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IED Section:  05 Meeting Time: M, R 12 – 2  PM Instructor:JEFF MORRIS Office: JEC 7030 Phone: x2613 Email: [email protected]
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IED  Instructor: Annie Virkus  Meeting Time: W 12 – 1:30 PM  ROOM: JEC 5119
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IED Artistic or Cerebral? Best done alone? An artifact or a system? A trial and error process? What do you think?
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IED  Open ended  Understanding the  problem     Exploring possible  solutions  An iterative process  Best learned by doing
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A set of “possible” design steps will be posted on RPI LMS
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IED  Design Process  Teamwork  Communication
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IED To learn about Problem solving Translating user needs into technical  specifications Visualization, modeling, analysis, and  experimentation in  the context of design Teamwork, communication, and project  management
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IED 2 major phases  Mini design project phase  Major team design project  No exams or final
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IED  Individual project  4 week timeframe  Simple measurable function  Something of interest to you  Used to help create Teams
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