Courses Taught at Stanford

Group of teachers and students

UNDERGRADUATE

  • Eng 1 and 6 - Introduction to Engineering         
  • Eng 9 -  Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Eng 11 - Statics
  • Eng 114 – Philosophy of Design
  • ME-103 – Manufacturing Processes
  • ME 4 - Materials and Processes
  • ME 107 – Mechanical Design
  • ME 114 - Senior Mechanical Design
  • IEEM 100 - Organizational Behavior and Design
  • VTSS 51,2,3 The Nature of Technology, Science and mathematics (Year-long sequence co-taught with a physicist. Sandy Fetter, and a mathematician,
  • Bob Osserman, for AB majors)
  • VTSS 115 - Aesthetics and Technology – with Barry Katz, a humanist
  • Eng 190 – Creative Problem Solving
  • ME 112 b - Introduction to Product Design
  • ME 112c – Intermediate Product Design (joint with architecture)
  • ME 116a - Human Factors in Product Design
  • VTSS 116 - War and Technology

GRADUATE

  • ME 224a   -Advanced Manufacturing
  • ME 214 - Philosophy of Design
  • ME 201, IE 201,ME 223,  Creative Problem Solving
  • ME 214, I.E.214 - Good Products, Bad Products
  • ME 219 abc - Graduate Mechanical Design (Year long series leading to working hardware by each group) – (with Henry Fuchs
  • VTSS 269 - Comparative Technology Policy - with Naushad Forbes
  • ME 299 - Advanced Product design (Year long sequence leading to a completed product prototype by each student) – with Bob McKim and Matt Kahn
  • Eng 235 abc - Engineering Systems Design (Year long sequence leading to a completed systems study by the class)
  • MS&E 277 – Creativity and Innovation (with Bob Sutton)
  • ME 314 – Good Products Bad Products (with Dave Beach)
  • ME 215 – Design Seminar
  • IE 292 – Engineering Management Seminar
     

AREAS OF SUPERVISION OF PH.D. STUDENTS:

  • Remote Control
  • Design
  • Engineering Education
  • Entrepreneurship

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