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Product Innovation ME310 Stanford (Misto)

This Postgraduate Program uses the tools and methodologies of design thinking and aims to provide students with a work experience in interdisciplinary and international teams, working on challenges launched by some of the most important national and international companies and developing new products and innovative services.

The ME310 Porto is a postgraduate program in Product and Service Innovation developed by the School of Media, Arts and Design, under the framework of the Porto Design Factory and Stanford University Global Alliance for Redesign. The program implies 40 hours of work per week and includes various trips, from visits to academic partners to field work, observation and benchmarking in international markets considered essential. In ME310 Porto, student teams work on innovation challenges proposed by the companies during a nine-month period. Through these projects, students undergo an intensive and interactive process of needfinding, brainstorming and rapid prototyping to create and develop new concepts of products and services. The cooperation of companies such as IKEA Industry, SONAE, FORD and SILAMPOS provides a real context for all innovation work. At the end, the teams present proof of concept that include functional prototypes and all the documentation that captures not only the essence of the proposed solution, but also the learning process that resulted in the tested ideas.

 

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Unidade curricular Período ECTS
Me310 Fall Period (1 Of 3): Global Team-based Design Innovation 1 Annual 10.0
Me310 Winter Period (2 Of 3): Global Team-based Design Innovation 2 Annual 20.0
Me310 Mechatronics Orientation Annual 4.0
Me310 Machining And Safety Orientation Annual 1.0
Me310 Team-based Design Orientation Annual 5.0
Me310 Spring Period (3 Of 3): Global Team-based Design Innovation 3 Annual 20.0
  • > Project managers in innovation units;
  • > UX designers;
  • > Product and service developers;
  • > Entrepreneurs.

Students with a higer education degree or equivalent, in the fields of Design, Engineering, Business, Communication, Marketing, Arts, Architecture, Psychology, Sociology, or other suitable fields.

Students must be able and available to travel to US or other partnering countries and get visas where applicable.

Working knowledge of English (written and oral).