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Intl Summer School on Integrated Product Development (May & Sep 2017, Malta & Germany)

Dates: 15-19 May and 11-15 September 2017 Locations: Malta and Magdeburg Germany Website: IPDISS17 Deadline to express interest to partic...

Dates: 15-19 May and 11-15 September 2017
Locations: Malta and Magdeburg Germany
Website: IPDISS17
Deadline to express interest to participate: 3 March 2017

With the industrial world looking at ways of how to overcome increasing demands on product performance and product individualisation, there is an increasing need to of exploit product development to meet these business challenges.

The aim of ipdISS sessions is to provide a platform through which postgraduates working in IPD related fields can sharpen their understanding of current and emerging research issues in this interdisciplinary field. You can get an insight into the benefits of attending this summer school by listening to some testimonials who attended the IPD summer school in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

By the end of this two week summer school, participants would have improved their competence and ability to tackle research issues with an engineering and business oriented mind-set.

This International Summer School on Integrated Product Development is endorsed and supported by the Design Society.

Important Dates:
Interest to Participate:........................................... by latest 3rd March 2017
Paid Registration.................................................... 24th March 2017
Week/Session 1 in Malta : ........................................ 15 - 19 May 2017
Week/Session 2 in Magdeburg: ................................... 11 - 15 Sep 2017

See the website for further details.

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