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A.A. 2018/19

2018/19

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

The Laboratory is based upon integrated disciplines. The aim is to understand the problems associated with the development of new complex products, designed starting from the skills of professionals in the both traditional and modern digital production systems, thus defining new manufacturing paradigms on a small, local scale. These processes include, for example, the innovations offered by Open Design / Open Hardware and the Internet of Things (IoT), where editable components can be freely used for the production of physically and digitally interconnected objects. The scenario grows therefore in the analysis of the technological and social phenomena, typical of the Makers and Fablab environments, where different skills converge into the development of new production models, the value of which also recovers the skills of the traditional industrial production and craft creation. In this regard, learning objectives consist of teaching new designers with the culture of modular design of the product, through existing territorial competences and the inclusion of new professional figures in the digital production of objects.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

The Laboratory is based upon integrated disciplines. The aim is to understand the problems associated with the development of new complex products, designed starting from the skills of professionals in the both traditional and modern digital production systems, thus defining new manufacturing paradigms on a small, local scale. These processes include, for example, the innovations offered by Open Design / Open Hardware and the Internet of Things (IoT), where editable components can be freely used for the production of physically and digitally interconnected objects. The scenario grows therefore in the analysis of the technological and social phenomena, typical of the Makers and Fablab environments, where different skills converge into the development of new production models, the value of which also recovers the skills of the traditional industrial production and craft creation. In this regard, learning objectives consist of teaching new designers with the culture of modular design of the product, through existing territorial competences and the inclusion of new professional figures in the digital production of objects.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

The Laboratory is based upon integrated disciplines. The aim is to understand the problems associated with the development of new complex products, designed starting from the skills of professionals in the both traditional and modern digital production systems, thus defining new manufacturing paradigms on a small, local scale. These processes include, for example, the innovations offered by Open Design / Open Hardware and the Internet of Things (IoT), where editable components can be freely used for the production of physically and digitally interconnected objects. The scenario grows therefore in the analysis of the technological and social phenomena, typical of the Makers and Fablab environments, where different skills converge into the development of new production models, the value of which also recovers the skills of the traditional industrial production and craft creation. In this regard, learning objectives consist of teaching new designers with the culture of modular design of the product, through existing territorial competences and the inclusion of new professional figures in the digital production of objects.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

The Laboratory is based upon integrated disciplines. The aim is to understand the problems associated with the development of new complex products, designed starting from the skills of professionals in the both traditional and modern digital production systems, thus defining new manufacturing paradigms on a small, local scale. These processes include, for example, the innovations offered by Open Design / Open Hardware and the Internet of Things (IoT), where editable components can be freely used for the production of physically and digitally interconnected objects. The scenario grows therefore in the analysis of the technological and social phenomena, typical of the Makers and Fablab environments, where different skills converge into the development of new production models, the value of which also recovers the skills of the traditional industrial production and craft creation. In this regard, learning objectives consist of teaching new designers with the culture of modular design of the product, through existing territorial competences and the inclusion of new professional figures in the digital production of objects.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

The Laboratory is based upon integrated disciplines. The aim is to understand the problems associated with the development of new complex products, designed starting from the skills of professionals in the both traditional and modern digital production systems, thus defining new manufacturing paradigms on a small, local scale. These processes include, for example, the innovations offered by Open Design / Open Hardware and the Internet of Things (IoT), where editable components can be freely used for the production of physically and digitally interconnected objects. The scenario grows therefore in the analysis of the technological and social phenomena, typical of the Makers and Fablab environments, where different skills converge into the development of new production models, the value of which also recovers the skills of the traditional industrial production and craft creation. In this regard, learning objectives consist of teaching new designers with the culture of modular design of the product, through existing territorial competences and the inclusion of new professional figures in the digital production of objects.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

The Laboratory is based upon integrated disciplines. The aim is to understand the problems associated with the development of new complex products, designed starting from the skills of professionals in the both traditional and modern digital production systems, thus defining new manufacturing paradigms on a small, local scale. These processes include, for example, the innovations offered by Open Design / Open Hardware and the Internet of Things (IoT), where editable components can be freely used for the production of physically and digitally interconnected objects. The scenario grows therefore in the analysis of the technological and social phenomena, typical of the Makers and Fablab environments, where different skills converge into the development of new production models, the value of which also recovers the skills of the traditional industrial production and craft creation. In this regard, learning objectives consist of teaching new designers with the culture of modular design of the product, through existing territorial competences and the inclusion of new professional figures in the digital production of objects.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

The Laboratory is based upon integrated disciplines. The aim is to understand the problems associated with the development of new complex products, designed starting from the skills of professionals in the both traditional and modern digital production systems, thus defining new manufacturing paradigms on a small, local scale. These processes include, for example, the innovations offered by Open Design / Open Hardware and the Internet of Things (IoT), where editable components can be freely used for the production of physically and digitally interconnected objects. The scenario grows therefore in the analysis of the technological and social phenomena, typical of the Makers and Fablab environments, where different skills converge into the development of new production models, the value of which also recovers the skills of the traditional industrial production and craft creation. In this regard, learning objectives consist of teaching new designers with the culture of modular design of the product, through existing territorial competences and the inclusion of new professional figures in the digital production of objects.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

The Laboratory is based upon integrated disciplines. The aim is to understand the problems associated with the development of new complex products, designed starting from the skills of professionals in the both traditional and modern digital production systems, thus defining new manufacturing paradigms on a small, local scale. These processes include, for example, the innovations offered by Open Design / Open Hardware and the Internet of Things (IoT), where editable components can be freely used for the production of physically and digitally interconnected objects. The scenario grows therefore in the analysis of the technological and social phenomena, typical of the Makers and Fablab environments, where different skills converge into the development of new production models, the value of which also recovers the skills of the traditional industrial production and craft creation. In this regard, learning objectives consist of teaching new designers with the culture of modular design of the product, through existing territorial competences and the inclusion of new professional figures in the digital production of objects.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

The learning path involves the development of analytical skills and design skills such as: - launching and developing a methodological system for the development of a complex product, starting from the priority definition of its essential components, coupled with traditional and digital production technologies. - knowledge of the phenomena that constrain the design and production of each existing series product as a complex components system. - the development capability of design research needed to configure a complex product whose morphology is the result of traditional knowledge combined with digital innovation - technical expertise for physically or virtually disassembling a complex product and hence the definition of the essential operating scheme - identifying relationships between existing and new design components, including what is offered on a daily basis by technological innovation, sharing of digital knowledge and new professional and productive activities. - Experience in reconfiguring: - the product, starting from the knowledge of the territory in which it will be used, so that the tools enhance the material culture and integrate into the valorization of the micro / small business system - the relational component system, reaching its final definition with the aim of keeping the object’s final purpose, maintenance work, parts substitutability, end-of-life disposal and the relationship with the context of use and performance - define the objectives, contents and phases of the component system design - developing new economic-productive-distributive models - manage and complete the prototyping phase as a moment of operational testing of the product and process. - communicate with clarity and effectiveness and discuss complex proposals made from traditional and digital communication techniques.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

The learning path involves the development of analytical skills and design skills such as: - launching and developing a methodological system for the development of a complex product, starting from the priority definition of its essential components, coupled with traditional and digital production technologies. - knowledge of the phenomena that constrain the design and production of each existing series product as a complex components system. - the development capability of design research needed to configure a complex product whose morphology is the result of traditional knowledge combined with digital innovation - technical expertise for physically or virtually disassembling a complex product and hence the definition of the essential operating scheme - identifying relationships between existing and new design components, including what is offered on a daily basis by technological innovation, sharing of digital knowledge and new professional and productive activities. - Experience in reconfiguring: - the product, starting from the knowledge of the territory in which it will be used, so that the tools enhance the material culture and integrate into the valorization of the micro / small business system - the relational component system, reaching its final definition with the aim of keeping the object’s final purpose, maintenance work, parts substitutability, end-of-life disposal and the relationship with the context of use and performance - define the objectives, contents and phases of the component system design - developing new economic-productive-distributive models - manage and complete the prototyping phase as a moment of operational testing of the product and process. - communicate with clarity and effectiveness and discuss complex proposals made from traditional and digital communication techniques.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

The learning path involves the development of analytical skills and design skills such as: - launching and developing a methodological system for the development of a complex product, starting from the priority definition of its essential components, coupled with traditional and digital production technologies. - knowledge of the phenomena that constrain the design and production of each existing series product as a complex components system. - the development capability of design research needed to configure a complex product whose morphology is the result of traditional knowledge combined with digital innovation - technical expertise for physically or virtually disassembling a complex product and hence the definition of the essential operating scheme - identifying relationships between existing and new design components, including what is offered on a daily basis by technological innovation, sharing of digital knowledge and new professional and productive activities. - Experience in reconfiguring: - the product, starting from the knowledge of the territory in which it will be used, so that the tools enhance the material culture and integrate into the valorization of the micro / small business system - the relational component system, reaching its final definition with the aim of keeping the object’s final purpose, maintenance work, parts substitutability, end-of-life disposal and the relationship with the context of use and performance - define the objectives, contents and phases of the component system design - developing new economic-productive-distributive models - manage and complete the prototyping phase as a moment of operational testing of the product and process. - communicate with clarity and effectiveness and discuss complex proposals made from traditional and digital communication techniques.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

The learning path involves the development of analytical skills and design skills such as: - launching and developing a methodological system for the development of a complex product, starting from the priority definition of its essential components, coupled with traditional and digital production technologies. - knowledge of the phenomena that constrain the design and production of each existing series product as a complex components system. - the development capability of design research needed to configure a complex product whose morphology is the result of traditional knowledge combined with digital innovation - technical expertise for physically or virtually disassembling a complex product and hence the definition of the essential operating scheme - identifying relationships between existing and new design components, including what is offered on a daily basis by technological innovation, sharing of digital knowledge and new professional and productive activities. - Experience in reconfiguring: - the product, starting from the knowledge of the territory in which it will be used, so that the tools enhance the material culture and integrate into the valorization of the micro / small business system - the relational component system, reaching its final definition with the aim of keeping the object’s final purpose, maintenance work, parts substitutability, end-of-life disposal and the relationship with the context of use and performance - define the objectives, contents and phases of the component system design - developing new economic-productive-distributive models - manage and complete the prototyping phase as a moment of operational testing of the product and process. - communicate with clarity and effectiveness and discuss complex proposals made from traditional and digital communication techniques.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

