Roland LACHMAYER, Frank WEISS, Arne DEITERS and Rene BASTIAN LIPPERT
The past projects in the discipline of Cross Enterprise Engineering have
successfully resulted in a simple 4-phase model for university use. This model
is provided for general application in the initiation of projects in the university
group and team work, both locations based and independent for a domain.
The procedure, which is characterized by technical grown boundary
conditions, is applied to a sample project accomplished in interdisciplinary
cooperation between designers and engineers. Core aspect is the cross
domain combination of the procedures of a designer and an engineer in
project work. A comparison shows the critical points and significant
characteristics of both approaches. After analyzing the project, conclusions
for following tasks are shown and key elements for the integration in the
curriculum are presented. A final outlook shows incentives for further
projects, combining new domains in the curriculum next to the
interdisciplinary team work.
PUBLISHED: Proceedings from the The 19th DMI: Academic Design Management Conference, 2014
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