Join David Dornfeld, a world leader in Mechanical Engineering and innovator in sustainable manufacturing education, as he discusses integrating Sustainable Minds into curriculum. Dornfeld chairs the Mechanical Engineering department and is the Director of the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Sustainability (LMAS) at UC Berkeley. In 2013, he was named to the National Academy of Engineering for his work in manufacturing and sustainability.
Come learn about how this leading university is also leading the way in sustainable manufacturing education. From graduate to professional degree programs, educators at UC Berkeley are using Sustainable Minds to enrich and expand these programs, teaching lifecycle thinking through hands-on experience.
Their stories will demonstrate:
• Using Sustainable Minds in three use cases, with different types of students and curriculum
• Teaching manufacturing using lifecycle thinking
• Using cloud-based LCA software for sustainable manufacturing investigation; real-life technical challenges
University of California Berkeley
Department of Mechanical Engineering
David Dornfeld, Department Chair
Professor & Director, LMAS
Margot Hutchins, Research Engineer
Associate Director, LMAS
Cindy Bayley, Graduate Student
M.S Candidate - Mechanical Engineering, Design
Terry Swack, SM CEO & Moderator
The response in education is a powerful indicator
of the requirement in business.
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