The learning path involves the development of analytical skills and design skills such as: - launching and developing a methodological system for the development of a complex product, starting from the priority definition of its essential components, coupled with traditional and digital production technologies. - knowledge of the phenomena that constrain the design and production of each existing series product as a complex components system. - the development capability of design research needed to configure a complex product whose morphology is the result of traditional knowledge combined with digital innovation - technical expertise for physically or virtually disassembling a complex product and hence the definition of the essential operating scheme - identifying relationships between existing and new design components, including what is offered on a daily basis by technological innovation, sharing of digital knowledge and new professional and productive activities. - Experience in reconfiguring: - the product, starting from the knowledge of the territory in which it will be used, so that the tools enhance the material culture and integrate into the valorization of the micro / small business system - the relational component system, reaching its final definition with the aim of keeping the object’s final purpose, maintenance work, parts substitutability, end-of-life disposal and the relationship with the context of use and performance - define the objectives, contents and phases of the component system design - developing new economic-productive-distributive models - manage and complete the prototyping phase as a moment of operational testing of the product and process. - communicate with clarity and effectiveness and discuss complex proposals made from traditional and digital communication techniques.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

The learning path involves the development of analytical skills and design skills such as: - launching and developing a methodological system for the development of a complex product, starting from the priority definition of its essential components, coupled with traditional and digital production technologies. - knowledge of the phenomena that constrain the design and production of each existing series product as a complex components system. - the development capability of design research needed to configure a complex product whose morphology is the result of traditional knowledge combined with digital innovation - technical expertise for physically or virtually disassembling a complex product and hence the definition of the essential operating scheme - identifying relationships between existing and new design components, including what is offered on a daily basis by technological innovation, sharing of digital knowledge and new professional and productive activities. - Experience in reconfiguring: - the product, starting from the knowledge of the territory in which it will be used, so that the tools enhance the material culture and integrate into the valorization of the micro / small business system - the relational component system, reaching its final definition with the aim of keeping the object’s final purpose, maintenance work, parts substitutability, end-of-life disposal and the relationship with the context of use and performance - define the objectives, contents and phases of the component system design - developing new economic-productive-distributive models - manage and complete the prototyping phase as a moment of operational testing of the product and process. - communicate with clarity and effectiveness and discuss complex proposals made from traditional and digital communication techniques.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

The learning path involves the development of analytical skills and design skills such as: - launching and developing a methodological system for the development of a complex product, starting from the priority definition of its essential components, coupled with traditional and digital production technologies. - knowledge of the phenomena that constrain the design and production of each existing series product as a complex components system. - the development capability of design research needed to configure a complex product whose morphology is the result of traditional knowledge combined with digital innovation - technical expertise for physically or virtually disassembling a complex product and hence the definition of the essential operating scheme - identifying relationships between existing and new design components, including what is offered on a daily basis by technological innovation, sharing of digital knowledge and new professional and productive activities. - Experience in reconfiguring: - the product, starting from the knowledge of the territory in which it will be used, so that the tools enhance the material culture and integrate into the valorization of the micro / small business system - the relational component system, reaching its final definition with the aim of keeping the object’s final purpose, maintenance work, parts substitutability, end-of-life disposal and the relationship with the context of use and performance - define the objectives, contents and phases of the component system design - developing new economic-productive-distributive models - manage and complete the prototyping phase as a moment of operational testing of the product and process. - communicate with clarity and effectiveness and discuss complex proposals made from traditional and digital communication techniques.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

The learning path involves the development of analytical skills and design skills such as: - launching and developing a methodological system for the development of a complex product, starting from the priority definition of its essential components, coupled with traditional and digital production technologies. - knowledge of the phenomena that constrain the design and production of each existing series product as a complex components system. - the development capability of design research needed to configure a complex product whose morphology is the result of traditional knowledge combined with digital innovation - technical expertise for physically or virtually disassembling a complex product and hence the definition of the essential operating scheme - identifying relationships between existing and new design components, including what is offered on a daily basis by technological innovation, sharing of digital knowledge and new professional and productive activities. - Experience in reconfiguring: - the product, starting from the knowledge of the territory in which it will be used, so that the tools enhance the material culture and integrate into the valorization of the micro / small business system - the relational component system, reaching its final definition with the aim of keeping the object’s final purpose, maintenance work, parts substitutability, end-of-life disposal and the relationship with the context of use and performance - define the objectives, contents and phases of the component system design - developing new economic-productive-distributive models - manage and complete the prototyping phase as a moment of operational testing of the product and process. - communicate with clarity and effectiveness and discuss complex proposals made from traditional and digital communication techniques.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

Consolidated knowledge in the field of design, production technologies, analog and digital representation techniques (from 2d drawing to 3d animated rendering) for the development of an industrial product. Since the laboratory will be entirely in English, the reference bibliography will be mainly in English: therefore, it is essential to have an excellent level of knowledge of the language, both spoken and written.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

Consolidated knowledge in the field of design, production technologies, analog and digital representation techniques (from 2d drawing to 3d animated rendering) for the development of an industrial product. Since the laboratory will be entirely in English, the reference bibliography will be mainly in English: therefore, it is essential to have an excellent level of knowledge of the language, both spoken and written.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

Consolidated knowledge in the field of design, production technologies, analog and digital representation techniques (from 2d drawing to 3d animated rendering) for the development of an industrial product. Since the laboratory will be entirely in English, the reference bibliography will be mainly in English: therefore, it is essential to have an excellent level of knowledge of the language, both spoken and written.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

Consolidated knowledge in the field of design, production technologies, analog and digital representation techniques (from 2d drawing to 3d animated rendering) for the development of an industrial product. Since the laboratory will be entirely in English, the reference bibliography will be mainly in English: therefore, it is essential to have an excellent level of knowledge of the language, both spoken and written.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

Consolidated knowledge in the field of design, production technologies, analog and digital representation techniques (from 2d drawing to 3d animated rendering) for the development of an industrial product. Since the laboratory will be entirely in English, the reference bibliography will be mainly in English: therefore, it is essential to have an excellent level of knowledge of the language, both spoken and written.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

Consolidated knowledge in the field of design, production technologies, analog and digital representation techniques (from 2d drawing to 3d animated rendering) for the development of an industrial product. Since the laboratory will be entirely in English, the reference bibliography will be mainly in English: therefore, it is essential to have an excellent level of knowledge of the language, both spoken and written.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

Consolidated knowledge in the field of design, production technologies, analog and digital representation techniques (from 2d drawing to 3d animated rendering) for the development of an industrial product. Since the laboratory will be entirely in English, the reference bibliography will be mainly in English: therefore, it is essential to have an excellent level of knowledge of the language, both spoken and written.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

Consolidated knowledge in the field of design, production technologies, analog and digital representation techniques (from 2d drawing to 3d animated rendering) for the development of an industrial product. Since the laboratory will be entirely in English, the reference bibliography will be mainly in English: therefore, it is essential to have an excellent level of knowledge of the language, both spoken and written.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

The work of the laboratory is focused on the design of an industrial product, starting with the analysis of the components and considering the culture of the persona that will use it and the territorial, cultural and social environment in which the product will be produced and used. The activity is developed by groups of students (minimum 3, maximum 5 students per group). By analyzing a product / project, students will identify the objects components and they will understand the technical characteristics, the relationships that bind them, the material and energy flows and make them work together. Each group is required to individually analyze what is discussed in classroom and within the group itself, so that they can share a common critical vision on the subject. The final goal of the lab is to design a product, define a concept and to prototype it, through the new processes and methodologies offered by Open Design, micro-production and technological support of the new Digital Manufacturing processes, through the technical support of companies and territorial Fablabs. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course coordinates the laboratory activities, provides theoretical lessons on design methodology, accompanies students in the analysis of industrial products, reads the opportunities and constraints of the local, cultural and social relationship with the subjects for whom the projects are developed. It creates the conditions to develop design concepts and verifies its productive feasibility, craft or industrial. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN (6 CFU, 60 hours) Provides the basic elements for the functional definition and preliminary dimensioning of the mechanical, thermal and mechatronic components of the industrial product, focusing on functional relationships. Provide the skills needed to evaluate the effect of mechanical and thermal properties of materials for preliminary design of components and foreseeable performance estimates based on the main dimensional and morphological parameters. Finally, it provides basic skills in mechatronic components that allow product and / or component interaction with the outside world and with users, with particular attention to open source sensor and drive devices typically used in non-compliant industrial environments. Finally, the course deals with the basic elements for the development of networked objects, with particular reference to the IoT and the interfaces between man and machine. The topics covered are: - Basic kinematics, dynamics and motion transmissions, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Basic concepts of thermodynamics and energy, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Product Control and Interfacing Devices: Open Source Control Cards, Sensors, Types of Drive. Interfacing man machine. Internet of the Things (IoT) - 8 hours - Practical application for project development - 36 hours At the end of the module, the student will be able to - define the functional layout of a product composed of several components - to qualitatively define and quantitatively evaluate the exchange of matter, energy and information between them - to estimate the size, mass and specific needs of the individual components, depending on the intended application - to effectively interact with engineers specializing in the design of individual components. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES (6 CFU, 60 hours) The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: – Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) – Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) – Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course is aimed to analyze the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long time duration especially in modern and contemporary age. It seeks to deepen relationships that intersect between objects to trivial appearance - artifacts of architecture, decorative arts or industrial design - and the mentalities, practices, or social behaviors that these objects have produced, influenced, and modified. Through lessons, readings, filmography and analysis of iconography, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpreting anonymous and common objects which, by virtue of their daily use, have been able to influence the lives of men and women through a history sometimes strikingly long.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

