Industrial design as an innovative element in engineering education

Imad Abou-Hayt, Hans Schjær-Jacobsen

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This paper describes how the Copenhagen University College of Engineering (IHK), in our continuing effort to innovate the engineering study programs, have introduced strong industrial design elements in the 210 ECTS Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering program as well as the 30 ECTS International Design Semester and the 10 ECTS Summer School in International Design and Development. The paper describes how implementation of novel industrial design
subject areas requires the creation ofnew laboratory and workshop facilities in order to combine traditional engineering design disciplines with creative design as a driver of innovation. With a practical and problem based learning approach at IHK the students are asked to work closely together with companies to come up with engineering solutions that are sustainable from both an engineering and a design perspective.
Keywords: Industrial Design, Innovation, Engineering Education.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelIndustrial design as an innovative element in engineering education
Antal sider8
UdgivelsesstedInternational Conference on Engineering Education 2012 — Proceedings
Publikationsdato30 jul. 2012
Sider281-288
Artikelnummer79
StatusUdgivet - 30 jul. 2012

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