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ME 310A: Global Engineering Design Thinking, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

The ME310ABC sequence immerses students in a real-world, globally distributed engineering design experience in the spirit of a Silicon Valley start-up teaching them to manage the chaos and ambiguity inherent in professional design. Teams of 3-4 Stanford graduate students partner with a similar team at an international university to work on industry-funded design challenges to deliver breakthrough innovation prototypes ( http://expe.stanford.edu). Design challenges are typically at the HUMAN INTERFACE to Robots, AI, Internet of Things, Autonomous vehicles, and Smart Cities. In ME310A you will learn HUMAN-CENTRIC Design-Thinking with the guidance of a teaching team that includes 3 faculty, expert industry coaches, and academic staff. Your team will explore the problem & solutions spaces using strategic-foresight, design thinking, team-dynamics-management, rapid prototyping, and human-centric problem reframing.
Terms: Aut | Units: 4
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