The work of the laboratory is focused on the design of an industrial product, starting with the analysis of the components and considering the culture of the persona that will use it and the territorial, cultural and social environment in which the product will be produced and used. The activity is developed by groups of students (minimum 3, maximum 5 students per group). By analyzing a product / project, students will identify the objects components and they will understand the technical characteristics, the relationships that bind them, the material and energy flows and make them work together. Each group is required to individually analyze what is discussed in classroom and within the group itself, so that they can share a common critical vision on the subject. The final goal of the lab is to design product, define a concept and to prototype it, through the new processes and methodologies offered by Open Design, micro-production and technological support of the new Digital Manufacturing processes, through the technical support of companies and territorial Fablabs. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course coordinates the laboratory activities, provides theoretical lessons on design methodology, accompanies students in the analysis of industrial products, reads the opportunities and constraints of the local, cultural and social relationship with the subjects for whom the projects are developed. It create the conditions to develop design concepts and verifies its productive feasibility, craft or industrial. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN (6 CFU, 60 hours) Provides the basic elements for the functional definition and preliminary dimensioning of the mechanical, thermal and mechatronic components of the industrial product, focusing on functional relationships. Provide the skills needed to evaluate the effect of mechanical and thermal properties of materials for preliminary design of components and foreseeable performance estimates based on the main dimensional and morphological parameters. Finally, it provides basic skills in mechatronic components that allow product and / or component interaction with the outside world and with users, with particular attention to open source sensor and drive devices typically used in non-compliant industrial environments. Finally, the course deals with the basic elements for the development of networked objects, with particular reference to the IoT and the interfaces between man and machine. The topics covered are: - Basic kinematics, dynamics and motion transmissions, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Basic concepts of thermodynamics and energy, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Product Control and Interfacing Devices: Open Source Control Cards, Sensors, Types of Drive. Interfacing man machine. Internet of the Things (IoT) - 8 hours - Practical application for project development - 36 hours At the end of the module, the student will be able to - define the functional layout of a product composed of several components - to qualitatively define and quantitatively evaluate the exchange of matter, energy and information between them - to estimate the size, mass and specific needs of the individual components, depending on the intended application - to effectively interact with engineers specializing in the design of individual components. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES (6 CFU, 60 hours) The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: – Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) – Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) – Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course is aimed to analyze the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long time duration especially in modern and contemporary age. It seeks to deepen relationships that intersect between objects to trivial appearance - artifacts of architecture, decorative arts or industrial design - and the mentalities, practices, or social behaviors that these objects have produced, influenced, and modified. Through lessons, readings, filmography and analysis of iconography, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpreting anonymous and common objects which, by virtue of their daily use, have been able to influence the lives of men and women through a history sometimes strikingly long.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

The work of the laboratory is focused on the design of an industrial product, starting with the analysis of the components and considering the culture of the persona that will use it and the territorial, cultural and social environment in which the product will be produced and used. The activity is developed by groups of students (minimum 3, maximum 5 students per group). By analyzing a product / project, students will identify the objects components and they will understand the technical characteristics, the relationships that bind them, the material and energy flows and make them work together. Each group is required to individually analyze what is discussed in classroom and within the group itself, so that they can share a common critical vision on the subject. The final goal of the lab is to design product, define a concept and to prototype it, through the new processes and methodologies offered by Open Design, micro-production and technological support of the new Digital Manufacturing processes, through the technical support of companies and territorial Fablabs. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course coordinates the laboratory activities, provides theoretical lessons on design methodology, accompanies students in the analysis of industrial products, reads the opportunities and constraints of the local, cultural and social relationship with the subjects for whom the projects are developed. It create the conditions to develop design concepts and verifies its productive feasibility, craft or industrial. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN (6 CFU, 60 hours) Provides the basic elements for the functional definition and preliminary dimensioning of the mechanical, thermal and mechatronic components of the industrial product, focusing on functional relationships. Provide the skills needed to evaluate the effect of mechanical and thermal properties of materials for preliminary design of components and foreseeable performance estimates based on the main dimensional and morphological parameters. Finally, it provides basic skills in mechatronic components that allow product and / or component interaction with the outside world and with users, with particular attention to open source sensor and drive devices typically used in non-compliant industrial environments. Finally, the course deals with the basic elements for the development of networked objects, with particular reference to the IoT and the interfaces between man and machine. The topics covered are: - Basic kinematics, dynamics and motion transmissions, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Basic concepts of thermodynamics and energy, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Product Control and Interfacing Devices: Open Source Control Cards, Sensors, Types of Drive. Interfacing man machine. Internet of the Things (IoT) - 8 hours - Practical application for project development - 36 hours At the end of the module, the student will be able to - define the functional layout of a product composed of several components - to qualitatively define and quantitatively evaluate the exchange of matter, energy and information between them - to estimate the size, mass and specific needs of the individual components, depending on the intended application - to effectively interact with engineers specializing in the design of individual components. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES (6 CFU, 60 hours) The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: – Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) – Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) – Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course is aimed to analyze the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long time duration especially in modern and contemporary age. It seeks to deepen relationships that intersect between objects to trivial appearance - artifacts of architecture, decorative arts or industrial design - and the mentalities, practices, or social behaviors that these objects have produced, influenced, and modified. Through lessons, readings, filmography and analysis of iconography, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpreting anonymous and common objects which, by virtue of their daily use, have been able to influence the lives of men and women through a history sometimes strikingly long.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

The work of the laboratory is focused on the design of an industrial product, starting with the analysis of the components and considering the culture of the persona that will use it and the territorial, cultural and social environment in which the product will be produced and used. The activity is developed by groups of students (minimum 3, maximum 5 students per group). By analyzing a product / project, students will identify the objects components and they will understand the technical characteristics, the relationships that bind them, the material and energy flows and make them work together. Each group is required to individually analyze what is discussed in classroom and within the group itself, so that they can share a common critical vision on the subject. The final goal of the lab is to design product, define a concept and to prototype it, through the new processes and methodologies offered by Open Design, micro-production and technological support of the new Digital Manufacturing processes, through the technical support of companies and territorial Fablabs. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course coordinates the laboratory activities, provides theoretical lessons on design methodology, accompanies students in the analysis of industrial products, reads the opportunities and constraints of the local, cultural and social relationship with the subjects for whom the projects are developed. It create the conditions to develop design concepts and verifies its productive feasibility, craft or industrial. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN (6 CFU, 60 hours) Provides the basic elements for the functional definition and preliminary dimensioning of the mechanical, thermal and mechatronic components of the industrial product, focusing on functional relationships. Provide the skills needed to evaluate the effect of mechanical and thermal properties of materials for preliminary design of components and foreseeable performance estimates based on the main dimensional and morphological parameters. Finally, it provides basic skills in mechatronic components that allow product and / or component interaction with the outside world and with users, with particular attention to open source sensor and drive devices typically used in non-compliant industrial environments. Finally, the course deals with the basic elements for the development of networked objects, with particular reference to the IoT and the interfaces between man and machine. The topics covered are: - Basic kinematics, dynamics and motion transmissions, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Basic concepts of thermodynamics and energy, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Product Control and Interfacing Devices: Open Source Control Cards, Sensors, Types of Drive. Interfacing man machine. Internet of the Things (IoT) - 8 hours - Practical application for project development - 36 hours At the end of the module, the student will be able to - define the functional layout of a product composed of several components - to qualitatively define and quantitatively evaluate the exchange of matter, energy and information between them - to estimate the size, mass and specific needs of the individual components, depending on the intended application - to effectively interact with engineers specializing in the design of individual components. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES (6 CFU, 60 hours) The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: – Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) – Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) – Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course is aimed to analyze the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long time duration especially in modern and contemporary age. It seeks to deepen relationships that intersect between objects to trivial appearance - artifacts of architecture, decorative arts or industrial design - and the mentalities, practices, or social behaviors that these objects have produced, influenced, and modified. Through lessons, readings, filmography and analysis of iconography, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpreting anonymous and common objects which, by virtue of their daily use, have been able to influence the lives of men and women through a history sometimes strikingly long.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

The work of the laboratory is focused on the design of an industrial product, starting with the analysis of the components and considering the culture of the persona that will use it and the territorial, cultural and social environment in which the product will be produced and used. The activity is developed by groups of students (minimum 3, maximum 5 students per group). By analyzing a product / project, students will identify the objects components and they will understand the technical characteristics, the relationships that bind them, the material and energy flows and make them work together. Each group is required to individually analyze what is discussed in classroom and within the group itself, so that they can share a common critical vision on the subject. The final goal of the lab is to design a product, define a concept and to prototype it, through the new processes and methodologies offered by Open Design, micro-production and technological support of the new Digital Manufacturing processes, through the technical support of companies and territorial Fablabs. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course coordinates the laboratory activities, provides theoretical lessons on design methodology, accompanies students in the analysis of industrial products, reads the opportunities and constraints of the local, cultural and social relationship with the subjects for whom the projects are developed. It creates the conditions to develop design concepts and verifies its productive feasibility, craft or industrial. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN (6 CFU, 60 hours) Provides the basic elements for the functional definition and preliminary dimensioning of the mechanical, thermal and mechatronic components of the industrial product, focusing on functional relationships. Provide the skills needed to evaluate the effect of mechanical and thermal properties of materials for preliminary design of components and foreseeable performance estimates based on the main dimensional and morphological parameters. Finally, it provides basic skills in mechatronic components that allow product and / or component interaction with the outside world and with users, with particular attention to open source sensor and drive devices typically used in non-compliant industrial environments. Finally, the course deals with the basic elements for the development of networked objects, with particular reference to the IoT and the interfaces between man and machine. The topics covered are: - Basic kinematics, dynamics and motion transmissions, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Basic concepts of thermodynamics and energy, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Product Control and Interfacing Devices: Open Source Control Cards, Sensors, Types of Drive. Interfacing man machine. Internet of the Things (IoT) - 8 hours - Practical application for project development - 36 hours At the end of the module, the student will be able to - define the functional layout of a product composed of several components - to qualitatively define and quantitatively evaluate the exchange of matter, energy and information between them - to estimate the size, mass and specific needs of the individual components, depending on the intended application - to effectively interact with engineers specializing in the design of individual components. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES (6 CFU, 60 hours) The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: – Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) – Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) – Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course is aimed to analyze the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long time duration especially in modern and contemporary age. It seeks to deepen relationships that intersect between objects to trivial appearance - artifacts of architecture, decorative arts or industrial design - and the mentalities, practices, or social behaviors that these objects have produced, influenced, and modified. Through lessons, readings, filmography and analysis of iconography, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpreting anonymous and common objects which, by virtue of their daily use, have been able to influence the lives of men and women through a history sometimes strikingly long.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

