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ASME DETC Engineer'g design conf. Oct 2002 -Canada

January 16, 2002

The ASME DETC series of conferences is one the world's leading gathering in


the area of engineering design. The 2002 conference is to be held in


September 29 - October 2, 2002 Montreal, CANADA.





http://www.caip.rutgers.edu/ASME2002/index.html





Part of the event is the 14th International Conference on Design Theory and


Methodology
(http://www.eng.hmc.edu/DesignConference)





A special session is to be held on the Socio-Technical Aspect of Design.


Engineering design has been the domain of the 'hard' scientific community.


The 'how' and 'why' of design has been studied and made into theories and


methodologies. The extent to which these theories and methodologies are


applied in industry is rather limited.





Design as a human activity has been in existence from the beginning of the


human race. Man engages in design engineering as an individual as well as


an organisation. Design has also been studied as a human organisation


activity from the angle of psychology, social science and management.





This session aims to solicit papers from the 'soft' or 'softer' angle to


share their insights with the engineering community that has been the core


of the ASME DETC events.





Additional papers are now solicited for this session. The normal review


process for ASME conferences applies.





The paper submission deadline is 25th January 2002(Friday).





Please send the submission to me in the first instance so that I can


coordinate the processing as a batch.





I look forward to seeing you in Montreal.





Fan.





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Dr Ip-Shing Fan Tel : +44 1234 754 073(intl)


Enterprise Integration/CIM 01234 754 073(UK)


Cranfield University Fax : +44 1234 750 852


Cranfield, Bedford 01234 750 852(UK)


MK43 0AL Email : i.s.fan@cranfield.ac.uk


United Kingdom http://www.cranfield.ac.uk


http://www.ce-net.org

Submitted by: Angela Scott

 
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