Please join us Tuesday for the final installment of the Spring Berkeley Institute of Design Weekly Seminar. This week, we will be having a Pecha Kucha (20 slides x 20 seconds) event, featuring 4 speakers from EECS, Education, Health, and ME.
5/13/2014, 12pm - 1pm
Berkeley Institute of Design (BiD) Lab 354/360 HMMB (directions)
BiD lunch seminars are sponsored by Yahoo!
For those of you who can't, we're planning to continue archiving our talks on our YouTube channel, which you can find here.
Physically Correct Rendering of Pacioli's Rhombicuboctahedron
Carlo H. Sequin, Professor of EECS and Raymond Shiau
A polyhedral object made from glass plates and half-filled with water appears in a painting of Pacioli (1495). It looks beautiful, but is physically incorrect. We study what a correct rendering would look like.
Engineering Learning: Cross-Community Design, Development, and Implementation of Engineering Design Challenges at a Science Center
Jennifer Wang, PhD in Engineering Education (SESAME)
How can we design for authentic engineering learning in tinkering/maker spaces, and how do learners engage in engineering design in these spaces?
Biofeedback system to develop creativity
Victor Villalobos, PhD candidate Health, B.S. Sc Psychology
Biofeedback systems, cognitive and psychodynamic techniques can help to develop creativity in others and ourselves.
Sustainability of 3D printing
Jeremy Faludi, PhD candidate ME
Is 3D printing a green technology, and if so, what is or isn't green about it?