Best Paper-Concurrent Engineering_

Pressemitteilung der Universität Luxemburg

The successful paper was selected among 170 papers and deals with critical instances within concurrent engineering processes in satellite research industries. The jury congratulated Prof. Ziegler’s interdisciplinary team comprising Ju Youn Song and Martin Kracheel, both 2010 graduates from the UL’s Master in Learning and Development in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts and PhD candidate Hubert Moser (Luxspace/UL) for the group’s innovative approach to analyze and assess Concurrent Engineering Processes in the space industries.

The paper marks a crucial step in the successful cooperation between the German Helmholtz Aerospace Center and the laboratory for research on Development Interaction Cognition and Activity (DICA), located within the research unit for Languages, Culture, Media and Identities (LCMI) of the University of Luxembourg. It highlights the impact of interdisciplinary research at the intersection between technology research, media and the learning sciences in diversity contexts.

For more information please contact Prof. Charles Max

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