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Cooperative Design for Global Production Engeneering Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel Center for Technology and Society (ZTG) of the Technical University Berlin Paper to be presented at the Conference Collaborative Design and Learning: Competence Building for Innovation Monday, 11 th September 2000

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Cooperative design for global production engeneering dr hans liudger dienel

Cooperative Design for Global Production Engeneering

Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel

Center for Technology and Society (ZTG)

of the Technical University Berlin

Paper to be presented at the Conference

Collaborative Design and Learning: Competence Building for Innovation

Monday, 11th September 2000

Portuguese Pavillion, Hannover World Exhibition


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Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel

Institute for Technology and Society

Hardenbergstraße 4-5

D-10623 Berlin

Germany

Prof. Dr.-Ing. F.-L. KrauseDipl.-Ing. S. Dreher

IWF / IPK Berlin

Pascalstr. 8-9

D-10587 Berlin

Germany


Motivation for gpe

Actual Status

Future Status

- computer aided invention

- traditional creativity techniques

- openness as 'quality' of enterprise

- isolation tendencies

Knowledge

- inter-divisional knowledge transfer

- 'not invited here' syndrome

Generating

- enterprise internal saved

- information hiding

- knowledge addicted to individuals

- process chains supported by

- isolated solutions

Knowledge

information technologies

- interface problems

Processing

- standardisation

- high rate of 'forgetting'

- saving of knowledge in high quantities

- group specific meetings

Knowledge

- complicated protocol system

Sharing

- informal communication

- groupware with electronic messaging

- decentral availability of knowledge

- transparency for the employees'

- selected knowledge on-site

Motivation for GPE


Aspects of global enterprises

Aspects of Global Enterprises


Evolution of economic relations

Past

Today

Prospects

  • Economic Relations:

  • Same stage ofdevelopment

  • => intensive, equal exchange of commodities

  • Developed nation supply less developedcountries (LCD)

  • => one-sided supplier/customer - relations

  • Economic Relations:

  • Dynamic economic development in EastAsia

  • Technical and economiccompetent enterprisesemerge

  • New Forms of

  • Cooperation originate:

  • No pure exchange ofcommodities

  • “Virtual Enterprises”

  • Essential factors of success :

    • Information technology

    • Communication technology

    • Standardization

    • Environmental care

    • Quality management

    • Economic, socialand cultural competence

    • ...

Evolution of Economic Relations


Forms of industrial cooperation

Control Intensity

high

Phase II

Phase III

Distributed Cooperative

long term supply

Teamwork

contracts

Level of Trust

Phase VI

Phase I

low

high

Strategical Teamwork;

alternating supply

company networks;

relations; short term

interdivisional process

contracts

chains

low

Forms of Industrial Cooperation


Aims of the gpe course

  • International oriented education (focus East Asia)

  • Establishing a bilingual education

  • Imparting

    • technical,

    • economic,

    • social and

    • cultural competence

  • 40 - 60 students, ca. 50 % from East Asia

  • Education close to industrial requirements

  • Offering a future oriented education

Preparing for requirements of global Markets

Aims of the GPE Course


Course of studies gpe

Vor-Diplom

Germanstudents

Preparation Studies

Bachelor

of Science

Foreignstudents

Engineering

Languages

Semester Thesis

Main Studies Global Production Engineering

Master

of Science or

Dipl.-Ing.

Production technology and management

Interdisciplinary subject

Technology Transfer

Languages Practical Training, Stay AbroadMaster Thesis

4 semesters incl. vacations

time

WS

SS

WS

SS

WS

SS

Course of Studies GPE


Structure of the gpe course

Strategic Production and Personnel Management I + II

Technology Transfer

Technology Transfer

(4 SWS)

(4 SWS)

Langugages

European and East Asian Langugages

1. Semester (WS)

2. Semester (SS)

3. Semester (WS)

4. Semester (SS)

Main Subjects (40 SWS of 72 SWS)

Production Technology II

Production Technology I

Global Production Managemt

II

Global Production Managemt I

Ind

. Information Technology I

Ind. Information Technology II

Manufacturing+Factory Plang. I

Manufacturing+Factory Plang. II

Quality Management I

Quality Management

II

Systemat. Product Developmt I

Systemat. Product Developmt II

Energy Engineering I

Energy Engineering II

Plant Engineering

II

Plant Engineering I

Master Thesis,

Practical Training, Stay Abroad

International Logistics I

International Logistics II

Additional Subjects (4 SWS)

1 of 4 Subjects

Additional Subj. (4 SWS)

1 of 2 Subjects

Transportation Management

Work and Organizational Psychology

Internat. Project Management

Investment and Financing

Environmental Management

Hours

16

22

20

per Week

Structure of the GPE Course


Partnerships and co operations of the tu berlin in asia

  • China

    • Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), Peking

    • China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT), Xuzhou

    • Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai

    • Zhejiang University, Hangzhou

    • Zhejiang Agricultural University, Hangzhou

    • Tsinghua University, Peking

    • Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an

    • Institut für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Chinesische Akademie der Wissenschaften (IGN), Peking

    • Liaoning University of Engineering and Technology, Fuxin

    • Tongji University, Shanghai

  • Japan

    • Keio University, Tokio

  • Indonesia

    • Hasanuddin Universität, Ujung Pandang

    • Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Surabaya

    • Gadjah Mada Universität, Yogyakarta

    • Institut Teknologi, Bandung

    • Institut Teknologi Indonesia (ITI), Serpong

  • Korea

    • Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang

    • Hanyang University, Seoul

    • Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Seoul

Partnerships and Co-operations of the TU Berlin in Asia


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