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Nov 27, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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Cardinal rules of
IPD

according to student evaluations

1.
IPD

requires a student’s utmost priority.


2.
Decisions should be made for the greater good of your team.


3.
Students must govern themselves… lay down ground rules.


4.
Student teams are like a company… work as if your job depends on it.


5.
The more that is invested in the student team, the better the results and the


overall experience.


6.
“Dysfunctional teams suck.”

It’s worth putting in the
time

and
effort

to make


a significant
contribution

to the team and ensure a positive group dynamic.


6

Cardinal rules of
IPD

according to student evaluations

1. IPD

requires a student’s utmost priority.


2.
Decisions should be made for the greater good of your team.


3.
Students must govern themselves… lay down ground rules.


4.
Student teams are like a company… work as if your job depends on it.


5.
The more that is invested in the student team, the better the results and the


overall experience.


6.
“Dysfunctional teams suck.”

It’s worth putting in the
time

and
effort

to make


a significant
contribution

to the team and ensure a positive group dynamic.


6

Cardinal rules of
IPD

according to student evaluations

1. IPD

requires a student’s utmost priority.


2.
Decisions should be made for the greater good of your team.


3.
Students must govern themselves… lay down ground rules.


4.
Student teams are like a company… work as if your job depends on it.


5.
The more that is invested in the student team, the better the results and the


overall experience.


6.
“Dysfunctional teams suck.”

It’s worth putting in the
time

and
effort

to make


a significant
contribution

to the team and ensure a positive group dynamic.


6

Cardinal rules of
IPD

according to student evaluations

1. IPD

requires a student’s utmost priority.


2.
Decisions should be made for the greater good of your team.


3.
Students must govern themselves… lay down ground rules.


4.
Student teams are like a company… work as if your job depends on it.


5.
The more that is invested in the student team, the better the results and the


overall experience.


6.
“Dysfunctional teams suck.”

It’s worth putting in the
time

and
effort

to make


a significant
contribution

to the team and ensure a positive group dynamic.


6

Cardinal rules of
IPD

according to student evaluations

1. IPD

requires a student’s utmost priority.


2.
Decisions should be made for the greater good of your team.


3.
Students must govern themselves… lay down ground rules.


4.
Student teams are like a company… work as if your job depends on it.


5.
The more that is invested in the student team, the better the results and the


overall experience.


6.
“Dysfunctional teams suck.”

It’s worth putting in the
time

and
effort

to make


a significant
contribution

to the team and ensure a positive group dynamic.


6

Cardinal rules of
IPD

according to student evaluations

1. IPD

requires a student’s utmost priority.


2.
Decisions should be made for the greater good of your team.


3.
Students must govern themselves… lay down ground rules.


4.
Student teams are like a company… work as if your job depends on it.


5.
The more that is invested in the student team, the better the results and the


overall experience.


6.
“Dysfunctional teams suck.”

It’s worth putting in the
time

and
effort

to make


a significant
contribution

to the team and ensure a positive group dynamic.


What is
marketing
?

the marketing profession

What is
marketing
?

what is
marketing
?

the business of
IPD

Satisfying customers wants and needs.
Is the social and economic
justification for business.


Marketing
is the business function responsible for satisfying the needs of
customers.


Marketers
do this by determining the attributes of the product, pricing it,
communicating it, and distributing it.

what is
marketing
?

the business of
IPD

Satisfying customers wants and needs.
Is the social and economic
justification for business.


Marketing
is the business function responsible for satisfying the needs of
customers.


Marketers
do this by determining the attributes of the product, pricing it,
communicating it, and distributing it.

what is
marketing
?

the business of
IPD

Satisfying customers wants and needs.
Is the social and economic
justification for business.


Marketing
is the business function responsible for satisfying the needs of
customers.


Marketers
do this by determining the attributes of the product, pricing it,
communicating it, and distributing it.

What is
ID
?

the profession of Industrial Design

What is
ID
?

What is
ID
?

the profession of Industrial Design

research, create, and develop the form
and user
-
interaction of machine made
mass
-
produced products and systems.

Industrial Designers

What is
ID
?

the profession of Industrial Design

have designed the products that provide you
entertainment (
iPod
),


that enable your school work (
Dell laptops
),


and provide zip in your step (
Nike sneakers
).

Industrial Designers

What is
ID
?

the product development process + Industrial Designers

What is
EE
?

the profession of Electrical Engineering

What is
EE
?

EE

Disciplines: A Broad Field



disciplines


Analog and Digital Electronics


Bio
-
electronic Engineering


Computer Engineering


Communications Engineering


Control Systems


Digital Signal Processing


Electronic Circuit Design

Engineering.


Energy Conversion.


Image Processing.


Instrumentation Engineering.



Information Processing
Engineering.


Microelectronic and VLSI
Engineering.


Microprocessor Systems
Engineering.


Microwave Engineering


Photonic Engineering


Power Electronics


Power Systems


Solid
-
state Engineering


Telecommunications Engineering.



Computer Engineering

What is computer engineering?

Computer Engineering

(also called
Electronic and Computer Engineering

, or
Computer Systems Engineering
)


It is a discipline that combines both
Electronic Engineering

and
Computer Science
.


Computer engineers usually have training in:



electronic engineering,



software design and



hardware
-
software integration


instead of only software engineering or electronic engineering.




Computer Engineering

Computer engineers are involved in many aspects of computing, from the design of
individual
microprocessors
,
personal computers
, and
supercomputers
, to circuit
design.



Processors

Computer Engineering

This field of engineering not only focuses on how computer systems themselves work,
but also how they integrate into the larger picture.


Usual tasks involving computer engineers include writing software and
firmware

for
embedded

microcontrollers
, designing
VLSI

chips, designing analog sensors, designing
mixed signal
circuit boards
, and designing
operating systems
.






Embedded Systems

Computer Engineering

Computer engineers are also suited for
robotics

research, which relies heavily on using
digital systems to control and monitor electrical systems like motors, communications,
and sensors.




Robotics

Computer Engineering

Ultrasound

is cyclic
sound

pressure with a
frequency

greater than the upper limit of
human

hearing
.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

(
MRI
), or
nuclear magnetic resonance imaging

(
NMRI
),
is primarily a
medical imaging

technique most commonly used in
radiology

to visualize
the internal structure and function of the body.


Health Systems

Computer Engineering

Rocket

or
rocket vehicle

is a
missile
, spacecraft,
aircraft

or other
vehicle

which obtains
thrust

by the
reaction

of the rocket to the ejection of fast moving
fluid

exhaust from a
rocket engine
.

and more…