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EXPLORING THE MORAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, ENGINEERING AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDENTS

Hamilton, Mackinzie; Howell, Bryan // 2019
Over the last two years our industrial design program has been involved in a number of interdisciplinary team projects. We have observed that in successful teams, the education and skills of team ...

From Tinkering Methods to Design Thinking: Primordial Thoughts in Design Research

Menezes, Jean Henrique de Oliveira // 2019
Design thinking as explored by Bernard Roth from the Stanford d.School, Roger Martin from the Rothman School of Management, and the IDEO merger trio by Tom and David Kelley, as well as current its ...

Game-Based Learning of Knowledge Reuse in Engineering Education

Stenholm, Daniel; Bergsj // 2019
This paper presents an educational game fostering a new experience-based approach to teaching knowledge transfer using a codification strategy alone. The goal is to address and highlight some common ...

Integrating the product development process in scientific research. Bridging the research-market gap

Mesa, David; Thong, Christine; Ranscombe, Charles; Kuys, Blair // 2019
Science and technology generated by Universities has many challenges in reaching commercial product applications, as has been explored in a range of literature. Product design has been identified to ...

KEEPING UP WITH COMPLEXITY

GULDEN, Tore; STØREN WIGUM, Kristin // 2019
The world population has increased exponentially. Accordingly, use of means, pressure on resources, new technology, and communication, all affects and are affected by the behaviour of the majority of ...

Measuring Systems Engineering and Design Thinking Attitudes

Greene, Melissa T.; Gonzalez, Richard; Papalambros, Panos Y. // 2019
Systems engineering and design thinking have been widely seen as distinctly different processes, systems engineering being more data-driven and analytical, and design thinking being more ...

Methodological Design: Effects Of A Morphological Approach For Different Students And Professionals

Zeiler, Wim // 2019
In connection with a design research project for professional in the Dutch building industry, an educational project was developed, the multidisciplinary master project Integral Design, to prepare ...

MODEL BASED DEFINITION: FINALLY, THE ENGINEERING DRAWING KILLER?

Garland, Nigel Patrick; Wade, Russell; Glithro, Richard; Palmer-Smith, Sarah // 2019
The death of the Engineering Drawing has been foretold many times since the first CAD systems began automating the technical product specification (TPS) process. As CADCAM technology advanced it ...

MODEL BASED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING INTRODUCTION WITHIN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CURRICULUM

DAVID, Pierre (1); BLANCO, Eric (1); REVOL, Sebastien (2); NOYRIT, Florian (2); COATRINE, Michel (3) // 2019
Systems Engineering (SE) has been initially developed to manage large complex system development in the defense or aerospace industry. As the complexity of product increase, the product development ...

NEW USES OF INSTAGRAM IN DESIGN HISTORY EDUCATION

Howell, Bryan; Siebert, Joshua; Hill, Michaela // 2019
Last year we initiated the use of Instagram into our design history course at an introductory level. This year we explored further integration of Instagram as an academic tool. This study included ...

Preliminary Results Testing What Different Design Solutions Arise From Different Sustainable Design Methods

Faludi, Jeremy (1); Ali, Omar (2); Srour, Ola (2); Mecanna, Selim (2); Kamareddine, Rami (3); Chatty, Tejaswini (1) // 2019
Do different sustainable design methods generate different sustainable design ideas? Do they also drive different product innovation ideas? This project empirically tested three design methods: The ...

PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING DESIGN; TEACHING ACROSS DISCIPLINES

Barrie, Jeff; Norman, James // 2019
This paper discusses the delivery of design principles across engineering disciplines, in particular between Mechanical/Design Engineering and Civil Engineering. The paper discusses a 5 week ...

PROVOKING ETHICAL AWARENESS AT A DESIGN WORKSHOP ON THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION.

