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Mirko Meboldt: Katalogdaten im Herbstsemester 2016

NameHerr Prof. Dr. Mirko Meboldt
LehrgebietProduktentwicklung und Konstruktion
Adresse
Chair of Product Dev.& Eng. Design
ETH Zürich, LEE O 210
Leonhardstrasse 21
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Auszeichnung: Die Goldene Eule
Telefon+41 44 632 72 38
E-Mailmeboldtm@ethz.ch
DepartementMaschinenbau und Verfahrenstechnik
BeziehungOrdentlicher Professor

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
151-0067-10LIngenieur-Tool IV: Sketching und Visualisieren von technischen Konzepten Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Die Ingenieur-Tool-Kurse sind ausschliesslich für MAVT-Bachelor-Studierende.

Maximale Teilnehmerzahl: 20

Es darf nur ein Ingenieur-Tool-Kurs pro Semester belegt werden.
0.4 KP1KH. Stahl, M. Meboldt
KurzbeschreibungDieser Kurs wird im Rahmen des Design and Technology Lab Zurich angeboten. Effektive Visualisierung von Ideen ist essenziell um technische Konzepte zu kommunizieren. Der Kurs fokussiert auf das Erlernen von Grundlagen der Entwurfsdarstellung in Skizzenform anhand verschiedener einfacher Techniken.
LernzielBeherrschen verschiedener einfacher Techniken zur Visualisierung von technischen Ideen.
InhaltGrundlagen in: Perspektive, Linienzeichnen, Proportionen, Umsetzung Planansichten in Perspektive
Skriptwird verteilt
LiteraturEs werden keine weiteren Bücher benötigt.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesMax 20 Teilnehmer/Innen
Material: Papier, Kugelschreiber
151-0079-52LSkinfactory BioReactor Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Dieser Kurs ist Teil eines Jahreskurses. Die 14 Kreditpunkte werden am Ende des FS2017 vergeben mit neuer Belegung des gleichen Fokus-Projektes im FS2017.

Der Kurs ist nur für MAVT BSc und ITET BSc.

Zum Fokusprojekt wird zugelassen, wer:
a. die Basisprüfung bestanden hat;
b. den Block 1 und 2 bestanden hat.
0 KP15AM. Meboldt
KurzbeschreibungIm Team ein Produkt von A-Z entwickeln und realisieren! Anwenden und Vertiefen des bestehenden Wissens, Arbeiten in Teams, Selbständigkeit, Problemstrukturierung, Lösungsfindung in unscharfen Problemstellungen, Systembeschreibung und -simulation, Präsentation und Dokumentation, Realisationsfähigkeit, Werkstatt- und Industriekontakte, Anwendung modernster Ingenieur-Werkzeuge (Matlab, Simulink usw.)
LernzielDie vielfältigen Lernziele dieses Fokus-Projektes sind:
- Synthetisieren und Vertiefen des theoretischen Wissens aus den
Grundlagenfächern des 1.-4. Semesters
- Teamorganisation, Arbeiten in Teams, Steigerung der sozialen
Kompetenz
- Selbständigkeit, Initiative, selbständiges Lernen neuer
Themeninhalte
- Problemstrukturierung, Lösungsfindung in unscharfen
Problemstellungen, Suchen von Informationen
- Systembeschreibung und -simulation
- Präsentationstechnik, Dokumentationserstellung
- Entscheidungsfähigkeit, Realisationsfähigkeit
- Werkstatt- und Industriekontakte
- Erweiterung und Vertiefung von Sachwissen
- Beherrschung modernster Ingenieur-Werkzeuge (Matlab, Simulink,
CAD, CAE, PDM)
151-0301-00LMaschinenelemente2 KP1V + 1UM. Meboldt, Q. Lohmeyer
KurzbeschreibungVorstellung von Maschinenelementen und mechanischen Systemen als Grundlage für die Produktentwicklung. Diskussion von Fallbeispielen zu deren Anwendung in Produkten und Systemen.
LernzielDie Studierenden bekommen einen Überblick über die wichtigsten mechanischen Komponenten (Maschinenelemente), welche im Maschinenbau eingesetzt werden. Anhand von ausgewählten Beispielen wird aufgezeigt, wie diese zu funktionalen Teil- und Gesamtsystemen wie Maschinen, Werkzeugen oder Antrieben zusammengefügt werden können. Gleichzeitig wird ebenfalls die Problematik der Fertigung (fertigungsgerechte Konstruktion) behandelt.
Über die parallel laufenden Vorlesungen/Übungen "Technisches Zeichnen und CAD" wird die konstruktive Umsetzung erarbeitet und vertieft.
Inhalt- Entwicklungsprozess: Kurzüberblick
- Stadien des Planungs- und Konstruktionsprozesses
- Anforderungen an eine Konstruktion und ihre technische Umsetzung
- Materialwahl - Grundlagen einer materialgerechten Konstruktion
- Fertigungsverfahren - Grundlagen einer fertigungsgerechten Konstruktion
- Verbindungen, Sicherungen, Dichtungen
- Maschinen-Standardelemente
- Lager & Führungen
- Getriebe und deren Komponenten
- Antriebe

