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DIALOGUE FOR DESIGN TEAMS: A CASE STUDY OF GENERATIVE CONVERSATIONS FOR DEALING WITH DIVERSITY

Persaud, Stefan; Prakash, Shreyas; Flipsen, Bas // 2021
In the Integrated Product Design master’s in Industrial Design Engineering at Technical University Delft, there is a growing diversity in students. Last year the part of international students has ...

DIVERSITY IN DESIGN: ADDRESSING THE BLACK AWARDING GAP

Underwood, Gary (2); Conrad, Franziska (1) // 2021
While access to University education for Black students has improved significantly in the UK over the past decade, there remains a major discrepancy in success rates at degree level. Students with an ...

DS 110: Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education (E&PDE 2021), VIA Design, VIA University in Herning, Denmark. 9th -10th September 2021

Eco-design actions to improve life cycle environmental performance of face masks in the pandemic era

Boix Rodríguez, N., Marconi, M., Favi, C., & Formentini, G. // 2021

EMBEDDING CHANGEMAKER SKILLS AND SOCIAL INNOVATION INTO DESIGN STUDENT LEARNING

Schaber, Friedemann; Fakoussa, Rebecca; Redfern, Carys; Farrugia, Henrietta; Wright, Michael // 2021
Building on research on the interaction of business and design (Cox 2006), this paper discusses a casestudy of a UK based project to develop undergraduate students' future skills by collaborating on ...

ENCOURAGING REFLECTION ON GENDER BIAS IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Lillegård, May Helen; Trondsen, June Kyong; Boks, Casper // 2021
Gender stereotypes still dominate modern society, despite of an ongoing shift of ideas and ideals relating gender roles. Whilst design impacts our perceptions on gender roles, today’s design ...

ENHACING ABDUCTIVE REASONING IN DESIGN AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION VIA PROBABILISTIC KNOWLEDGE; A CASE STUDY IN AI

Galdon, Fernando; Hall, Ashley; Ferrarello, Laura // 2021
As we are moving into a knowledge-based economy, frameworks addressing the translational processes revolving around value and impact permeate the development of educational curriculums in the design ...

ENHANCING CREATIVITY AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCE FOR DESIGN STUDENTS USING VIRTUAL REALITY TOOLS

Koohgilani, Mehran (1); Glithro, Richard (2) // 2021
Teaching large groups of varying abilities and course ideologies in large groups has always been a problem. Many tools have been implemented and suggested over time. The paper highlight these tools ...

ENRICHMENT OF ONLINE AND PHYSICAL COLLABORATION

Dorssemont, Jente; Dewit, Ivo; Jacoby, Alexis // 2021
All over the world people abruptly had to switch to remote working. Although working from a distance isn’t entirely new, this sudden shift accelerated the development of online collaboration tools. ...

Entwicklung eines Prozesses zur Konstruktion von Hybrid-Implantaten für die Herstellung mittels additiver Fertigung

Martin Pendzik, Lydia Mika, Björn Scheibner, Stefan Holtzhausen, Ralph Stelzer // 2021
Additive manufacturing is characterized by a high degree of individuality and flexibility with regard to design and product layout. This enables the integration of different functions in a component. ...

Erweiterung des Nutzens von Sensordaten durch Verwendung in simulationsgestützten virtuellen Sensoren auf Basis der Finite-Elemente-Analyse

Andreas Kormann, Claudia Kleinschrodt, Stephan Tremmel // 2021
Within the framework of digital engineering, the digital develop-ment of products is always advanced. Extensive knowledge of the designed product and its properties is necessary for this purpose. ...

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