CALTECH E 105 - Lecture Notes (45 pages)

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School:
California Institute of Technology
Course:
E 105 - Product Design for the Developing World

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Engineering Design of Products E ME105 Focus Guatemala Fall Quarter 2006 2007 E105 sign up sheet Name e mail phone Class Concentration or Research Area Professor Ken Pickar TA Jeff Kranski E mail Pickar caltech edu kranski caltech edu Snail mail 104 44 Thomas Office Thomas 101 Classroom New Media Room Phone 626 395 4185 Ken or 626 395 3769 Jeff Website http www its caltech edu kpickar Sec y Maria Koeper X3385 Availability Anytime but no set hours best to e mail first Today s lecture 9 26 06 Intro Administrivia What s new Motivation WIIFM Rules of the Road Candidate projects and teaming exercise Class Times Tuesday Thursday New Media Room behind Einstein papers house on Hill St 2 30 4 00 Additional Guest Lectures on Sustainable Development 5 Thursdays at 4 00 PM What is available at Caltech in Product Design Technology Management and Entrepreneurship Technology Management Courses at Caltech E ME 105 Product design Q1 E 102 Entrepreneurship Q2 E ME 103 Management of Technology Q3 ME 71 72 BEM Classes including Entrepreneurship and Management of Technology Other Resources Caltech Engineers for a Sustainable World http www its caltech edu esw Industrial Relations Center Short courses http www irc caltech edu Caltech MIT Enterprise Forum www entforum caltech edu Caltech Entrepreneur s Club http www its caltech edu eclub Tech Coast Angel Meetings techcoastangels com see instructor Ken Pickar s background PhD Low Temperature Physics Bell Labs GE Corporate R D AlliedSignal Honeywell Caltech 1998Tech Coast Angels 1998Board of Directors 3 public companies startups Los Angeles Regional FoodBank Purpose of Course To study the business and social context for developing products Focus Guatemala To study how product development is accomplished and to actually design a product through the early design stages Not the Purpose To teach you CAD tools Though rapid prototyping tools are available Formal Methods Semi quantitative qualitative Analysis To learn team and communications



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