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Requirement handling in medical equipment design

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Requirements (or constraints, needs, corner flags, frames, limitations, rules, properties, functions, specifications, guidelines, boundaries, parameters etc.) are acknowledged to be an important element in design processes, but while several writers are mentioning this in their work seemingly little is done to look closer at how to handle requirements in engineering design. This talk discusses the nature of requirements in engineering design through a case study performed at Danish Coloplast A/S, and the role requirements can play in different phases of an engineering design process and as a communicative tool between different professions.

About the speaker:

Balder Onarheim works as Researcher and PhD Fellow at Copenhagen Business School in the EU FP 7 initial training network “DESIRE – CREATIVE DESIGN for INNOVATION in SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY ”. His educational background is Industrial design with minors in psychology, management and entrepreneurship. The PhD project is focusing on constraints and requirements in engineering design, investigating how learnings from the requirement engineering literature can be applied to design of medical devices.

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