TST-01706 Challenge Based Innovation Project Course, 10 cr

Lisätiedot

Cern CBI@TUT, yhteistoteutus kurssin TRT-25506 kanssa. The course is only intended for degree students

Vastuuhenkilö

Susanna Ketola, Santeri Repo, Antti Stenvall

Opetus

Toteutuskerta Periodi Vastuuhenkilö Suoritusvaatimukset
TST-01706 2018-01 1 - 2 Timo Allinniemi
Jouko Laitinen
Saku Mäkinen
Jouko Nieminen
Santeri Repo
Matti Sommarberg
Antti Stenvall
TST-01706 2018-02 3 - 4 Saku Mäkinen
Jouko Nieminen
Santeri Repo
Antti Stenvall

Osaamistavoitteet

After the course, the student is able to: Use tools and methods for product design in a practical radical innovation project, use the substance knowledge of his/her studies in a real life problem solving, communicate fluently orally, by writing as well as by visual and other means and participate in a professional role in a project team that - develops highly futuristic, technologically feasible ideas - creates a demo or a prototype of a product, service or other innovation - understands how to design with incomplete information - understands the value and apply iterative prototyping - develops skills in moving ideas into testable, tangible prototypes quickly - makes well justified design decisions in an ambiguous design environment - reframes a problem taking into account the different stakeholders as well as its the societal impact Team working skills are especially emphasized as the course comprises of assignments carried out by a cross-disciplinary and international team comprising of students with different backgrounds and skill sets.

Sisältö

Sisältö Ydinsisältö Täydentävä tietämys Erityistietämys
1. Needfinding and user approach in innovation     
2. Roles of basic research, ideation and benchmarking in design process      
3. Problem divergence, convergence and data synthetisation and analysis in radical innovation      
4. Prototyping, testing and hypothesis setting in innovation process     

Vastaavuudet

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Päivittäjä: Repo Santeri, 21.11.2018