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NOTE: The first lecture was not recorded. We are hoping to record it when the course is taught again in the Fall. In the meantime, please check out the course site here http://ocw.mit.edu/18-650F16 where you will find the slides that were used in all of the lectures.

This video is the introduction of Professor Shigeru Miyagawa, the instructor for the MIT course 21G.027 of Fall 2016.

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Fundamentals of Systems Engineering MIT

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NOTE: The first lecture was not recorded. We are hoping to record it when the course is taught again in the Fall. In the meantime, please check out the course site here http://ocw.mit.edu/18-650F16 where you will find the slides that were used in all of the lectures.

This video is the introduction of Professor Shigeru Miyagawa, the instructor for the MIT course 21G.027 of Fall 2016.

License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms
More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu

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    Meet the Educator

    Meet the Educator

    In this video, Prof. Olivier de Weck traces his passion for aerospace vehicles to his childhood, which he spent in Switzerland near the Alps--a setting which offered a spectacular view of the stars.

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    Course Design and Orienting Students with the "V Model"

    Course Design and Orienting Students with the "V Model"

    In this video, Prof. Olivier de Weck describes how the course is a door-opener to the world of systems engineering and discusses how the classic "V Model" is used to orient students.

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    Teaching the Class as a Small Private Online Course (SPOC)

    Teaching the Class as a Small Private Online Course (SPOC)

    In this video, Prof. Olivier de Weck shares what it was like to teach the course as a SPOC, including feedback from students about the experience.

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    Engaging Students in the Design Process through the CanSat Competition

    Engaging Students in the Design Process through the CanSat Competition

    In this video, Prof. Olivier de Weck shares how the CanSat Competition provides an application for students' learning in the course.

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    Learning from CanSat Examples

    Learning from CanSat Examples

    In this video, Prof. Olivier de Weck shares how looking at failed past CanSat projects can help students improve current projects.

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    Ideal Team Size for the CanSat Competition

    Ideal Team Size for the CanSat Competition

    In this video, Prof. Olivier de Weck discusses the ideal student team size for the CanSat Competition.

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