DFX 2021 32nd SYMPOSIUM DESIGN FOR X
Online via Zoom and Tutzing, Germany
27th and 28th SEPTEMBER, 2021
The “Symposium Design for X” will be held online via ZOOM. Additionally, a group of professors will meet physically in Tutzing, Germany on 27 – 28 September and will go into the deep discussion of the presentations. The annual event provides a platform for young postgraduates to present and discuss their new approaches in the field of product development. Industry professionals and professors will enrich these discussions with their manifold experience.
In order to protect the health of the participants and to be able to give you more planning security in the existing corona pandemic, we have decided not to have this year's DfX symposium as a face-to-face event in Tutzing as usual. Instead, the symposium is held as a web conference. The expected platform is Zoom. The participation costs will be € 210 for university members, € 175 for members of the Design Society or ENmfk and € 285 for all other participants. Registration can now be made via the conference management system. We look forward to a lively scientific discourse and hope to be able to greet you at the symposium soon. If you have any questions or anything is unclear, please do not hesitate to contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We'll keep you up to date. Stay healthy! Your DfX organization team
This year's symposium will be hosted by Prof. Kristin Paetzold, head of the Institute for Technical Product Development at the University of Bundeswehr in Munich. The main topics of the symposium are Digital Engineering, Human Centered Design, Systems Engineering/Model-based Systems Engineering, Product development for additive manufacturing, Design for X. In addition, contributions from the broad field of “Design for X” are included.
The programme is available under: symposium-dfx.de
Registration information is provided on our website: symposium-dfx.de
The main conference language will be German.
We are looking forward to welcoming you.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kristin Paetzold