accounts of a ‘philosophical topology’ by Kant and Wittgenstein – researching into both the continental and analytic philosophical traditions. In 2010 he was appointed to the Australian Innovation Research Centre as Director of the AIRC’s ‘Creativity Research Project’.
In his RMIT position since 2012 Marcelo has contributed to RMIT’s leading role in the 4 Million Euro Framework 7 Marie Curie ITN ADAPT-r grant (2012 – 2016) and aims to foster the University’s role as an emerging global leader in creativity and design practice research. To that end, Marcelo Stamm also operates since 2013 as the Director of RMIT’s European Practice Research Symposia (PRS) which represent the core of RMIT’s doctoral research innovation and provide conspicuous evidence of RMIT’s leadership in creative practice research.
Recent publications in the context of the research group d___Lab META include:
– (2015) Conditions of Creativity: Researching Creation Through Creation – Nothing is Hidden, in: Making Research / Researching Making. Proceedings of the Creative Practice Conference 2015 in Aarhus, September 2015, Arkitektskolen Aarhus, 2015., pp. 438-447 (ISBN: 8790979443)
– (2013) Reflecting Reflection(s): Epistemologies of Creative Practice Research, in: Knowing (by) Designing, LUCA, Sint-Lucas School of Architecture, KU Leuven, Faculty of Architecture, Ghent, Belgium, pp.33-40 (ISBN: 9789081323864)
– (2011) Constellating Creativity. Keynote Address – RMIT Graduate Research Conference, June 11, 2011, Melbourne, Australia, see: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/12554/ and https://vimeo.com/41326340