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Graduation Assignment Future Workspaces Pitch

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This is a pitch I made for my graduation assignment. I am conducting this assignment within the project Future Workspaces at the Telematica Instituut in Enschede, The Netherlands.

This is a pitch I made for my graduation assignment. I am conducting this assignment within the project Future Workspaces at the Telematica Instituut in Enschede, The Netherlands.

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  • 1. MSc Graduation Assignment Telematica Instituut - Future Workspaces Steven Haveman BSc Industrial Design Engineering – Track Smart Products University of Twente steven.haveman@telin.nl +31 (0)53 4850329
  • 2. Research Outline • Supporting complex system design for system architects in the Future Workspace (working together across space and time) • Architects who are developing complex systems need information and knowledge overviews • These overviews need to be flexible and easy accesible in order to obtain insights from experts Research Objectives • Research about the design of complex systems and about communication and collaboration, visualizing knowledge and user needs in complex system design • Design of an implementation of a tool that supports complex system design • Evaluation of the impact of this tool using tests • An analysis of the use of the tool and the research in different contexts
  • 3. How can be participated? • Interviews with several employees involved in complex systems design or with similar activities, in order to answer research questions and give insights in complex system design in practice • Participation in small-scale and specific tests (the tests can be follow- up interviews or practical tests) What can be gained? • Insights in using Future Workspace methods to support complex system design • The implemented tool can offer solutions to existing problems or provide insights in how these problems should be solved What is the timeframe? • Interviews are planned in February 2009 • Tests take place in May 2009 • Results are delivered in July 2009