The work of the laboratory is focused on the design of an industrial product, starting with the analysis of the components and considering the culture of the persona that will use it and the territorial, cultural and social environment in which the product will be produced and used. The activity is developed by groups of students (minimum 3, maximum 5 students per group). By analyzing a product / project, students will identify the objects components and they will understand the technical characteristics, the relationships that bind them, the material and energy flows and make them work together. Each group is required to individually analyze what is discussed in classroom and within the group itself, so that they can share a common critical vision on the subject. The final goal of the lab is to design product, define a concept and to prototype it, through the new processes and methodologies offered by Open Design, micro-production and technological support of the new Digital Manufacturing processes, through the technical support of companies and territorial Fablabs. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course coordinates the laboratory activities, provides theoretical lessons on design methodology, accompanies students in the analysis of industrial products, reads the opportunities and constraints of the local, cultural and social relationship with the subjects for whom the projects are developed. It create the conditions to develop design concepts and verifies its productive feasibility, craft or industrial. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN (6 CFU, 60 hours) Provides the basic elements for the functional definition and preliminary dimensioning of the mechanical, thermal and mechatronic components of the industrial product, focusing on functional relationships. Provide the skills needed to evaluate the effect of mechanical and thermal properties of materials for preliminary design of components and foreseeable performance estimates based on the main dimensional and morphological parameters. Finally, it provides basic skills in mechatronic components that allow product and / or component interaction with the outside world and with users, with particular attention to open source sensor and drive devices typically used in non-compliant industrial environments. Finally, the course deals with the basic elements for the development of networked objects, with particular reference to the IoT and the interfaces between man and machine. The topics covered are: - Basic kinematics, dynamics and motion transmissions, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Basic concepts of thermodynamics and energy, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Product Control and Interfacing Devices: Open Source Control Cards, Sensors, Types of Drive. Interfacing man machine. Internet of the Things (IoT) - 8 hours - Practical application for project development - 36 hours At the end of the module, the student will be able to - define the functional layout of a product composed of several components - to qualitatively define and quantitatively evaluate the exchange of matter, energy and information between them - to estimate the size, mass and specific needs of the individual components, depending on the intended application - to effectively interact with engineers specializing in the design of individual components. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES (6 CFU, 60 hours) The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: – Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) – Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) – Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course is aimed to analyze the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long time duration especially in modern and contemporary age. It seeks to deepen relationships that intersect between objects to trivial appearance - artifacts of architecture, decorative arts or industrial design - and the mentalities, practices, or social behaviors that these objects have produced, influenced, and modified. Through lessons, readings, filmography and analysis of iconography, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpreting anonymous and common objects which, by virtue of their daily use, have been able to influence the lives of men and women through a history sometimes strikingly long.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

The work of the laboratory is focused on the design of an industrial product, starting with the analysis of the components and considering the culture of the persona that will use it and the territorial, cultural and social environment in which the product will be produced and used. The activity is developed by groups of students (minimum 3, maximum 5 students per group). By analyzing a product / project, students will identify the objects components and they will understand the technical characteristics, the relationships that bind them, the material and energy flows and make them work together. Each group is required to individually analyze what is discussed in classroom and within the group itself, so that they can share a common critical vision on the subject. The final goal of the lab is to design product, define a concept and to prototype it, through the new processes and methodologies offered by Open Design, micro-production and technological support of the new Digital Manufacturing processes, through the technical support of companies and territorial Fablabs. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course coordinates the laboratory activities, provides theoretical lessons on design methodology, accompanies students in the analysis of industrial products, reads the opportunities and constraints of the local, cultural and social relationship with the subjects for whom the projects are developed. It create the conditions to develop design concepts and verifies its productive feasibility, craft or industrial. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN (6 CFU, 60 hours) Provides the basic elements for the functional definition and preliminary dimensioning of the mechanical, thermal and mechatronic components of the industrial product, focusing on functional relationships. Provide the skills needed to evaluate the effect of mechanical and thermal properties of materials for preliminary design of components and foreseeable performance estimates based on the main dimensional and morphological parameters. Finally, it provides basic skills in mechatronic components that allow product and / or component interaction with the outside world and with users, with particular attention to open source sensor and drive devices typically used in non-compliant industrial environments. Finally, the course deals with the basic elements for the development of networked objects, with particular reference to the IoT and the interfaces between man and machine. The topics covered are: - Basic kinematics, dynamics and motion transmissions, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Basic concepts of thermodynamics and energy, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Product Control and Interfacing Devices: Open Source Control Cards, Sensors, Types of Drive. Interfacing man machine. Internet of the Things (IoT) - 8 hours - Practical application for project development - 36 hours At the end of the module, the student will be able to - define the functional layout of a product composed of several components - to qualitatively define and quantitatively evaluate the exchange of matter, energy and information between them - to estimate the size, mass and specific needs of the individual components, depending on the intended application - to effectively interact with engineers specializing in the design of individual components. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES (6 CFU, 60 hours) The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: – Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) – Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) – Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course is aimed to analyze the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long time duration especially in modern and contemporary age. It seeks to deepen relationships that intersect between objects to trivial appearance - artifacts of architecture, decorative arts or industrial design - and the mentalities, practices, or social behaviors that these objects have produced, influenced, and modified. Through lessons, readings, filmography and analysis of iconography, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpreting anonymous and common objects which, by virtue of their daily use, have been able to influence the lives of men and women through a history sometimes strikingly long.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

