SIG-Library

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Computational Simulation as an organizational prototyping tool

Dosi, Clio; Iori, Manuel; Kramer, Arthur; Vignoli, Matteo // 2019
This case study deals with a redesign effort to face the overcrowding issue in an Emergency Department (ED). A multidiscinary group of healthcare professionals and engineers worked together to ...

COOPERATIVE AND APPLICATION-ORIENTED LEARNING IN ENGINEERING DESIGN – SYSTEMS DESIGN METHODOLOGY EDUCATED ON SOLUTIONS FOR MOUSETRAP-POWERED VEHICLES

Kaspar, Jerome; Vielhaber, Michael // 2019
According to recent studies, scientists and trend researchers are both quite confident that changes within the next two decades will be much more extensive and pioneering than the changes during the ...

Coordination in Design Teams as a Lens to Identifying Team Roles

Collopy, Arianne X.; Li, Chengxi; Liu, Tianyi; Adar, Eytan; Papalambros, Panos Y. // 2019
Coordination in system design requires an interplay between different roles. In this work, we identify five design team roles that pertain to the partitioning and coordination of distributed design ...

CREATIVE CONNECTIVITY PROJECT – A NETWORK BASED APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND CORRELATIONS BETWEEN INTERDISCIPLINARY GROUP DYNAMICS AND CREATIVE PERFORMANCE

Torrisi, Vanna Savina (1); Manfredi, Sabato (2); Iacopini, Iacopo (3); Latora, Vito (4) // 2019
Creativity, technology and innovation are the main driving forces of our modern world and they often trigger behavioural and cultural changes in our societies. Several studies on creative ...

CREATIVITY 4.0. EMPOWERING CREATIVITY IN THE DIGITAL ERA.

Bruno, Carmen; Canina, Marita // 2019
Creativity - the ability to produce novel and useful ideas (Amabile, 1988) – has become a democratic necessity and the most important human skill to face the uncertainties brought by the digital era ...

Data Materialisation: A New Undergraduate Course for a Data Driven Society

Beghelli, Alejandra; Huerta-C // 2019
Traditionally, data has been presented in textual format and the interaction with the user confined to the keyboard or touch screen to input data and the screen to deliver information. However, with ...

Definition of a "sport-health" semantic space

Millet, Antoine (1,2,3); Abi Akle, Audrey (1); Masson, Dimitri (1); Legardeur, J // 2019
Product success depends on its capacity to meet users? expectations. Human Centred Design approach helps to reach this success by focussing on users? needs in the design process. These needs are as ...

DELIVERING A TOTAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION

Whitfield, Robert Ian; Duffy, Alex; Grierson, Hilary // 2019
The department of Design Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM) at the University of Strathclyde developed the concept of “Delivering Total Engineering” to capture the essence of the teaching, ...

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 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 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 Supporting a Customer-Perceived Intimacy-Strategy in Healthcare Services

Martens, Carmen (1,2); Herssens, Jasmien (1); Delcourt, Câcile (2) // 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 ...

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 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 ...

Designing Physical-Digital Workspaces to Support Globally Collaborative Work

Tucker, Andrea (1); Gidel, Thierry (2); Fluckiger, C // 2019
This paper examines some aspects of physical-digital workspaces, focusing on multi-user, multi-touch technologies and how different workspaces impact collaboration. We introduce the concept of ...

Development of Virtual Pipe Simulation System for Inspection Robot Design

Miura, Satoshi (1); Kawamura, Kazuya (2); Fujie, Masakatsu (1); Sugano, Shigeki (1); Miyashita, Tomoyuki (1) // 2019
Pipe inspection robots have been developed to reduce the cost and time required for gas pipe inspection. However, these robots have been developed using a scrap and build method and are not used in ...

Early-Career Engineers' Perceptions Of Support For Innovation At The Workplace - What Seems To Matter

Patrick Simon (1), Tua A. Björklund (2) and Sheri Sheppard (3) // 2019
Previous research has shown the importance of contextual factors for increasing employee innovativeness, but to effectively support innovative behavior, we need to also understand what forms of ...

Educate for Technological Innovation

Smulders, Frido; Broekhans, Bertien; Kamp, Aldert; Hellendoorn, Hans; Welleman, Hans // 2019
At Polytechnics design & engineering students are taught about state-of-the-art technical knowledge. Students become qualified engineers and learn to innovate artifacts related to their domain.

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EMOGRAM: HELP (STUDENT) DESIGN RESEARCHERS UNDERSTANDING USER EMOTIONS IN PRODUCT DESIGN

van Os, Gerard (1); van Beurden, Karin (2) // 2019
Many experiences user researchers will recognise the following: A visit is made to a target user to understand how she like (or dislike) some new product or software or service. At some point the ...

Enabling designers to generate concepts of interactive product behaviours: a mixed reality design approach

Maurya, Santosh; Takeda, Yukio; Mougenot, Celine // 2019
To design interactive behaviours for their products designers/makers have to use high fidelity tools like ?electronic prototyping kits?, involving sensors and programming to incorporate interactions ...

Engineering Knowledge Graph for Keyword Discovery in Patent Search

Sarica, Serhad (1); Song, Binyang (1); Low, En (2); Luo, Jianxi (1) // 2019
Patent retrieval and analytics have become common tasks in engineering design and innovation. Keyword-based search is the most common method and the core of integrative methods for patent retrieval. ...

EUROPEAN DRIVING RANGE – INNOVATIVE LANDSCAPES FOR A TANGIBLE, NON-HIERARCHICAL LEARNING SPACE WITHIN A MATERIAL AND IMMATERIAL TOGETHERNESS

Wachs, Marina-Elena (1); Hall, Ashley (2) // 2019
The demand for high value designed products created across the future European landscape will require new educational talents working seamlessly across integrated analogue and digital platforms while ...

Experimental Evaluation of a Debiasing Method for Analysis in Engineering Design

Nelius, Thomas; Matthiesen, Sven // 2019
During analysis in engineering design, systematic thinking errors - so-called cognitive biases - can lead to inaccurate understanding of the design problem. With a simplified version of the Analysis ...

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