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Design contributions to building technology: goals, interfaces and responsiveness

Boess, Stella U. // 2019
In this paper, I identify issues that arose in a recent pilot project in which designers contributed to the construction field. The project was led by an overall responsible innovation goal for ...

Design for composites: Derivation of manufacturable geometries for unidirectional tape laying

Voelkl, Harald; Kie‡kalt, Andreas; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
Even though providing excellent specific stiffness and strength properties, high specific energy absorption and a great degree of design freedom, fibre-reinforced plastics still have to make their ...

Design for empathy: a co-design case study with the Finnish parliament

Tuomala, Enni-Kukka S E; Baxter, Weston L // 2019
Globalisation and the mixing of people, cultures, religions and languages fuels pressing healthcare, educational, political and other complex sociocultural issues. Many of these issues are driven by ...

Design for extremes: A contour method for defining requirements based on multivariate extremes

Haselsteiner, Andreas F. (1); Reisenhofer, Rafael (2); Ohlendorf, Jan-Hendrik (1); Thoben, Klaus-Dieter (1) // 2019
The design of various products is driven by requirements that describe extremes. In marine structural design, joint extremes of environmental variables like wave height and wind speed are used to ...

Design for Health 4.0: Exploration of a New Area

Bause, Melania; Khayamian Esfahani, Bahar; Forbes, Hannah; Schaefer, Dirk // 2019
Driven by networked Electronic Health Record systems, Artificial Intelligence, real-time data from wearable devices with an overlay of invisible user interfaces and improved analytics, Health 4.0 is ...

Design for Mass Adaptation of the Neurointerventional Training Model HANNES with Patient-Specific Aneurysm Models

Spallek, Johanna (1); Kuhl, Juliane (1); Wortmann, Nadine (1); Buhk, Jan-Hendrik (2); Fr // 2019
A neurointerventional training model called HANNES (Hamburg ANatomical NEurointerventional Simulator) has been developed to replace animal models in catheter-based aneurysm treatment training. A ...

Design for Monitoring of a Research Vehicle

Kukurowski, Nobert (1); Stetter, Ralf (2); Witczak, Marcin (1) // 2019
In recent years, more and more technical systems dispose of some form of intelligence which allows to control and diagnose the processes and states in such systems. One important prerequisite for ...

Design for Sustainability and Innovation: A Kansei Engineering Evaluation of the Adaptive Reuse of Old Buildings

Shao, Dan (1); Nagai, Yukari (2); Sosa, Ricardo (3) // 2019
The aim of our study was to use Kansei Engineering Evaluation to examine the renewal of old buildings with sustainability and innovation by comparing to new buildings. First, we conducted a ...

Design for the passengers? sustainable behaviour in a scenario of the in-flight catering service

You, Fangzhou; Bhamra, Tracy; Lilley, Debra // 2019
This research aims to study the passenger?s sustainable attitudes, in-flight catering behaviour, and to develop a persuasive model for behaviour change. Current studies towards the in-flight catering ...

Design interventions for promoting the mental health of young academics

Ma, Sanghyun; Ruensuk, Mintra; Kim, Chajoong // 2019
It is essential to graduate students to contribute researching in their academic field. Although it leads to the success of academic career path, the students are more at high risk of mental health ...

Design of a custom-made cranial implant in patients suffering from Apert syndrome

Mandolini, Marco (1); Brunzini, Agnese (1); Brandoni Serrani, Eleonora (1); Pagnoni, Mario (2); Mazzoli, Alida (1); Germani, Michele (1) // 2019
This study defines a methodological procedure for the design and manufacturing of a prosthetic implant for the reconstruction of a midsagittal bony-deficiency of the skull due to the Apert congenital ...

Design of hybrid components joining zone through sensitivity analysis

Siqueira, Renan; Shugar, Sean; Mozgova, Iryna; Lachmayer, Roland // 2019
Multi-material structures are a trending topic for the industry. With a high application potential, such as lightweight or extended life cycle, different manufacturing technologies are further ...

