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“ C reativity to the ne X t power”. Gabriel ItuarteEd Robelo Tim LeeLupe Segura Monica LeungMariana Sierra Gloria Lo. “ C reativity to the ne X t power”. Overview. Design Process Steps:. Definition Research Brainstorm Vote Focus Delegate Prototype Test –survey Refine

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“Creativity to the neXt power”

Gabriel ItuarteEd Robelo

Tim LeeLupe Segura

Monica LeungMariana Sierra

Gloria Lo


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“Creativity to the neXt power”

Overview

Design Process Steps:

  • Definition

  • Research

  • Brainstorm

  • Vote

  • Focus

  • Delegate

  • Prototype

  • Test –survey

  • Refine

  • Present

5/5/2003


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Step 1: Define

  • To create a new undergraduate major that:

  • Fosters creativity with applications in today’s world.

  • Hands-on and project-oriented

  • Meaningful and interesting

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Step 2: Research

  • Internet

  • Surveys

  • Course Catalogs

  • Asking others

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Step 3: Brainstorm

Step 4: Vote

  • After our first brainstorming session we voted on the following top ten Design ideas:

  • Design Engineering6. Food/Culinary Eng.

  • Home Engineering7. Ergonomic Engineering

  • Criminology/Forensic Eng.8. Music/Acoustic Eng.

  • Game Engineering9. Energy Resource Eng.

  • Sports Engineering10. Animation/Graphics Eng.

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Step 5, 6, 7-Focus, Delegate & Prototype

Acoustics

Engineering

Forensic and Criminology

Engineering

Applied Strategic

Game Engineering

Study of sound, optics, vibration and noise, how these are generated, their relationship to music and how they can be enhanced and suppressed.

Involves Design and strategic

decision making. It is the application of statistical and design principles.

The investigation and analysis of criminal cases, as well as the reconstruction of failures in buildings, structures, vehicles, and other systems

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Step 8: Test

Survey Results

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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  • One survey designed for each group:

    • Prospective students

    • Family and friends

    • Employers

0.65 * (Prospective students) + 0.15 * (Family and friends)

+ 0.2 * (Employers)

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Sample Survey Questions

(Scale: 1 – strongly disagree, 7 – strongly agree)

Students:

When accidents or malfunctions happen, I am curious

as to why and how.

Employers:

I believe there exists a sufficiently large market for the

investigation and reconstruction of crimes and

engineering failures.

Family & friends:

Well-designed games are important in a child’s

development, both physically and mentally.

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Survey Results – Round 1

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Survey Results – Round 2

(10 more Cal freshmen and sophomores)

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Forensics and Criminology Engineering

The teaching and research activities of the Department of Forensics and Criminology Engineering (F&CE) concern the investigation and analysis of criminal cases, as well as the reconstruction of accidents and failures in machines, structures, and other systems.

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Topics

This agenda covers a broad range of specialized disciplines, including:

- Genetics, cell physiology, and cell anatomy

- Computer science, networks, and systems

- Statics and dynamics

- Microstructure/physical/ properties of

materials

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

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Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Specializations

Due to its multidisciplinary nature, F&CE has been broken down into three specialized paths:

- Option I Failure Analysis

- Option II Bio-Chemical Analysis

- Option III Computer Forensics

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Curriculum

JUNIOR YEARFallSpring

Statistics 134, Concepts of Probability 3 -

F&CE 100- Computer Simulation - 3

in Forensics Engineering

IEOR 165, Engineering Statistiscs 3 -

Civil Eng130, Mechanics of Materials - 3

F&CE 110, Evaluation of Evidence 3 -

Legal Studies 170 – Crime and Criminal -3

Justice

F&CE Electives6 6

Total 1515

SENIOR YEAR FallSpring

E190, Technical Communication 3 -

F&CE 180, Senior Project - 4

F&CE Electives 6 6

 Total 15 15

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

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Option I- Failure Analysis

The study of determining how and why entities (such as structures and vehicles) fail. Students will analyze material damage, mechanical failures and the reconstruction of crimes.

  • Lower Division

  • E45-Properties of materials

  • E36-Statics

  • E37-Dynamics

  • Upper Division

  • Civil Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • F&CE 125 Deformation and Fracture of Materials

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Option II-Bio-Chemical Analysis

The students learn the techniques to investigate evidence from DNA sequences, polymorphic proteins and enzymes and antigenic variants found in various body fluids and samples.

  • Upper Division

  • Chemical Engineering

  • Toxicology

  • Molecular and Cell Biology

  • Bio Engineering

  • Lower Division

  • Biology 1A

  • Biology 1B

  • Chemistry 3A

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

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Prototype

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Refine

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Option III- Computer Forensics

Students will study data identification, recovery, despoliation, security, and validation. Graduates can apply these concepts to computer fraud, hacking, identity theft, and other electronic crimes

  • Lower Division

  • CS61A-Intro to Programming and Computer Science

  • CS61B-Fundamental dynamic data structures

  • CS61C-Operation of Digital Computers

  • Upper Division

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Information Mgmt. Systems

  • Computer Science

  • F&CE 121-Information Data Tracking

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Website

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Comments of prototype

“In my first year, I don’t feel that I am informed enough to help me decide on which specific area I want to pursue, so that I can take the prerequisites that I need to take”.

- Andres (MCB)

“I’m curious to hear from professionals in this field because I don’t know much about it”. - Natalie (ME)

“Is Law Enforcement an Engineering practice?”

- Dan (EECS)

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Step 9-Refinements

  • A F&CE freshman seminar was added to give students an opportunity to explore the 3 F&CE options

  • The 4 sub-majors werereduced to 3 because investigation and

  • law enforcement were not considered engineering disciplines

  • A course in engineering ethics is now to be taken in the

  • second year instead of the fourth year.

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Conclusions

  • Survey: ask questions that a person cannot automatically say “yes” or “no” to. Creating a survey is not as easy as we thought.

  • “Persona” should also be given in the context of the user, employer and professor

  • During brainstorming, keep all ideas. After you eliminate an idea, it may still be used later on, specially after feedback.

Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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Define

Research

Brainstorm

Vote

Focus

Delegate

Prototype

Test

Refine

Conclusions


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