The Design methodology of Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Currently, Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU) has more than 25000 students in 95 specialties and areas of training. For almost two centuries of development, scientific schools were formed in it, serious scientific and technical tasks were solved. Engineering education developed in close connection with the formation and modernization of leading industries. Today, students and graduates of the university need to acquire innovative technical and technological and skills, not only in classical engineering areas such as robotics, biomedical engineering, special engineering, but also knowledge on the organization of modern production, intellectual property protection, design methodology and industrial products.
Keywordsdesign methodology engineering education industrial design digital economy additive technologies prototyping engineer
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The authors thank the rector of Moscow State Technical University for the opportunity to realize his creative projects, invited practicing industrial designers Smirnov A., Saakyan S. for creative workshops, the company Aquarius for the opportunity to make prototypes of a number of design solutions.
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