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Automotive Design

Automotive is the domain of ‘self propelled, motorised vehicles’. Hence, although the car is dominant, the scope is much wider. And because Automotive Design is always considered in its mobility context, it widens even further.

The automotive industry is one of the most complex ones, in terms of structure (value chain, co-operations) and size (economical, politics). Its products are equally complex because they involve a vast range of materials, technologies, dynamics, aesthetics and human behavioural aspects. Automotive products are quantitatively and qualitatively linked to our position in society. Therefore, knowledge and experience, acquired in this domain, are applicable in all fields of design.

The minor Automotive Design is autonomous and provides a broad insight in Automotive Design and mobility. The minor is a valuable contribution to bachelor programs, and preparation for master programs, in mobility, Automotive Design and automotive engineering.

For whom
The minor is aimed at academic students from the designing and engineering faculties. In order to participate, students must have acquired at least 80 EC in their bachelor. Students must have some design experience as may be expected from their respective expertises and bachelor program. They must also have an interest in mobility issues and be academically curious.

IDE students who apply for this minor should hand in a portfolio (hard copy in room 32C-590, IDE building) and written motivation before May 31, 2016.

Results of the minor Automotive Design

Students present their designs in teams, on poster and video. Here you can view the results of the previous years:

Minor Automotive Design 2016 - playlist


Minor Automotive Design 2015 - playlist


Minor Automotive Design 2014 - playlist

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