8th – 14th July 2019, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
C2 - 1st Intensive Summer School in Romania under the Premises of Coordinator UPB
C.V. DOICIN, Dean of Industrial Engineering and Robotics Faculty
M.E. ULMEANU, Senior Lecturer
R. MURZAC, Assistant
G. ENE, Engineer
C. ZAHARIA, Engineer
Veronica ZYBACZYNSKI, Architect
Andrei ZYBACZYNSKI, Architect
Ovidiu CRIVAC, Engineer
Eduard LICIU, Medical Doctor
Miruna MIHAI, Medical Doctor
Andrei CONSTANTINESCU, Medical Doctor
Bogdan POPESCU, Medical Doctor
Valentin MARIN, Engineer
Bogdan-George FRÎNCU, Engineer
Please register for the C2 summer school event, here.
O2 - Business Plan Road-map for the future engineer as an entrepreneur;
O3 - Curriculum Workbook for Intensive Summer Training Course – Technology Entrepreneurial thinking for bridging the gap between Education, Technology Research and the Business environment;
O4 - 3D Printing Guide for Successful Business Development;
O7 - Open interactive platform for creating and developing an Entrepreneurship Hub, by Transferring Research and Innovation in the industrial environment.
Find out more about the outputs developed by TecHUB 4.0 team, here.
Please take five minutes to give us a feedback on the implementation of C2 summer school event, here.
A higher education course is only as effective as the materials used to teach it, its’ main role being to ensure that student participants learn to their maximum potential. Six stages were taken into consideration when designing the 3D printing teaching materials, namely: 1. Establish learning objectives; 2. Analyse and understand the targeted audience (gap analysis/ competency level); 3. Consider different learning styles; 4. Analyse delivery methods; 5. Integrate available technology and estimate necessary prerequisites; 6. Test the learning materials and integrate feedback.
A five-module curriculum structure was designed and presented in correspondence with the main learning objective of the summer school programme. Students acquired skills from all seven skill sets: content, process, social, complex problem solving, technical, system and resource management. After completing the Summer School Programme participants also acquired theoretical and practical knowledge in five key areas: Business and management; Manufacturing and production; Engineering and technology; Education and training and Communications. Cognitive, psychomotor, physical and sensory abilities were developed and refined by completing the proposed course. The teaching materials used for pilot testing within the 1st Intensive Summer School, are based on the intellectual outputs developed by the implementation team. For an appropriate implementation of the summer school activities, the team members developed and undertaken specific team-centered training sessions for MEX & DLP equipment usage, maintenance and service.
All developed teaching and training materials are presented below and are available for download using the provided links.
Twenty 3D printed custom-made physical prototypes for products within the selected topics. View their presentation in the Gallery below.
Twenty five 3D printed complex assembled prototypes for general applications. View their presentation in the Gallery below.