Die Vorstellung der Maschinenelemente wird durch Fallbeispiele ergänzt und veranschaulicht.
SkriptDie Vorlesungsseiten werden vorab auf der Internetseite des pd|z publiziert.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesFür den Bachelor-Studiengang Maschineningenieurwissenschaften wird Maschinenelemente (HS) zusammen mit Innovationsprozess (FS) geprüft.
151-0655-00LSkills for Creativity and Innovation4 KP3GI. Goller, C. Kobe, M. Meboldt
KurzbeschreibungThis lecture aims to enhance the knowledge and competency of students regarding their innovation capability. An overview on prerequisites of and different skills for creativity and innovation in individual & team settings is given. The focus of this lecture is clearly on building competencies - not just acquiring knowledge.
Lernziel- Basic knowledge about creativity and skills
- Knowledge about individual prerequisites for creativity
- Development of individual skills for creativity
- Knowledge about teams
- Development of team-oriented skills for creativity
- Knowledge and know-how about transfer to idea generation teams
InhaltBasic knowledge about creativity and skills:
- Introduction into creativity & innovation: definitions and models

Knowledge about individual prerequisites for creativity:
- Personality, motivation, intelligence

Development of individual skills for creativity:
- Focus on creativity as problem analysis & solving
- Individual skills in theoretical models
- Individual competencies: exercises and reflection

Knowledge about teams:
- Definitions and models
- Roles in innovation processes

Development of team-oriented skills for creativity:
- Idea generation and development in teams
- Cooperation & communication in innovation teams

Knowledge and know-how about transfer to idea generation teams:
- Self-reflection & development planning
- Methods of knowledge transfer
SkriptSlides, script and other documents will be distributed via moodle.ethz.ch
(access only for students registered to this course)
LiteraturPlease refer to lecture script.
151-0761-00LPraxiskurs zu Fokusprojekten mit Schwerpunkt Produktentwicklung Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Nur Fokusstudierende. 2 bis max. 3 Studierende pro Fokus-Projekt.
3 KP3GR. P. Haas, C. R. Dietzsch, I. Goller, M. Meboldt, C. Schorno
KurzbeschreibungDieser Kurs vermittelt den laufenden Fokusprojektteams in dichter Form praktische Hinweise in den Bereichen Projektmanagement, Kommunikation und Präsentationen, sowie Umgang mit Medien, Lie-feranten, Coaches, Patenten und Sicherheitsfragen.
LernzielTeilnehmende bekommen Tipps, Hinweise und Hintergrundinformationen von Dozierenden mit grosser Praxiserfahrung, welche im laufenden Projekt angewendet werden.
InhaltProjektmanagement
- Eine gute Projektbasis legen
- Planung und Controlling von Projekten
- Produktvalidierung und Testing
- Problemlösungszyklus und für Dritte nachvollziehbare Entscheide

Kommunikation
- Public Relations in a Nutshell
- Gewinnen von und Umgang mit Lieferanten und Sponsoren
- Technische Berichte erstellen
- Reviewpräsentationen gestalten, die ankommen

Umgang und Hinweise in Bezug auf
- Erwartungen und Konflikte
- Sicherheitsfragen
- Fragestellungen rund um Patente
SkriptUnterlagen werden elektronisch zur Verfügung gestellt.
Voraussetzungen / Besonderes- Nur für Studierende, die gleichzeitig ein Fokusprojekt belegen
151-3201-00LStudies on Engineering Design3 KP6AK. Shea, P. Ermanni, M. Meboldt
KurzbeschreibungThis course introduces students to the exciting world of Engineering Design research, which crosses disciplines and requires a variety of skills. Each student identifies a topic in Engineering Design for further investigation, either based on those proposed or a new, agreed topic.
LernzielStudents gain their first knowledge of Engineering Design research and carry out their first, independent scientific study. Students learn how to read scientific literature and critically analyze and discuss them, gain hands-on experience in the area and learn how to document their work concisely through a report and short presentation.
InhaltStudents identify 5-10 journal articles, or scientifically equivalent, in consultation with the supervisor and can define a small, related project in the area to gain hands-on experience. In the beginning of the semester, students develop with the supervisor a 2-page proposal outlining the objective of the study, tasks to be carried out and a brief time plan for the work. Once agreed, the project starts resulting in a report combining the state-of-art literature review and project results, if carried out.

