Held at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney on Saturday the 24th of September, 2005.
The presentations were held to coincide with the Weir Warman Competition National final. Papers were presented by lecturers in Design at Australian Universities as well as by NCED Committee members.
Design Forum Presentations
Dr Warren Smith, UNSW @ ADFA "Project Design and Course Design - Views of the National Co-ordinator"
A/Prof Bruce Field, Monash University - Clayton "They Love it When They See Something Fail!"
Dr Ruza Ostrogonac - UWA "Everything Looks Good on Paper"
Prof John Price, Monash University - Caulfield "The End of the Pencil, The End of Mathematics?"
Mr Cliff Green, Geng Pty Ltd "Simple Design is Good Design"
Mr Doug Jones, Weir Warman Ltd "Intellectual Property and University Courses"
Dr Ningsheng Feng & A/Prof Alex Churches, UNSW "Experience with the Weir Warman Competition at UNSW"
Prof Allan Wightley, Weir Warman Ltd & UTS "Starting From Scratch: What Should be in an Engineering Design Course"
Mr Chris Snook, USQ "Warman by Remote Control?"
A/Prof Bruce Field, Monash University - Clayton "Integrating Manufacturing Methods with Design Methodology"
Mr Paul van de Loo, Applidyne Pty Ltd "After technology development, what next?"
Dr Jong-Leng Liow, James Cook University "Teaching Sustainability and Life-Cycle Analysis in a 3rd Year Course"
Dr Bill Daniel, University of Queensland "The Role of Standards in Design Education"