The work of the laboratory is focused on the design of an industrial product, starting with the analysis of the components and considering the culture of the persona that will use it and the territorial, cultural and social environment in which the product will be produced and used. The activity is developed by groups of students (minimum 3, maximum 5 students per group). By analyzing a product / project, students will identify the objects components and they will understand the technical characteristics, the relationships that bind them, the material and energy flows and make them work together. Each group is required to individually analyze what is discussed in classroom and within the group itself, so that they can share a common critical vision on the subject. The final goal of the lab is to design product, define a concept and to prototype it, through the new processes and methodologies offered by Open Design, micro-production and technological support of the new Digital Manufacturing processes, through the technical support of companies and territorial Fablabs. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course coordinates the laboratory activities, provides theoretical lessons on design methodology, accompanies students in the analysis of industrial products, reads the opportunities and constraints of the local, cultural and social relationship with the subjects for whom the projects are developed. It create the conditions to develop design concepts and verifies its productive feasibility, craft or industrial. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN (6 CFU, 60 hours) Provides the basic elements for the functional definition and preliminary dimensioning of the mechanical, thermal and mechatronic components of the industrial product, focusing on functional relationships. Provide the skills needed to evaluate the effect of mechanical and thermal properties of materials for preliminary design of components and foreseeable performance estimates based on the main dimensional and morphological parameters. Finally, it provides basic skills in mechatronic components that allow product and / or component interaction with the outside world and with users, with particular attention to open source sensor and drive devices typically used in non-compliant industrial environments. Finally, the course deals with the basic elements for the development of networked objects, with particular reference to the IoT and the interfaces between man and machine. The topics covered are: - Basic kinematics, dynamics and motion transmissions, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Basic concepts of thermodynamics and energy, measurement of relative physical quantities and sample case analysis - 8 hours - Product Control and Interfacing Devices: Open Source Control Cards, Sensors, Types of Drive. Interfacing man machine. Internet of the Things (IoT) - 8 hours - Practical application for project development - 36 hours At the end of the module, the student will be able to - define the functional layout of a product composed of several components - to qualitatively define and quantitatively evaluate the exchange of matter, energy and information between them - to estimate the size, mass and specific needs of the individual components, depending on the intended application - to effectively interact with engineers specializing in the design of individual components. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES (6 CFU, 60 hours) The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: – Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) – Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) – Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE (6 CFU, 60 hours) The course is aimed to analyze the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long time duration especially in modern and contemporary age. It seeks to deepen relationships that intersect between objects to trivial appearance - artifacts of architecture, decorative arts or industrial design - and the mentalities, practices, or social behaviors that these objects have produced, influenced, and modified. Through lessons, readings, filmography and analysis of iconography, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpreting anonymous and common objects which, by virtue of their daily use, have been able to influence the lives of men and women through a history sometimes strikingly long.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The Laboratory requires a constant frequency even in view of the final judgment that will be expressed with only one exam. The activities that make up the Laboratory and will be proposed by the professors who hold the various contributions, have different ways of carrying out and include practical lessons and practical analysis, design, verification, and classroom exercises with professors. The ability to present clarity and effectiveness and discuss the developed products is considered to be a major element of the training that the Laboratory seeks to give to students, being an indispensable component in the conciliation and negotiation processes that accompany the definition and production of complex objects. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The course is organized on a set of 6 traditional classes during which the basic of mechanics, mechatronics, thermodynamics and material sciences will be discussed. In the following all students will be asked to develop a project, and lesson will consist in a continuous support to the development of the projects. Support will be provided both with individual/small group consultancy and with general discussion of topics of relevant interest for all the class. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: - Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) - Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) - Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The section is dedicated to the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long duration especially in the modern and contemporary age. It aims to deepen the relationships between apparently banal objects - architectures, decorative arts or industrial design objects - and the mentalities, practices or social behaviours that these objects have produced, influenced and modified. Through lectures, readings, visions of films, analysis of iconographies, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpretation of anonymous objects and everyday use that, by virtue of their daily use, have managed to affect the lives of men and women on sometimes extremely wide chronologies.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The Laboratory requires a constant frequency even in view of the final judgment that will be expressed with only one exam. The activities that make up the Laboratory and will be proposed by the professors who hold the various contributions, have different ways of carrying out and include practical lessons and practical analysis, design, verification, and classroom exercises with professors. The ability to present clarity and effectiveness and discuss the developed products is considered to be a major element of the training that the Laboratory seeks to give to students, being an indispensable component in the conciliation and negotiation processes that accompany the definition and production of complex objects. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The course is organized on a set of 6 traditional classes during which the basic of mechanics, mechatronics, thermodynamics and material sciences will be discussed. In the following all students will be asked to develop a project, and lesson will consist in a continuous support to the development of the projects. Support will be provided both with individual/small group consultancy and with general discussion of topics of relevant interest for all the class. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: - Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) - Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) - Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The section is dedicated to the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long duration especially in the modern and contemporary age. It aims to deepen the relationships between apparently banal objects - architectures, decorative arts or industrial design objects - and the mentalities, practices or social behaviours that these objects have produced, influenced and modified. Through lectures, readings, visions of films, analysis of iconographies, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpretation of anonymous objects and everyday use that, by virtue of their daily use, have managed to affect the lives of men and women on sometimes extremely wide chronologies.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: - Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) - Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) - Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The Laboratory requires a constant frequency even in view of the final judgment that will be expressed with only one exam. The activities that make up the Laboratory and will be proposed by the professors who hold the various contributions, have different ways of carrying out and include practical lessons and practical analysis, design, verification, and classroom exercises with professors. The ability to present clarity and effectiveness and discuss the developed products is considered to be a major element of the training that the Laboratory seeks to give to students, being an indispensable component in the conciliation and negotiation processes that accompany the definition and production of complex objects. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The course is organized on a set of 6 traditional classes during which the basic of mechanics, mechatronics, thermodynamics and material sciences will be discussed. In the following all students will be asked to develop a project, and lesson will consist in a continuous support to the development of the projects. Support will be provided both with individual/small group consultancy and with general discussion of topics of relevant interest for all the class. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: - Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) - Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) - Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The section is dedicated to the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long duration especially in the modern and contemporary age. It aims to deepen the relationships between apparently banal objects - architectures, decorative arts or industrial design objects - and the mentalities, practices or social behaviours that these objects have produced, influenced and modified. Through lectures, readings, visions of films, analysis of iconographies, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpretation of anonymous objects and everyday use that, by virtue of their daily use, have managed to affect the lives of men and women on sometimes extremely wide chronologies.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The Laboratory requires a constant frequency even in view of the final judgment that will be expressed with only one exam. The activities that make up the Laboratory and will be proposed by the professors who hold the various contributions, have different ways of carrying out and include practical lessons and practical analysis, design, verification, and classroom exercises with professors. The ability to present clarity and effectiveness and discuss the developed products is considered to be a major element of the training that the Laboratory seeks to give to students, being an indispensable component in the conciliation and negotiation processes that accompany the definition and production of complex objects. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The course is organized on a set of 6 traditional classes during which the basic of mechanics, mechatronics, thermodynamics and material sciences will be discussed. In the following all students will be asked to develop a project, and lesson will consist in a continuous support to the development of the projects. Support will be provided both with individual/small group consultancy and with general discussion of topics of relevant interest for all the class. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: - Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) - Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) - Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The section is dedicated to the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long duration especially in the modern and contemporary age. It aims to deepen the relationships between apparently banal objects - architectures, decorative arts or industrial design objects - and the mentalities, practices or social behaviours that these objects have produced, influenced and modified. Through lectures, readings, visions of films, analysis of iconographies, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpretation of anonymous objects and everyday use that, by virtue of their daily use, have managed to affect the lives of men and women on sometimes extremely wide chronologies.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The Laboratory requires a constant frequency even in view of the final judgment that will be expressed with only one exam. The activities that make up the Laboratory and will be proposed by the professors who hold the various contributions, have different ways of carrying out and include practical lessons and practical analysis, design, verification, and classroom exercises with professors. The ability to present clarity and effectiveness and discuss the developed products is considered to be a major element of the training that the Laboratory seeks to give to students, being an indispensable component in the conciliation and negotiation processes that accompany the definition and production of complex objects. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The course is organized on a set of 6 traditional classes during which the basic of mechanics, mechatronics, thermodynamics and material sciences will be discussed. In the following all students will be asked to develop a project, and lesson will consist in a continuous support to the development of the projects. Support will be provided both with individual/small group consultancy and with general discussion of topics of relevant interest for all the class. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: - Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) - Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) - Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The section is dedicated to the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long duration especially in the modern and contemporary age. It aims to deepen the relationships between apparently banal objects - architectures, decorative arts or industrial design objects - and the mentalities, practices or social behaviours that these objects have produced, influenced and modified. Through lectures, readings, visions of films, analysis of iconographies, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpretation of anonymous objects and everyday use that, by virtue of their daily use, have managed to affect the lives of men and women on sometimes extremely wide chronologies.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: - Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) - Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) - Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS (6 CFU, 60 hours) The Laboratory requires a constant frequency even in view of the final judgment that will be expressed with only one exam. The activities that make up the Laboratory and will be proposed by the professors who hold the various contributions, have different ways of carrying out and include practical lessons and practical analysis, design, verification, and classroom exercises with professors. The ability to present clarity and effectiveness and discuss the developed products is considered to be a major element of the training that the Laboratory seeks to give to students, being an indispensable component in the conciliation and negotiation processes that accompany the definition and production of complex objects. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The course is organized on a set of 6 traditional classes during which the basic of mechanics, mechatronics, thermodynamics and material sciences will be discussed. In the following all students will be asked to develop a project, and lesson will consist in a continuous support to the development of the projects. Support will be provided both with individual/small group consultancy and with general discussion of topics of relevant interest for all the class. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The module provides basic knowledge of the transformation processes used in additive manufacturing and micro-production, of the raw materials used and of the end of life of the products considered. It also illustrates the fundamental concepts of energy sustainability applied to micro-production processes. In particular, the following topics are covered: - Analysis of primary and secondary raw materials and their physicochemical properties according to the different transformations implemented in the logic of local scale production models (18 h) - Regenerative recovery of waste products/raw materials, waste selection processes, recovery technologies for used materials (eg batteries, computers, appliances, etc.), recovery of material and energy content from solid waste (metals, wood, glass, paper, plastic) (6 h) - Evaluation of the sustainability and environmental impact aspects in the design of the products considered (36 h) At the end of the module, the student will be able to identify the transformation process and the most suitable and sustainable raw materials for the design of complex products in the framework of micro-production approaches. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The section is dedicated to the history of material culture, as a phenomenon of long duration especially in the modern and contemporary age. It aims to deepen the relationships between apparently banal objects - architectures, decorative arts or industrial design objects - and the mentalities, practices or social behaviours that these objects have produced, influenced and modified. Through lectures, readings, visions of films, analysis of iconographies, the course aims to stimulate the research paradigms of reading and interpretation of anonymous objects and everyday use that, by virtue of their daily use, have managed to affect the lives of men and women on sometimes extremely wide chronologies.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

Summary of the topics discussed, copy of the material used during lessons and documents useful for organizing group activities are commonly distributed to students, from time to time. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS – L. Bistagnino, Il Guscio Esterno visto dall'Interno, CEA Milano 2008, italiano/inglese – Germak (a cura di), Uomo al centro del progetto, Allemandi, Torino 2009, italiano/inglese – Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams, Wikinomics. La Collaborazione Di Massa Che Sta Cambiando Il Mondo, Bur, 2010 – Chris Anderson, MAKERS, Crown Business, 2012 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The slides used during the classes are shared with the students. The main bibliography consists of the following contributions (books in Italian and English are alternative, not complementary) • W.G. Mclean, Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Engineering Mechanics, Statics McGraw Hill Education, 2010 • M. Potter, C.W. Somerson, Schaum’s Outline of Thermodynamics for Engineers, McGraw Hill Education, 2013 • C. Ferraresi, T. Raparelli, Meccanica Applicata, CLUT, 2007 • V. Giaretto, Lezioni di termodinamica applicata e trasmissione del calore, CLUT, 2015 PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The slides employed during lectures will be available for the students. The reference books are the following: - Ian Gibson, David Rosen, Brent Stucker, “Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing”, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, 2015 - Michael F. Ashby, Kara Johnson, “Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design”, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013 - Joseph Fiksel, “Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: Eco-Efficient Product Development”, McGraw-Hill, 2009 - Helen Lewis, John Gertsakis, Tim Grant, Nicola Morelli, Andrew Sweatman, “Design + Environment: A Global Guide to Designing Greener Goods”, Routledge, 2001 HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The main text for attending lessons, and producing exercises and individual work is: – Pat KIRKHAM, Susan WEBER (eds.), «History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400-2000», New York – New Haven – London: Bard Graduate Center – Yale University Press, 2013. More important references are: – Fernand BRAUDEL, «Civilization and Capitalism: 15th – 18th Century», vol. I: «The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible», Berkeley – Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992, pp. 23-29, pp. 183-209, pp. 266-311. – Adrian FORTY, «Objects of Desire: Design and Society since 1750», London – New York: Thames & Hudson, 1986. – Anne GERRITSEN, Giorgio RIELLO (eds.), «Writing Material Culture History», London – New York: Bloomsbury, 2015, pp. 1-13, pp. 17-31, pp.111-133. – Sigfried GIEDION, «Mechanization Takes Command: A Contribution to Anonymous History», Minneapolis – London: University of Minnesota Press, 2013, pp. 2-11, pp. 511-627, pp. 628-712. – Karen HARVEY (ed.), «History and Material Culture: A Student’s Guide to Approaching Alternative Sources», New York – London: Routledge, 2009.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