De Vos, Ellen (1,3,5); Xin, Xin (2); De Marez, Lieven (4,5); De Ruyck, Olivia (3,4,5); Emmanouil, Marina (1) // 2019
ty’s newly founded (2016) master program in User Experience (UX), employs a curriculum that recognizes the role of design pedagogy and the teaching of creative thinking for innovation. The ...

Pugh Controlled Convergence and Social Choice Theory

Nicholson, John Morgan; Collopy, Paul // 2019
The Pugh Method of Controlled Convergence is evaluated based on social choice theory, both from an axiomatic basis, and by examining all possible cases of attribute ranks for a range of numbers of ...

SELF-EVALUATION AND PEER EVALUATION TOOL FOR DESIGN AND ENGINEERING TEAMS: EXPERIMENT CONDUCTED IN A DESIGN STUDIO

Mattioli, Francesca; Ferraris, Silvia D. // 2019
The research is aimed at presenting the results of an experiment conducted in a Design and Engineering design studio, which is part of the curricula of a master course. During the experiment, a new ...

STUDY ON LEARNING CONCEPTS APPLYING CREATIVITY METHODS IN EDUCATION AND INDUSTRY

Nutzmann, Marc (1); Sauer, Thorsten (1); VOß, Markus (2); Bozkurt, Hulusi (2) // 2019
Mechanical Engineering students acquire knowledge and skills in engineering design through several courses reaching from learning how to setup technical design drawings, CAD-courses, several courses ...

The Neurocognition of Three Engineering Concept Generation Techniques

Shealy, Tripp (1); Gero, John (2) // 2019
Techniques and processes used for concept generation rely on composing new concepts and analysis given situational context. Composition and analysis require distinct neurocognitive function. For ...

The Structure of Agile Development Under Scaled Planning and Coordination

Bajpai, Siddharth (1); Eppinger, Steven D. (1); Joglekar, Nitin R. (2) // 2019
Agile and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) methodologies are increasingly being deployed, both for software development and also by teams in broader work settings. This is a proof-of-concept study ...

The Structure of DevOps in Product-Service System Development

Srinivasan, Rajaram (1); Eppinger, Steven D. (1); Joglekar, Nitin (2) // 2019
We study a DevOps software development process for a Product-Service System (PSS) using a design structure matrix (DSM) representation. We find unique features such as nested, planned iterations at ...

Towards an Ontology of Cognitive Assistants

Maier, Torsten; Menold, Jessica; McComb, Christopher // 2019
Cognitive assistants such as IBM Watson and Siri are at the forefront of social and technological innovation and have the potential to solve many unique problems. However, the lack of standardization ...

Tracing paths and connecting multiple design domains: An information visualisation approach to product architecture modelling

Idrissov, Agzam; Parraguez, Pedro; Maier, Anja M. // 2019
Visual representation of product architecture models is crucial in complex engineering systems design. However, when the number of entities in a model is large and when multiple levels of hierarchies ...

UNPICKING THE BARRIERS TO DIVERSITY IN ENGINEERING APPRENTICESHIPS

Humphries-Smith, Tania Maxine (1); White, Matthew (2); Hunt, Clive (1) // 2019
hat can lead to progression to higher education than those apprentices from middle and upwards socio-economic backgrounds.

As all these apprentices are employed in the engineering sector and as the ...

WHAT DID YOU SAY? – WHEN DESIGN STUDENTS MEET THE PROFESSIONAL LINGO

Eriksen, Kaare; Madsen, Ida Sch // 2019
The industrial design profession in general relates to many different cross-disciplinary environments where words, phrases, slang and abbreviations from different scientific fields and practical ...

A HOLISTIC FRAME OF PRODUCT-SERVICE DESIGN MASTER PROGRAMMES IN PORTUGAL

Dias, Ana Cristina; Almendra, Rita Assoreira // 2018
This paper presents a holistic overview of higher education in Portugal on Product-Service Design area. It is part of a PhD research focused on boosting the knowledge transfer among academia, markets ...

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