Introduction+Overheads,+9-20-10

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nt epartme n Sustainable Product Development & Manufacturing S&E 264 neering D e MS&E 264 Autumn 2010 ce &Engi Introduction nt Scien c Prof. Dariush Rafinejad anageme 1 M Rafinejad, Fall 2010
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Teaching Team ariush Rafinejad [email protected] edu Dariush Rafinejad, [email protected] , 650-269-9944 obert arlson [email protected] edu Robert Carlson, [email protected] Danny Greenia, [email protected] Ozlem Bilginer, [email protected] Rafinejad, Fall 2010 2
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Office Hours Conf Room Dariush Mondays 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Huang 19 Rafinejad 219 ednesdays :00 p m :00 p m uang 16 Danny Greenia Wednesdays 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Huang 16 Ozlem Bilginer Tuesdays 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Huang 15 Rafinejad, Fall 2010 3 g
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Sign up at the course website l l i k Help links ourse website Course website https://coursework.stanford.edu/portal/site/F10-MS_E-264-01/ MS&E IT help Tim Keely [email protected] SCPD Stanford Online/Technical Support: [email protected] or 650-736-0774 Rafinejad, Fall 2010 4
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Course Objectives Importance of sustainable development and the challenges/opportunities for business. Evolution of environmental sustainability concepts and ssociated governmental regulations. associated governmental regulations. State-of-the-art practices in sustainable product development and manufacturing including industrial ecology, life cycle assessment (LCA) and modeling techniques. omplexities associated with perationalizing Complexities associated with operationalizing sustainability. Decision-making in development of sustainable products for commercial success. Rafinejad, Fall 2010 5
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Course Reader art 1 Printed (available at Stanford Part 1 : Printed (available at Stanford Bookstore) art 2 Electronic (available at the course Part 2 : Electronic (available at the course website) Reference text: Rafinejad, D., “Innovation, Product Development & Commercialization”, J.Ross Publishing, 2007 Rafinejad, Fall 2010 6
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Class Schedule lass ate opic or Case Discussion Class Date Topic or Case Leader 1M 9/20 Introduction (course description) Rafinejad he Sustainability Challenge afinejad 2 W 9/22 The Sustainability Challenge Movie: Who killed the Electric Car? Rafinejad 3M 9/27 Sustainable Products & Manufacturing Rafinejad 4** W 9/29 Sustainability at Millipore Rafinejad 5M 0/4 Green Chemistry and Environmental Health Policy Mike Wilson C Berkeley 10/4 UC Berkeley 6* W 10/6 Herman Miller Robert Carlson 7M Industrial Ecology Rafinejad 10/11 Sustainability frameworks 8W 10/13 Product Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Methods Rafinejad M ike’s Sustainable Business and Innovation (SB&I) Lab Dan herian Rafinejad, Fall 2010 7 9
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