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The Center for Design Research (CDR) is a community of scholars focused on understanding and augmenting engineering design innovation practice and education.

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The Center for Design Research (CDR) is a community of scholars focused on understanding and augmenting engineering design innovation practice and education.

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    Towards Self-Driving Cars

    Towards Self-Driving Cars

    Sebastian Thrun, PhD, winner of the DARPA Grand Challenge describes the robotic technology and advances in AI, which led the Stanford Racing Team to victory and which will enable cars to navigate autonomously in the future. (August 24, 2009)

    • 30 min
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    The John Arnold Design Challenge

    The John Arnold Design Challenge

    Dan Roam moderates an Oxford-style debate between Missy Cummings, Gilman Louie, and Steve Perlman on "what makes good design" in honor of John Arnold, who created the notion of "comprehensive design". (August 27, 2009)

    • 55 min
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    Turning Vision Into Value

    Turning Vision Into Value

    Nina Bhatti, PhD, a Principal Scientist at HP Labs describes the development of Color Match, a unique mobile application that gives expert cosmetics advice to shoppers, by a multi-disciplinary team and the commercial implications. (August 24, 2009)

    • 27 min
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    Design Thinking at IDEO

    Design Thinking at IDEO

    Dennis Boyle, a founding member of the design and innovation consulting firm IDEO, gives an inside perspective on how Design Thinking is practiced at IDEO. (August 26, 2009)

    • 38 min
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    Design Driving Research

    Design Driving Research

    Chris Gerdes, PhD, uses examples from his driving dynamics research to show that the iterative and experimental design thinking process and the hypothesis-driven scientific method are complementary rather than contradicting. (August 27, 2009)

    • 41 min
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    Revolutionizing How Engineering is Practiced and Taught: Factor 10 Engineering

    Revolutionizing How Engineering is Practiced and Taught: Factor 10 Engineering

    Amory Lovins, describes how small gains in efficiency at the consumption point can trigger gains that are magnitudes larger at higher levels and discusses how engineering must be practiced and taught fundamentally different. (August 25, 2009)

    • 30 min

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