Summary of the topics discussed, copy of the material used during lessons and documents useful for organizing group activities are commonly distributed to students, from time to time. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS – L. Bistagnino, Il Guscio Esterno visto dall'Interno, CEA Milano 2008, italiano/inglese – Germak (a cura di), Uomo al centro del progetto, Allemandi, Torino 2009, italiano/inglese – Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams, Wikinomics. La Collaborazione Di Massa Che Sta Cambiando Il Mondo, Bur, 2010 – Chris Anderson, MAKERS, Crown Business, 2012 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The slides used during the classes are shared with the students. The main bibliography consists of the following contributions (books in Italian and English are alternative, not complementary) • W.G. Mclean, Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Engineering Mechanics, Statics McGraw Hill Education, 2010 • M. Potter, C.W. Somerson, Schaum’s Outline of Thermodynamics for Engineers, McGraw Hill Education, 2013 • C. Ferraresi, T. Raparelli, Meccanica Applicata, CLUT, 2007 • V. Giaretto, Lezioni di termodinamica applicata e trasmissione del calore, CLUT, 2015 PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The slides employed during lectures will be available for the students. The reference books are the following: - Ian Gibson, David Rosen, Brent Stucker, “Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing”, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, 2015 - Michael F. Ashby, Kara Johnson, “Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design”, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013 - Joseph Fiksel, “Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: Eco-Efficient Product Development”, McGraw-Hill, 2009 - Helen Lewis, John Gertsakis, Tim Grant, Nicola Morelli, Andrew Sweatman, “Design + Environment: A Global Guide to Designing Greener Goods”, Routledge, 2001 HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The main text for attending lessons, and producing exercises and individual work is: – Pat KIRKHAM, Susan WEBER (eds.), «History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400-2000», New York – New Haven – London: Bard Graduate Center – Yale University Press, 2013. More important references are: – Fernand BRAUDEL, «Civilization and Capitalism: 15th – 18th Century», vol. I: «The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible», Berkeley – Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992, pp. 23-29, pp. 183-209, pp. 266-311. – Adrian FORTY, «Objects of Desire: Design and Society since 1750», London – New York: Thames & Hudson, 1986. – Anne GERRITSEN, Giorgio RIELLO (eds.), «Writing Material Culture History», London – New York: Bloomsbury, 2015, pp. 1-13, pp. 17-31, pp.111-133. – Sigfried GIEDION, «Mechanization Takes Command: A Contribution to Anonymous History», Minneapolis – London: University of Minnesota Press, 2013, pp. 2-11, pp. 511-627, pp. 628-712. – Karen HARVEY (ed.), «History and Material Culture: A Student’s Guide to Approaching Alternative Sources», New York – London: Routledge, 2009.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

– Ian Gibson, David Rosen, Brent Stucker, Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, 2015 – Michael F. Ashby, Kara Johnson, Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013 – Joseph Fiksel, Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: Eco-Efficient Product Development, McGraw-Hill, 2009 – Helen Lewis, John Gertsakis, Tim Grant, Nicola Morelli, Andrew Sweatman, Design + Environment: A Global Guide to Designing Greener Goods, Routledge, 2001

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

Summary of the topics discussed, copy of the material used during lessons and documents useful for organizing group activities are commonly distributed to students, from time to time. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS – L. Bistagnino, Il Guscio Esterno visto dall'Interno, CEA Milano 2008, italiano/inglese – Germak (a cura di), Uomo al centro del progetto, Allemandi, Torino 2009, italiano/inglese – Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams, Wikinomics. La Collaborazione Di Massa Che Sta Cambiando Il Mondo, Bur, 2010 – Chris Anderson, MAKERS, Crown Business, 2012 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The slides used during the classes are shared with the students. The main bibliography consists of the following contributions (books in Italian and English are alternative, not complementary) • W.G. Mclean, Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Engineering Mechanics, Statics McGraw Hill Education, 2010 • M. Potter, C.W. Somerson, Schaum’s Outline of Thermodynamics for Engineers, McGraw Hill Education, 2013 • C. Ferraresi, T. Raparelli, Meccanica Applicata, CLUT, 2007 • V. Giaretto, Lezioni di termodinamica applicata e trasmissione del calore, CLUT, 2015 PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The slides employed during lectures will be available for the students. The reference books are the following: - Ian Gibson, David Rosen, Brent Stucker, “Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing”, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, 2015 - Michael F. Ashby, Kara Johnson, “Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design”, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013 - Joseph Fiksel, “Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: Eco-Efficient Product Development”, McGraw-Hill, 2009 - Helen Lewis, John Gertsakis, Tim Grant, Nicola Morelli, Andrew Sweatman, “Design + Environment: A Global Guide to Designing Greener Goods”, Routledge, 2001 HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The main text for attending lessons, and producing exercises and individual work is: – Pat KIRKHAM, Susan WEBER (eds.), «History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400-2000», New York – New Haven – London: Bard Graduate Center – Yale University Press, 2013. More important references are: – Fernand BRAUDEL, «Civilization and Capitalism: 15th – 18th Century», vol. I: «The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible», Berkeley – Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992, pp. 23-29, pp. 183-209, pp. 266-311. – Adrian FORTY, «Objects of Desire: Design and Society since 1750», London – New York: Thames & Hudson, 1986. – Anne GERRITSEN, Giorgio RIELLO (eds.), «Writing Material Culture History», London – New York: Bloomsbury, 2015, pp. 1-13, pp. 17-31, pp.111-133. – Sigfried GIEDION, «Mechanization Takes Command: A Contribution to Anonymous History», Minneapolis – London: University of Minnesota Press, 2013, pp. 2-11, pp. 511-627, pp. 628-712. – Karen HARVEY (ed.), «History and Material Culture: A Student’s Guide to Approaching Alternative Sources», New York – London: Routledge, 2009.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

Summary of the topics discussed, copy of the material used during lessons and documents useful for organizing group activities are commonly distributed to students, from time to time. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS – L. Bistagnino, Il Guscio Esterno visto dall'Interno, CEA Milano 2008, italiano/inglese – Germak (a cura di), Uomo al centro del progetto, Allemandi, Torino 2009, italiano/inglese – Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams, Wikinomics. La Collaborazione Di Massa Che Sta Cambiando Il Mondo, Bur, 2010 – Chris Anderson, MAKERS, Crown Business, 2012 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The slides used during the classes are shared with the students. The main bibliography consists of the following contributions (books in Italian and English are alternative, not complementary) • W.G. Mclean, Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Engineering Mechanics, Statics McGraw Hill Education, 2010 • M. Potter, C.W. Somerson, Schaum’s Outline of Thermodynamics for Engineers, McGraw Hill Education, 2013 • C. Ferraresi, T. Raparelli, Meccanica Applicata, CLUT, 2007 • V. Giaretto, Lezioni di termodinamica applicata e trasmissione del calore, CLUT, 2015 PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The slides employed during lectures will be available for the students. The reference books are the following: - Ian Gibson, David Rosen, Brent Stucker, “Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing”, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, 2015 - Michael F. Ashby, Kara Johnson, “Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design”, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013 - Joseph Fiksel, “Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: Eco-Efficient Product Development”, McGraw-Hill, 2009 - Helen Lewis, John Gertsakis, Tim Grant, Nicola Morelli, Andrew Sweatman, “Design + Environment: A Global Guide to Designing Greener Goods”, Routledge, 2001 HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The main text for attending lessons, and producing exercises and individual work is: – Pat KIRKHAM, Susan WEBER (eds.), «History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400-2000», New York – New Haven – London: Bard Graduate Center – Yale University Press, 2013. More important references are: – Fernand BRAUDEL, «Civilization and Capitalism: 15th – 18th Century», vol. I: «The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible», Berkeley – Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992, pp. 23-29, pp. 183-209, pp. 266-311. – Adrian FORTY, «Objects of Desire: Design and Society since 1750», London – New York: Thames & Hudson, 1986. – Anne GERRITSEN, Giorgio RIELLO (eds.), «Writing Material Culture History», London – New York: Bloomsbury, 2015, pp. 1-13, pp. 17-31, pp.111-133. – Sigfried GIEDION, «Mechanization Takes Command: A Contribution to Anonymous History», Minneapolis – London: University of Minnesota Press, 2013, pp. 2-11, pp. 511-627, pp. 628-712. – Karen HARVEY (ed.), «History and Material Culture: A Student’s Guide to Approaching Alternative Sources», New York – London: Routledge, 2009.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

Summary of the topics discussed, copy of the material used during lessons and documents useful for organizing group activities are commonly distributed to students, from time to time. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS – L. Bistagnino, Il Guscio Esterno visto dall'Interno, CEA Milano 2008, italiano/inglese – Germak (a cura di), Uomo al centro del progetto, Allemandi, Torino 2009, italiano/inglese – Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams, Wikinomics. La Collaborazione Di Massa Che Sta Cambiando Il Mondo, Bur, 2010 – Chris Anderson, MAKERS, Crown Business, 2012 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The slides used during the classes are shared with the students. The main bibliography consists of the following contributions (books in Italian and English are alternative, not complementary) • W.G. Mclean, Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Engineering Mechanics, Statics McGraw Hill Education, 2010 • M. Potter, C.W. Somerson, Schaum’s Outline of Thermodynamics for Engineers, McGraw Hill Education, 2013 • C. Ferraresi, T. Raparelli, Meccanica Applicata, CLUT, 2007 • V. Giaretto, Lezioni di termodinamica applicata e trasmissione del calore, CLUT, 2015 PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The slides employed during lectures will be available for the students. The reference books are the following: - Ian Gibson, David Rosen, Brent Stucker, “Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing”, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, 2015 - Michael F. Ashby, Kara Johnson, “Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design”, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013 - Joseph Fiksel, “Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: Eco-Efficient Product Development”, McGraw-Hill, 2009 - Helen Lewis, John Gertsakis, Tim Grant, Nicola Morelli, Andrew Sweatman, “Design + Environment: A Global Guide to Designing Greener Goods”, Routledge, 2001 HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The main text for attending lessons, and producing exercises and individual work is: – Pat KIRKHAM, Susan WEBER (eds.), «History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400-2000», New York – New Haven – London: Bard Graduate Center – Yale University Press, 2013. More important references are: – Fernand BRAUDEL, «Civilization and Capitalism: 15th – 18th Century», vol. I: «The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible», Berkeley – Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992, pp. 23-29, pp. 183-209, pp. 266-311. – Adrian FORTY, «Objects of Desire: Design and Society since 1750», London – New York: Thames & Hudson, 1986. – Anne GERRITSEN, Giorgio RIELLO (eds.), «Writing Material Culture History», London – New York: Bloomsbury, 2015, pp. 1-13, pp. 17-31, pp.111-133. – Sigfried GIEDION, «Mechanization Takes Command: A Contribution to Anonymous History», Minneapolis – London: University of Minnesota Press, 2013, pp. 2-11, pp. 511-627, pp. 628-712. – Karen HARVEY (ed.), «History and Material Culture: A Student’s Guide to Approaching Alternative Sources», New York – London: Routledge, 2009.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

