10 July 2017
Industrial Product Design and Concept Development - PRODECT17
PRODECT’ 17 Summer School addresses the most important and up-to-date methodologies and technologies that are employed during product design focusing on the conceptual and preliminary design phases. Additionally, the course provides introductory lectures covering the basic phases of detailed design. On the basis of the above, the course is divided in four thematic sections: (i) Concept Development, (ii) Preliminary Design, (iii) Creative Design, and (iv) Detail Design.
The course is structured in lectures, where basic methodologies are analyzed, and workshops (product development studios), where the trainees will be familiarized with brainstorming techniques and modern computer-based design methods and technologies. A product-design project will run from the first day of the school encouraging the participants to develop a new product that will meet modern needs.
More information is available on PRODECT2017 official website
Associate Professor Dr. Philip Azariadis-Topaloglou
The program is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate students (already enrolled in a Masters/Ph.D. program) or Professionals in the field of product design, architecture, and engineering in general.
To provide theoretical and practical knowledge on:
Product Design methodologies
Concept and Preliminary Design Methodologies
Brief Design and Analysis
Analysis of target group
Creative-Design Computational Tools
Product Visualization Techniques
Parametric Product Modeling (3D Modeling with Creo Parametric 3.0)
Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping Techniques
EUR 200: Early Registration Fee until 4th June 2017
EUR 250: Regular Registration Fee after 4th June 2017
There are available scholarships corresponding to free registration. For more information please visit summer schools website.