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Fostering sustainable mindsets in engineering education

Kunrath, K., & Ramanujan, D. // 2021

FROM CO-DESIGN TO CO-EDUCATION: A COMMUNITY COLLABORATION STUDY CASE FOR DESIGN EDUCATION

Wu, Duan (1); Shi, Yin (2); Liu, Yang (3) // 2021
Design education aims to ‘serve environmental, technological and societal changes and challenges’. While evidence suggests a worldwide increase of cross-disciplinary working as partnerships transcend ...

From requirements to prototyping: application of human-system integration methodology to digital twin design

Camara Dit Pinto, S., Masson, D., Villeneuve, E., Boy, G., & Urfels, L. // 2021

Geometrical benchmarking of laser powder bed fusion systems based on designer needs

Montero, J., Weber, S., Petroll, C., Brenner, S., Bleckmann, M., Paetzold, K., & Nedeljkovic-Groha, V. // 2021

GIGA-MAPPING AND KNOWLEDGE OF BOUNDARY OBJECT THEORY IN SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Kvam, Eva // 2021
New combinations of disciplines allow a better understanding of interconnected modern problems like sustainability. Expanding design education curriculum may improve a designer’s ability to deal with ...

H.I.I.T. HIGH INTENSITY IDEATION TRAINING - FACILITATING GROUP DESIGN IDEATION IN A DIGITAL TEACHING SPACE

Pownall, Max John; Brook, Emily Elizabeth; Pashley, Kathryn // 2021
2020 has been a challenging experience across Higher Education. Within the Product Design Department at Nottingham Trent University, these challenges have been utilised as opportunities to expand ...

Handling of explicit uncertainty in requirements change management

Gräßler, I., Pottebaum, J., Oleff, C., & Preuß, D. // 2021

Hash functions supporting mechatronic design evolution

Fresemann, C., Falbe, M., & Stark, R. // 2021

HAVE YOU FELT BLUE OR RED? A COLOUR-BASED TOOL FOR CULTURALLY PLURAL TEAMS

Mattioli, Francesca (1); Calvo Ivanovic, Ingrid (1,2) // 2021
Due to the extensive practice of collaborative design-based learning and the increasing cultural plurality of design courses, the theme of cross-cultural teamwork in Design Education is becoming ...

Herausforderung Methodeneinsatz – Erklärungsansätze aus der Akzeptanzforschung

Simon J. Nicklas, Anne Wallisch, Kristin Paetzold // 2021
Whilst there is broad agreement that methods can efficiently support development work, new methods often find little acceptance in industrial practice in terms of consistent use. Therefore, this ...

Heterogene Modellierung - Verknüpfung und Integration von Systemmodellen der SysML mit CAD-Modellen

Thomas Schumacher, David Inkermann // 2021
The development of mechatronic systems requires domain-specific and domain-independent models. Missing approaches to consistently link domain-independent and domain-specific models leads to a lack of ...

How covid-19 enabled a global student design team to achieve breakthrough innovation

Elfsberg, J., Johansson, C., Frank, M., Larsson, A., Larsson, T., & Leifer, L. // 2021

How design proposals are evaluated - a pilot study

Deininger, M., & Hansen, C. // 2021

How designers strategically manage product portfolios

Andersson, T., Ölvander, J., & Wever, R. // 2021

How familiarity impacts influence in collaborative teams? 

Singh, H., Becattini, N., Cascini, G., & Škec, S. // 2021

HOW REMOTE/DISTANCE CLASS INSTRUCTION WHEN WORKING WITH INDUSTRY/INSTITUTIONAL PROJECT SPONSORS ON A STUDIO PROJECT CAN BE MANAGED TO PROVIDE A ROBUST EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Choi, Young Mi; Wilson, Wendell Gordon // 2021
This paper will examine how remote communication tools such as ‘BlueJeans’ or Microsoft ‘Teams’ can be employed in a studio project to enhance the undergraduate educational experience in the context ...

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