CALL FOR PAPERS— CLIVE L. DYM MUDD DESIGN WORKSHOP X:
“DESIGN AND THE FUTURE OF THE ENGINEER OF 2020”
HARVEY MUDD COLLEGE, 1-3 JUNE 2017
THE VISION To bring together 50-75 engineers, designers, and educators to tackle the future of the Engineer of 2020. The National Academy of Engineering’s report The Engineer of 2020: Visions of Engineering in the New Century was published 12 years ago. This year’s entering first-year students will graduate in 2020. We have a unique opportunity to reflect on the notion of the Engineer of 2020 and look forward to what the future engineer might be. We will explore the role of design education in forming engineers better able to assume leadership roles in business, government, and nonprofit organizations with their engineering knowledge to address wicked design challenges.
THE MISSION To identify, articulate, and address the educational, cultural, and institutional contributions to successes and opportunities in engineering design education in the attributes of the Engineer of 2020,
|● strong analytical skills||● leadership|
|● practical ingenuity||● high ethical standards|
|● creativity||● professionalism|
|● communication||●lifelong learners|
|● business and management||●dynamism, agility, resilience and flexibility|
in the context of engineering design activities,
|● Identification of engineering design problems||● Creativity and ideation in the design process|
|● Interviewing skills for design students||● Non-engineering course contributions|
|● User-oriented and human-centered design approaches||● Building/concept realization/ prototyping/making as learning|
|● Engaging other disciplines in engineering design||● Student and end-user and customer interaction|
|● Mathematical and computational modeling approaches to engineering design education||● Overcoming cultural or institutional barriers to design education|
|● Innovative cornerstone and capstone course projects emphasizing design||● Design education throughout the curriculum|
THE EXPERIENCE Each session will be initiated by brief position papers from panelists, which will be followed by open discussion. A wrap-up session will collect the most important outputs for improving engineering design education for dissemination to the community. Participants will receive a preliminary proceedings containing near-final manuscripts of presented papers. Those drafts will subsequently be refined and reviewed for publication in a Special Issue of the International Journal of Engineering Education to comprise the archival proceedings of the Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop X.
|CALENDAR||Two-page abstracts to be submitted by||31 January 2017|
|Authors notified of acceptance by||28 February 2017|
|Presenting author registration deadline||31 March 2017|
|Final papers to be submitted by||15 April 2017|
ABSTRACTS should be submitted electronically to:
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE A. M. Agogino, University of California, Berkeley; A. Altman, University of Dayton; C. J. Atman, University of Washington; R. Bailey, University of Virginia; G. Fine, Boston University; A. Ibrahim, Yorkville University; G. G. Krauss (committee chair), Harvey Mudd College; M. Lande, Arizona State University; C. L. Magee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; P. Y. Papalambros, University of Michigan; S. D. Sheppard, Stanford University; K. M. Sienko, University of Michigan; J. P. Terpenny, Pennsylvania State University; J. Townsend, Olin College of Engineering; and M. C. Yang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.