Some examples of previous workshops
Our workshops are an essential building block to ensure a meaningful hands-on/dialogue-based forum for both practitioners as well as researchers. For full engagement of the participants, all workshops are built around case examples, including physical samples, case files, CAD models, etc. which:
- give the participants and an active role in guided tutorials and exercises focusing on Robust Design.
- raise actual & future questions in Robust Design research and implementation in practice.
- encourage knowledge sharing by working together on a common problem.
Below you find some examples of previously used cases. For further information please check the provided short introduction to our workshop series or the teasers for the different workshops:
The infamous case of the GM IGNITION SWITCH recall Embodiment of adaptive GLUE GUN MECHANISMS
Variation across domains for an ANEMOMETER Role of robustness in Toyota's GAS PEDAL recall
Building robust LEGO MECHANISMS