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7th International CONCEIVE DESIGN IMPLEMENT OPERATE Conference (CDIO2011)

the process of implementing CDIO principles at DTU architectural engineering
Author:Lotte Bjerregaard jensen <lbj@byg.dtu.dk> (Technical University of Denmark)
Toke Rammer Nielsen <trn@byg.dtu.dk> (Technical University of Denmark)
Henrik Almegaard <hal@byg.dtu.dk> (Tecnical University of Denmark)
Hans Peter Nielsen <hpn@byg.dtu.dk> (Tecnical University of Denmark)
Michael Jørgensen <mijo@byg.dtu.dk> (tecnical university of Denmark)
Morten Toft jensen (Technical University of Denmark)
teresa Surzucka Surzucka (Tecnical University of Denmark)
Per Kjæerby <pok@byg.dtu.dk> (Tecnical University of Denmark)
kurt kielsgaard <kkh@byg.dtu.dk> (Tecnical university of denmark)
nina gall jørgensen (Tecnical university of Denamrk)
Vibeke Møgelvang (Tecnical university of denbmark)
Date: 2011-06-20     Track: Main     Session: 1
DOI:10.4122/1.1000054483

The paper will relate to a possible CDIO demonstration session. The paper outlines the process of implementing CDIO principles in a design oriented engineering diploma programme. On the one hand the focus on integrated design implicitly holds qualities parallel to those of CDIO - the curriculum integration, the focus on design-build etc. But there are also difficulties expecialy concerning the 'operation' part of the CDIO principles and several of the generative skills. CDIO has provided new ideas and tools by which to address the interface between engineering and design. The paper will demonstrate how CDIO was implemented and which adjustments were made after the first runs.