IE 466 - Concurrent Engineering
Fall 2001, MWF 11:15 a.m. - 12:05 p.m., 101 Leonhard


 About the instructor:

Prof. Simpson

329 Leonhard

Fall 2001
Office Hours:
TR 3-4:30pm


In Concurrent Engineering, we investigate engineering and management tools for concurrent product and manufacturing process development. Students will develop skills in team dynamics, management of concurrent engineering projects, including the voice of the customer, and design for manufacturing and design for assembly methodologies. The class will analyze case studies from various industries and hear working engineers' commentaries on concurrent engineering as it is practiced in industry today.

Meeting Time and Place: MWF 11:15am-12:05pm in 101 Leonhard

Required Text: Managing New Product and Process Development - Text and Cases, K.B. Clark and S.C. Wheelwright, Free Press, New York, 1993.

A Course Reading Packet is also required; it is available in the Penn State Bookstore.

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This page last updated August 15, 2001