– Ian Gibson, David Rosen, Brent Stucker, Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, 2015 – Michael F. Ashby, Kara Johnson, Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013 – Joseph Fiksel, Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: Eco-Efficient Product Development, McGraw-Hill, 2009 – Helen Lewis, John Gertsakis, Tim Grant, Nicola Morelli, Andrew Sweatman, Design + Environment: A Global Guide to Designing Greener Goods, Routledge, 2001

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

Summary of the topics discussed, copy of the material used during lessons and documents useful for organizing group activities are commonly distributed to students, from time to time. DESIGN BY COMPONENTS – L. Bistagnino, Il Guscio Esterno visto dall'Interno, CEA Milano 2008, italiano/inglese – Germak (a cura di), Uomo al centro del progetto, Allemandi, Torino 2009, italiano/inglese – Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams, Wikinomics. La Collaborazione Di Massa Che Sta Cambiando Il Mondo, Bur, 2010 – Chris Anderson, MAKERS, Crown Business, 2012 MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN The slides used during the classes are shared with the students. The main bibliography consists of the following contributions (books in Italian and English are alternative, not complementary) • W.G. Mclean, Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Engineering Mechanics, Statics McGraw Hill Education, 2010 • M. Potter, C.W. Somerson, Schaum’s Outline of Thermodynamics for Engineers, McGraw Hill Education, 2013 • C. Ferraresi, T. Raparelli, Meccanica Applicata, CLUT, 2007 • V. Giaretto, Lezioni di termodinamica applicata e trasmissione del calore, CLUT, 2015 PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The slides employed during lectures will be available for the students. The reference books are the following: - Ian Gibson, David Rosen, Brent Stucker, “Additive Manufacturing Technologies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing”, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, 2015 - Michael F. Ashby, Kara Johnson, “Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design”, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013 - Joseph Fiksel, “Design for Environment, Second Edition: A Guide to Sustainable Product Development: Eco-Efficient Product Development”, McGraw-Hill, 2009 - Helen Lewis, John Gertsakis, Tim Grant, Nicola Morelli, Andrew Sweatman, “Design + Environment: A Global Guide to Designing Greener Goods”, Routledge, 2001 HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The main text for attending lessons, and producing exercises and individual work is: – Pat KIRKHAM, Susan WEBER (eds.), «History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400-2000», New York – New Haven – London: Bard Graduate Center – Yale University Press, 2013. More important references are: – Fernand BRAUDEL, «Civilization and Capitalism: 15th – 18th Century», vol. I: «The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible», Berkeley – Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992, pp. 23-29, pp. 183-209, pp. 266-311. – Adrian FORTY, «Objects of Desire: Design and Society since 1750», London – New York: Thames & Hudson, 1986. – Anne GERRITSEN, Giorgio RIELLO (eds.), «Writing Material Culture History», London – New York: Bloomsbury, 2015, pp. 1-13, pp. 17-31, pp.111-133. – Sigfried GIEDION, «Mechanization Takes Command: A Contribution to Anonymous History», Minneapolis – London: University of Minnesota Press, 2013, pp. 2-11, pp. 511-627, pp. 628-712. – Karen HARVEY (ed.), «History and Material Culture: A Student’s Guide to Approaching Alternative Sources», New York – London: Routledge, 2009.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

Modalità di esame: prova scritta; prova orale obbligatoria; elaborato grafico prodotto in gruppo; elaborato scritto individuale; elaborato scritto prodotto in gruppo; progetto di gruppo;

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

Modalità di esame: prova scritta; prova orale obbligatoria; elaborato grafico prodotto in gruppo; elaborato scritto individuale; elaborato scritto prodotto in gruppo; progetto di gruppo;

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

Modalità di esame: prova scritta; prova orale obbligatoria; elaborato grafico prodotto in gruppo; elaborato scritto individuale; elaborato scritto prodotto in gruppo; progetto di gruppo;

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

Modalità di esame: prova scritta; prova orale obbligatoria; elaborato grafico prodotto in gruppo; elaborato scritto individuale; elaborato scritto prodotto in gruppo; progetto di gruppo;

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS The activities carried out will be monitored through possible interim evaluations, both in mono-disciplinary and seminary, i.e. with the participation of all disciplines. These mid-term evaluations, if done, will contribute to the final judgment based on the presentation and discussion of the final papers (writings and drawings) evaluated by the lecturers at the joint oral exam session. Laboratory activities are carried out by students organized in groups, but the judgment for each student will be an individual (single vote) judgment that will consider the possible mono-disciplinary and seminar-based intermediate (written, oral, graphic) evaluations, the evaluation of the presentation and discussion of final work and the individual participation in such work and at moments of collective presentation. The single final grade of the lab is determined by the average of the evaluations in the individual disciplines. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN Students will be divided up in small groups of 2 - 3 people which will develop a project. The evaluation about the module of "Material and components for design" will consider the capability of understanding the technical issues of the project, the feasibility of the solution proposed to the technical problems which must be faced in its development and the analysis of the possible alternative solution. Each student will be asked to describe its own contribution to the project and to discuss the possible technical solutions and the reasons of the technical choices, with reference to the topics described during the classes. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The exam aims at verifying the learning of the knowledge acquired during the lectures related to the topics described above. The evaluation will consist in a written multiple-choice test with 30 questions. Each correct answer will be worth a point, and the wrong answer will not imply penalties. During the examination will not be allowed to keep and consult notebooks, books or any other supporting material. The mark will be expressed in thirtieths and the exam will be considered passed with a minimum mark of 18/30. The mark will be averaged with the evaluations of the other disciplines of the laboratory and with the collegial evaluation of the laboratory activities carried out in the groups. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The final examination will consist of two parts: - the submission of a written, individual homework, on a case-study shared with the teacher from the beginning of the course - a written, individual in-class test, consisting of two questions with open answers, on the lessons and the bibliography of the course.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS The activities carried out will be monitored through possible interim evaluations, both in mono-disciplinary and seminary, i.e. with the participation of all disciplines. These mid-term evaluations, if done, will contribute to the final judgment based on the presentation and discussion of the final papers (writings and drawings) evaluated by the lecturers at the joint oral exam session. Laboratory activities are carried out by students organized in groups, but the judgment for each student will be an individual (single vote) judgment that will consider the possible mono-disciplinary and seminar-based intermediate (written, oral, graphic) evaluations, the evaluation of the presentation and discussion of final work and the individual participation in such work and at moments of collective presentation. The single final grade of the lab is determined by the average of the evaluations in the individual disciplines. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN Students will be divided up in small groups of 2 - 3 people which will develop a project. The evaluation about the module of "Material and components for design" will consider the capability of understanding the technical issues of the project, the feasibility of the solution proposed to the technical problems which must be faced in its development and the analysis of the possible alternative solution. Each student will be asked to describe its own contribution to the project and to discuss the possible technical solutions and the reasons of the technical choices, with reference to the topics described during the classes. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The exam aims at verifying the learning of the knowledge acquired during the lectures related to the topics described above. The evaluation will consist in a written multiple-choice test with 30 questions. Each correct answer will be worth a point, and the wrong answer will not imply penalties. During the examination will not be allowed to keep and consult notebooks, books or any other supporting material. The mark will be expressed in thirtieths and the exam will be considered passed with a minimum mark of 18/30. The mark will be averaged with the evaluations of the other disciplines of the laboratory and with the collegial evaluation of the laboratory activities carried out in the groups. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The final examination will consist of two parts: - the submission of a written, individual homework, on a case-study shared with the teacher from the beginning of the course - a written, individual in-class test, consisting of two questions with open answers, on the lessons and the bibliography of the course.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS The activities carried out will be monitored through possible interim evaluations, both in mono-disciplinary and seminary, i.e. with the participation of all disciplines. These mid-term evaluations, if done, will contribute to the final judgment based on the presentation and discussion of the final papers (writings and drawings) evaluated by the lecturers at the joint oral exam session. Laboratory activities are carried out by students organized in groups, but the judgment for each student will be an individual (single vote) judgment that will consider the possible mono-disciplinary and seminar-based intermediate (written, oral, graphic) evaluations, the evaluation of the presentation and discussion of final work and the individual participation in such work and at moments of collective presentation. The single final grade of the lab is determined by the average of the evaluations in the individual disciplines. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN Students will be divided up in small groups of 2 - 3 people which will develop a project. The evaluation about the module of "Material and components for design" will consider the capability of understanding the technical issues of the project, the feasibility of the solution proposed to the technical problems which must be faced in its development and the analysis of the possible alternative solution. Each student will be asked to describe its own contribution to the project and to discuss the possible technical solutions and the reasons of the technical choices, with reference to the topics described during the classes. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The exam aims at verifying the learning of the knowledge acquired during the lectures related to the topics described above. The evaluation will consist in a written multiple-choice test with 30 questions. Each correct answer will be worth a point, and the wrong answer will not imply penalties. During the examination will not be allowed to keep and consult notebooks, books or any other supporting material. The mark will be expressed in thirtieths and the exam will be considered passed with a minimum mark of 18/30. The mark will be averaged with the evaluations of the other disciplines of the laboratory and with the collegial evaluation of the laboratory activities carried out in the groups. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The final examination will consist of two parts: - the submission of a written, individual homework, on a case-study shared with the teacher from the beginning of the course - a written, individual in-class test, consisting of two questions with open answers, on the lessons and the bibliography of the course.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS The activities carried out will be monitored through possible interim evaluations, both in mono-disciplinary and seminary, i.e. with the participation of all disciplines. These mid-term evaluations, if done, will contribute to the final judgment based on the presentation and discussion of the final papers (writings and drawings) evaluated by the lecturers at the joint oral exam session. Laboratory activities are carried out by students organized in groups, but the judgment for each student will be an individual (single vote) judgment that will consider the possible mono-disciplinary and seminar-based intermediate (written, oral, graphic) evaluations, the evaluation of the presentation and discussion of final work and the individual participation in such work and at moments of collective presentation. The single final grade of the lab is determined by the average of the evaluations in the individual disciplines. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN Students will be divided up in small groups of 2 - 3 people which will develop a project. The evaluation about the module of "Material and components for design" will consider the capability of understanding the technical issues of the project, the feasibility of the solution proposed to the technical problems which must be faced in its development and the analysis of the possible alternative solution. Each student will be asked to describe its own contribution to the project and to discuss the possible technical solutions and the reasons of the technical choices, with reference to the topics described during the classes. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The exam aims at verifying the learning of the knowledge acquired during the lectures related to the topics described above. The evaluation will consist in a written multiple-choice test with 30 questions. Each correct answer will be worth a point, and the wrong answer will not imply penalties. During the examination will not be allowed to keep and consult notebooks, books or any other supporting material. The mark will be expressed in thirtieths and the exam will be considered passed with a minimum mark of 18/30. The mark will be averaged with the evaluations of the other disciplines of the laboratory and with the collegial evaluation of the laboratory activities carried out in the groups. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The final examination will consist of two parts: - the submission of a written, individual homework, on a case-study shared with the teacher from the beginning of the course - a written, individual in-class test, consisting of two questions with open answers, on the lessons and the bibliography of the course.

