Program

National Academy of Engineering

SECOND ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM ON FRONTIERS OF ENGINEERING

September 19–21, 1996

DESIGN AND RESEARCH

Organizers: David Ashley, Deborah Thurston, Robert Wagoner

Designing Vehicles in Changing Times

Connie L. Gutowski, Ford Motor Company

Development of Performance-Based Seismic Design Procedures

Sharon L. Wood, University of Texas at Austin

Information in the Design Process

Alice M. Agogino, University of California at Berkeley

Product Modularity: A Key Concept in Life-Cycle Design

Kosuke Ishii, Stanford University

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VISUALIZATION FOR DESIGN AND DISPLAY

Organizers: Shira Broschat, Sheri Sheppard

Visualizing Aircraft Aerodynamic Design

Steve Bryson, NASA Ames Research Center

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in Aircraft Design and Manufacturing

David W. Mizell, The Boeing Company

Discussant: Scott Minneman, Xerox Corporation



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