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Engineering Innovation and Design (MIT)

Engineering Video Course By Prof. Joe| E Schindall
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Students Enrolled: 0 Total Lecturs: 4
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What will I learn from this course?

  • Effective Engineer

Requirements

  • Learning and Aapplying Design

Who is the target audience?

  • Engineer Graduate

Course Curriculum

Total: 4 lectures

  • 5m 41s

    Instructor Interview: Origins of This Course

  • 5m 23s

    Instructor Interview: Teaching Design Thinking

  • 1h 23m 38s

    Lec 1:10-Step Design Process and Dieter Ram

  • 1h 37m 48s

    Lec 2:Research and Stakeholder Analysis

Description

Learn to produce great designs, be a more effective engineer, and communicate with high emotional and intellectual impact. This project based course gives students the ability to understand, contextualize, and analyze engineering designs and systems. By learning and applying design thinking, students will more effectively solve problems in any domain. Lectures focus on teaching a tested, iterative design process as well as techniques to sharpen creative analysis. Guest lectures from all disciplines illustrate different approaches to design thinking. This course develops students' skills to conceive, organize, lead, implement, and evaluate successful projects in any engineering discipline. Additionally, students learn how to give compelling in-person presentations. Open to all majors, all years.

About Tutor

  • Tutor: Prof. Joe| E Schindall
  • Tests Packages: 0
  • Students: 0
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Professor Schindall re-joined the MIT faculty in June of 2002 after a 35 year career in the defense, aerospace and telecommunications industries.
His research includes the invention and development of a nanotube-enhanced ultracapacitor
which holds the promise of being superior to electrochemical batteries as a means of efficient regenerative electrical energy storage, 
and he has also supervised research on dynamic simulation and reliability analysis of complex safety-critical systems.
Prior to joining MIT, Dr. Schindall was VP and Chief Technology Officer of Loral Space and Communications (a manufacturer and operator of commercial satellites), 
Sr. VP and Chief Engineer for Globalstar (a 48 satellite LEO mobile phone system), and President of Loral Conic (a manufacturer of telemetry systems for missiles and satellites)

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