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

Exam: written test; compulsory oral exam; group graphic design project; individual essay; group essay; group project;

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

Exam: written test; compulsory oral exam; group graphic design project; individual essay; group essay; group project;

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

Exam: written test; compulsory oral exam; group graphic design project; individual essay; group essay; group project;

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

Exam: written test; compulsory oral exam; group graphic design project; individual essay; group essay; group project;

Componenti del prodotto (Design per componenti)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS The activities carried out will be monitored through possible interim evaluations, both in mono-disciplinary and seminary, i.e. with the participation of all disciplines. These mid-term evaluations, if done, will contribute to the final judgment based on the presentation and discussion of the final papers (writings and drawings) evaluated by the lecturers at the joint oral exam session. Laboratory activities are carried out by students organized in groups, but the judgment for each student will be an individual (single vote) judgment that will consider the possible mono-disciplinary and seminar-based intermediate (written, oral, graphic) evaluations, the evaluation of the presentation and discussion of final work and the individual participation in such work and at moments of collective presentation. The single final grade of the lab is determined by the average of the evaluations in the individual disciplines. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN Students will be divided up in small groups of 2 - 3 people which will develop a project. The evaluation about the module of "Material and components for design" will consider the capability of understanding the technical issues of the project, the feasibility of the solution proposed to the technical problems which must be faced in its development and the analysis of the possible alternative solution. Each student will be asked to describe its own contribution to the project and to discuss the possible technical solutions and the reasons of the technical choices, with reference to the topics described during the classes. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The exam aims at verifying the learning of the knowledge acquired during the lectures related to the topics described above. The evaluation will consist in a written multiple-choice test with 30 questions. Each correct answer will be worth a point, and the wrong answer will not imply penalties. During the examination will not be allowed to keep and consult notebooks, books or any other supporting material. The mark will be expressed in thirtieths and the exam will be considered passed with a minimum mark of 18/30. The mark will be averaged with the evaluations of the other disciplines of the laboratory and with the collegial evaluation of the laboratory activities carried out in the groups. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The final examination will consist of two parts: - the submission of a written, individual homework, on a case-study shared with the teacher from the beginning of the course - a written, individual in-class test, consisting of two questions with open answers, on the lessons and the bibliography of the course.

Componenti del prodotto (Materiali e componenti per il design)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS The activities carried out will be monitored through possible interim evaluations, both in mono-disciplinary and seminary, i.e. with the participation of all disciplines. These mid-term evaluations, if done, will contribute to the final judgment based on the presentation and discussion of the final papers (writings and drawings) evaluated by the lecturers at the joint oral exam session. Laboratory activities are carried out by students organized in groups, but the judgment for each student will be an individual (single vote) judgment that will consider the possible mono-disciplinary and seminar-based intermediate (written, oral, graphic) evaluations, the evaluation of the presentation and discussion of final work and the individual participation in such work and at moments of collective presentation. The single final grade of the lab is determined by the average of the evaluations in the individual disciplines. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN Students will be divided up in small groups of 2 - 3 people which will develop a project. The evaluation about the module of "Material and components for design" will consider the capability of understanding the technical issues of the project, the feasibility of the solution proposed to the technical problems which must be faced in its development and the analysis of the possible alternative solution. Each student will be asked to describe its own contribution to the project and to discuss the possible technical solutions and the reasons of the technical choices, with reference to the topics described during the classes. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The exam aims at verifying the learning of the knowledge acquired during the lectures related to the topics described above. The evaluation will consist in a written multiple-choice test with 30 questions. Each correct answer will be worth a point, and the wrong answer will not imply penalties. During the examination will not be allowed to keep and consult notebooks, books or any other supporting material. The mark will be expressed in thirtieths and the exam will be considered passed with a minimum mark of 18/30. The mark will be averaged with the evaluations of the other disciplines of the laboratory and with the collegial evaluation of the laboratory activities carried out in the groups. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The final examination will consist of two parts: - the submission of a written, individual homework, on a case-study shared with the teacher from the beginning of the course - a written, individual in-class test, consisting of two questions with open answers, on the lessons and the bibliography of the course.

Componenti del prodotto (Processi chimici di produzione)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS The activities carried out will be monitored through possible interim evaluations, both in mono-disciplinary and seminary, i.e. with the participation of all disciplines. These mid-term evaluations, if done, will contribute to the final judgment based on the presentation and discussion of the final papers (writings and drawings) evaluated by the lecturers at the joint oral exam session. Laboratory activities are carried out by students organized in groups, but the judgment for each student will be an individual (single vote) judgment that will consider the possible mono-disciplinary and seminar-based intermediate (written, oral, graphic) evaluations, the evaluation of the presentation and discussion of final work and the individual participation in such work and at moments of collective presentation. The single final grade of the lab is determined by the average of the evaluations in the individual disciplines. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN Students will be divided up in small groups of 2 - 3 people which will develop a project. The evaluation about the module of "Material and components for design" will consider the capability of understanding the technical issues of the project, the feasibility of the solution proposed to the technical problems which must be faced in its development and the analysis of the possible alternative solution. Each student will be asked to describe its own contribution to the project and to discuss the possible technical solutions and the reasons of the technical choices, with reference to the topics described during the classes. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The exam aims at verifying the learning of the knowledge acquired during the lectures related to the topics described above. The evaluation will consist in a written multiple-choice test with 30 questions. Each correct answer will be worth a point, and the wrong answer will not imply penalties. During the examination will not be allowed to keep and consult notebooks, books or any other supporting material. The mark will be expressed in thirtieths and the exam will be considered passed with a minimum mark of 18/30. The mark will be averaged with the evaluations of the other disciplines of the laboratory and with the collegial evaluation of the laboratory activities carried out in the groups. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The final examination will consist of two parts: - the submission of a written, individual homework, on a case-study shared with the teacher from the beginning of the course - a written, individual in-class test, consisting of two questions with open answers, on the lessons and the bibliography of the course.

Componenti del prodotto (Storia della cultura materiale)

DESIGN BY COMPONENTS The activities carried out will be monitored through possible interim evaluations, both in mono-disciplinary and seminary, i.e. with the participation of all disciplines. These mid-term evaluations, if done, will contribute to the final judgment based on the presentation and discussion of the final papers (writings and drawings) evaluated by the lecturers at the joint oral exam session. Laboratory activities are carried out by students organized in groups, but the judgment for each student will be an individual (single vote) judgment that will consider the possible mono-disciplinary and seminar-based intermediate (written, oral, graphic) evaluations, the evaluation of the presentation and discussion of final work and the individual participation in such work and at moments of collective presentation. The single final grade of the lab is determined by the average of the evaluations in the individual disciplines. MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE DESIGN Students will be divided up in small groups of 2 - 3 people which will develop a project. The evaluation about the module of "Material and components for design" will consider the capability of understanding the technical issues of the project, the feasibility of the solution proposed to the technical problems which must be faced in its development and the analysis of the possible alternative solution. Each student will be asked to describe its own contribution to the project and to discuss the possible technical solutions and the reasons of the technical choices, with reference to the topics described during the classes. PRODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSES The exam aims at verifying the learning of the knowledge acquired during the lectures related to the topics described above. The evaluation will consist in a written multiple-choice test with 30 questions. Each correct answer will be worth a point, and the wrong answer will not imply penalties. During the examination will not be allowed to keep and consult notebooks, books or any other supporting material. The mark will be expressed in thirtieths and the exam will be considered passed with a minimum mark of 18/30. The mark will be averaged with the evaluations of the other disciplines of the laboratory and with the collegial evaluation of the laboratory activities carried out in the groups. HISTORY OF MATERIAL CULTURE The final examination will consist of two parts: - the submission of a written, individual homework, on a case-study shared with the teacher from the beginning of the course - a written, individual in-class test, consisting of two questions with open answers, on the lessons and the bibliography of the course.



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