The students work independently on a study of selected topics in the field of Engineering Design. They start with a selection of the topic, identify scientific papers for the literature research and can define a small, related project. The results (e.g. state-of-the-art literature review and small project results where defined) are evaluated with respect to predefined criteria.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesStudents take this course in parallel to the Lecture "Grand Challenges in Engineering Design". A general meeting will be held in the beginning of the semester to propose topics for the studies. Studies are carried out individually and can be the pre-study for a Bachelor thesis.
151-3203-00LGrand Challenges in Engineering Design1 KP3SP. Ermanni, M. Meboldt, K. Shea
KurzbeschreibungThe course is structured in three main blocks, each of them addressing a specific grand challenge in engineering design. Each block is composed of an introductory lecture and two to three invited talks, considering a good mix between speakers coming from academia and industry. Each talk is introduced and moderated by the students.
LernzielThe aim of the course is to introduce students to the engineering design research and practice in a multitude of Mechanical Engineering disciplines and convey knowledge from both academia and industry about state of the art methods, tools and processes.
InhaltThe students are exposed to a variety of topics in the field of Engineering Design. Topics are bundled in three main grand challenges and include an introductory lecture held by one of the responsible Professors and 2-3 invited talks of 45 min. each, addressing specific issues. The success of the course is largely dependant on active involvement of the students. Accordingly, a small group of students (1-3) is asked to introduce and moderate each external talk. The group will therefore gather adequate information about the speaker and topic, read and synthesize relevant documents and scientific papers, prepare questions to motivate the interaction with the audience and summarize, at the end of the lecture, the discussed points and outcome.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesOffered in English and German
227-0981-00LCross-Disciplinary Research and Development in Medicine and Engineering Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
A maximum of 12 medical degree students and 12 (biomedical) engineering degree students can be admitted, their number should be equal.
4 KP2V + 2AV. Kurtcuoglu, D. de Julien de Zelicourt, M. Meboldt, M. Schmid Daners, O. Ullrich
KurzbeschreibungCross-disciplinary collaboration between engineers and medical doctors is indispensable for innovation in health care. This course will bring together engineering students from ETH Zurich and medical students from the University of Zurich to experience the rewards and challenges of such interdisciplinary work in a project based learning environment.
LernzielThe main goal of this course is to demonstrate the differences in communication between the fields of medicine and engineering. Since such differences become the most evident during actual collaborative work, the course is based on a current project in physiology research that combines medicine and engineering. For the engineering students, the specific aims of the course are to:

- Acquire a working understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the investigated system;
- Identify the engineering challenges in the project and communicate them to the medical students;
- Develop and implement, together with the medical students, solution strategies for the identified challenges;
- Present the found solutions to a cross-disciplinary audience.
InhaltAfter a general introduction to interdisciplinary communication and detailed background on the collaborative project, the engineering students will receive tailored lectures on the anatomy and physiology of the relevant system. They will then team up with medical students who have received a basic introduction to engineering methodology to collaborate on said project. In the process, they will be coached both by lecturers from ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich, receiving lectures customized to the project. The course will end with each team presenting their solution to a cross-disciplinary audience.
SkriptHandouts and relevant literature will be provided.
363-1065-00LDesign Thinking: Human-Centred Solutions to Real World Challenges Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Due to didactic reasons, the number of participants is limited to 30.

All interested students are invited to apply for this course by sending a one-page motivation letter until 14.9.16 to Florian Rittiner (frittiner@ethz.ch).

Additionally please enroll via mystudies. Places will be assigned after the first lecture on the basis of your motivation letter and commitment for the class.
5 KP5GA. Cabello Llamas, F. Rittiner, S. Brusoni, C. Hölscher, M. Meboldt
KurzbeschreibungThe goal of this course is to engage students in a multidisciplinary collaboration to tackle real world problems. Following a design thinking approach, students will work in teams to solve a set of design challenges that are organized as a one-week, a three-week, and a final six-week project in collaboration with an external project partner.

Information and application: www.sparklabs.ch/ethz
LernzielDuring the course, students will learn about different design thinking methods and tools. This will enable them to:
- Generate deep insights through the systematic observation and interaction of key stakeholders.
- Engage in collaborative ideation with a multidisciplinary (student) team.
- Rapidly prototype and iteratively test ideas and concepts by using various materials and techniques.
InhaltThe purpose of this course is to equip the students with methods and tools to tackle a broad range of problems. Following a Design Thinking approach, the students will learn how to observe and interact with key stakeholders in order to develop an in-depth understanding of what is truly important and emotionally meaningful to the people at the center of a problem. Based on these insights, the students ideate on possible solutions and immediately validated them through quick iterations of prototyping and testing using different tools and materials. The students will work in multidisciplinary teams on a set of challenges that are organized as a one-week, a three-week, and a final six-week project with an external project partner. In this course, the students will learn about the different Design Thinking methods and tools that are needed to generate deep insights, to engage in collaborative ideation, rapid prototyping and iterative testing.

Design Thinking is a deeply human process that taps into the creative abilities we all have, but that get often overlooked by more conventional problem solving practices. It relies on our ability to be intuitive, to recognize patterns, to construct ideas that are emotionally meaningful as well as functional, and to express ourselves through means beyond words or symbols. Design Thinking provides an integrated way by incorporating tools, processes and techniques from design, engineering, the humanities and social sciences to identify, define and address diverse challenges. This integration leads to a highly productive collaboration between different disciplines.

For more information and the application visit: http://sparklabs.ch/ethz
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesClass attendance and active participation is crucial as much of the learning occurs through the work in teams during class. Therefore, attendance is obligatory for every session. Please also note that the group work outside class is an essential element of this course, so that students must expect an above-average workload.