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|GE 2030 - Introduction to Product Prototyping: Silicon Valley|
Seeks to develop in-depth knowledge and experience in prototyping by focusing on engineering processes and instrumentation that are used in different industries. Studies the prototyping cycle from initial process flow and sketching, to prototype development, to testing and analysis, with an emphasis on iteration. Analyzes how different kinds of engineering prototypes can address design and user-interface needs vs. functional needs, such as looks-like and works-like prototypes. Offers students an opportunity to obtain operating knowledge of methods including 3-D printing, SolidWorks, off-the-shelf hardware-software interfaces, simulation, embedded systems, product testing, prototype analysis, and prototype iteration. Taught in Silicon Valley.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Off-campus instruction
General Engineering Department
Faculty Led Study Abroad