Design of Shoe Soles Using Lattice Structures Fabricated by Additive Manufacturing

Dong, Guoying; Tessier, Daniel; Zhao, Yaoyao Fiona // 2019
Additive manufacturing (AM) has enabled great application potential in several major industries. The footwear industry can customize shoe soles fabricated by AM. In this paper, lattice structures are ...

Design Principles to Increase the Patient Specificity of High Tibial Osteotomy Fixation Devices

Kanagalingam, Sanjeevan (1); Shepherd, Duncan (1); Fernandez-Vicente, Miguel (2); Wimpenny, David (2); Thomas-Seale, Lauren (1) // 2019
High stiffness fracture fixation devices inducing absolute stability, activate inefficient primary healing and stress shielding. Taking High Tibial Osteotomy as a representative example, review of ...

Design requirements to educate and facilitate junior design professionals to reflect more effectively on critical situations and conflicts at work

Onselen, Lenny van (1,2); De Lille, Christine (1,2); Snelders, Dirk (2) // 2019
Junior designers are not trained to cope with critical situations and conflict at work. Most design schools do not educate their design students to prepare them for (potential) conflict. As a result, ...

DESIGN STUDY OF A COLLABORATION LABORATORY FOR PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

Bärtle, Robin; Domian, Alexander; Nutzmann, Marc; Sauer, Thorsten // 2019
In this student research paper, a concept of a collaboration laboratory for product design and development is described. The collaboration laboratory is planned to be equipped with digital ...

Design Supporting a ?Customer-Perceived Intimacy?-Strategy in Healthcare Services

Martens, Carmen (1,2); Herssens, Jasmien (1); Delcourt, C // 2019
Given that we live in a time within a growing competitive healthcare market, the customer experience and healing opportunities are on top of the priority list. However, little attention has been ...

Design Thinking: an approach with various perceptions

Bouwman, Sanne (1); Voorendt, Jesper (1); Eisenbart, Boris (2); McKilligan, Seda (3) // 2019
Design Thinking has become increasingly popular across different disciplines. However, what it exactly entails is becoming more and more vague, leading to the term being used for many different ...

Designing collaborative research: the exploration of common purposes to foster the generation of cross-disciplinary projects

Brun, Juliette (1); Salembier, Chlo // 2019
Despite the increasing demand to develop cross-disciplinary research projects, designing collaborative research still prove to be difficult due to both scientific specialization and organizational ...

Designing digital technology for service work: systematic and participatory approach

Watanabe, Kentaro; Fukuda, Ken // 2019
Digital technology is dramatically changing our life, industry, and society. Recent evolution of digital technology is expected to significantly impact service work, such as healthcare and social ...

DESIGNING EXPERIENTIAL TRAINING IN LEAN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: A COLLABORATION BETWEEN INDUSTRY & ACADEMIA

BLANCO, Eric; BERARD, Stephanie; BLANCO, Sylvie; CHEVRIER, Pierre; HEIDSIECK, Emmanuelle; KENWRIGHT, John; VERGES, Virginie // 2019
Performance and efficiency in R&D processes is a critical point for industry. Operational excellence in design and development is required to overcome the business challenges that companies face. It ...

Designing for better healthcare: A systemic approach utilising behavioural theory, technology and an understanding of healthcare delivery systems

Nicholas W Ciccone, Francois Patou, and Anja M Maier // 2019
An ageing population leading to more chronic disease is straining healthcare systems. This paper makes two core contributions to healthcare systems design research: Firstly, a systemic ...

Designing for packaging sustainability. The effects of appearance and a better eco-label on consumers? evaluations and choice

Krah, Sophie; Todorovic, Tea; Magnier, Lise // 2019
The environmental burden of packaging is huge. However, redesigning packaging to make it more sustainable without damaging its other functions is not always easy and can have a negative impact on ...

DESIGNING FOR SELF-REPORTING

Green, Clare Ruth (1,2) // 2019
Research for insights into user needs and working with users have been part of design and design methods since the 1960s. Certain ways to better understand people’s attitudes and behaviour clearly ...

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