18 March 2016

Product Design & Development Management Module 23-27 March 2016

Product  Design & Development  Management
Dr. Mairi Mcinytre, The University of  Warwick - Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG)
23th  – 27th  March 2016 Yıldız Technical University, Beşiktaş Campus
‘‘Industrial R&D and Technology Management Postgraduate Programme’’ and ‘‘MSc in Engineering Business Management’’ are offered by The University of Warwick in association with Yıldız Technical University and Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM). The program will give the participants access to the unique expertise of WMG, together with the opportunity to achieve a postgraduate qualification from The University of Warwick, internationally renowned and one of the top universities in the UK.
Modules will be delivered in English by the tutors of WMG of University of Warwick on YTU's main campus located in Besiktas, Istanbul, Turkey. A module consists of 40 hours over 5 days of direct tuition usually delivered in an intensive, full-immersion block followed by 60 hours self-study leading to the completion of an industrial based “Post Module Assignment (PMA)”
Participants successfully completing modules may carry the credit from those modules forward into MSc. (9 modules and a work related dissertation required)
*Product  Design & Develoment  Management module will be delivered by Dr. Mairi Mcintyre between 23th -27th March 2016 at Yıldız Technical University.
*In this module, Peter Lynam who is British Airways’ ex-head of network operations, will also share his experience as a guest speaker.
Dr. Mairi Macintyre
Mairi Macintyre is Principal Teaching Fellow at WMG with a focus on Service Systems, Design and Development Management.
Mairi is the course director for the MSc course Service Management and Design. She has also been responsible for leading a joint team including the universities of Warwick, Cardiff, Cranfield, Bristol and Bath to develop Master's level courses from emergent service science research.
Mairi has also led a number of funded projects supported by the Knowledge Transfer Partnership of the Technology Strategy Board. Her interest in combining rigour with relevance has enabled her to repeatedly gain and sustain industry and public sector engagement in research projects. She has worked collaboratively with the UK Lean Aerospace Initiative and aerospace companies to develop and deliver lean insights and practice. Mairi was Principal Investigator of the major EPSRC-funded project 'Agility in Self Care', investigating the management of complex systems.
Mairi was lead co-editor of the Springer 2011 book 'Service Design and Delivery' which explores strategies used in the design and management of services across various sectors. Her work on lean implementation in the NHS has been published in the British Medical Journal.
Innovation and introduction of new products to the market is one of the fundamental processes in industry. Design and development and introduction of new products is hence the key to renewal and regeneration of industry and the long term competitiveness and survival of manufacturing companies.
Intensification of competition, rapidly changing technologies and shorter product life cycles, require an integrated approach to management of product development in order to create better quality products with enhanced capabilities, at attractive prices with compressed time to market cycles. Today customers often buy products without making a conscious distinction between tangible product, service or brand.  This module concentrates on the management of the processes of product design, development, and introduction as an integrated whole from ideas and concept stage to customer, and in service.
  • Product development process
  • Effective Design Management
  • Lean New Product Introduction
  • The relationship of tangible product and brand
  • Management of creativity
  • Concurrent Engineering
  • Organisation for effective product design and development
  • Design protection and intellectual property rights
  • Case study
  • Tools, Techniques, and Technologies including;
              Concept generation and Selection
              Design for Assembly/Manufacture
              Life Cycle Costing and Design to Cost
              Design Validation
  • Industrial Experiences
  • User / Customer View
  • Innovative Products
For registration and further information: warwick@yildiz.edu.tr
                                                                  Tel: 0212 383 21 35 – 0212 383 21 04
University of Warwick - Warwick Manufacturing Group

14 March 2016

Ankara'daki Güven Parktaki Terör Faaliyetini KINIYORUM

Ankara’mın Kızılay’ındaki Güven Parktaki patlamada ölen herkes için geçekten çok üzüldüm. Bu terör faaliyetini kınıyorum. Ölenlere Allah'tan rahmet diliyorum. Terörün hepsi zarar ziyan. Cümle bulamıyorum! Keşke hiç olmasaydı. 

12 March 2016

Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language at An Early Age

 When all is said in done terms, the more youthful somebody's psyche is, the less demanding it is to take in a brief moment - or even third-dialect. On the off chance that you are contemplating showing your youngsters a remote dialect, discover more about what contemplations you ought to remember.

 Taking in an outside and new dialect includes a conspicuous measure of exertion for anybody, either a youngster or a grown-up, yet the more youthful you are the less demanding it is – all things considered, do you figured out how to communicate in English?

 At the point when considering showing your kids an outside dialect, it is critical to consider the advantages that knowing and picking up this ability may acquire to your children what's to come. At a vocation shrewd level, experts ready to convey in a moment or third dialect are constantly more attractive since they can grasp extra obligations and openings for work.

 In this sense, you might need to consider dialects that could be more helpful to know later on. Case in point, English is these days the fundamental dialect for business at a worldwide level, which is the reason families all around the globe are organizing English as one of the best dialects to learn. Moreover, dialects, for example, Chinese-Mandarin, Spanish and Portuguese are turning out to be progressively mainstream as business-talented dialects.

 Examines propose that at a psychological and scholarly level, kids taking in an extra dialect are more inventive, better at taking care of complex issues and typically score higher on state sanctioned tests. When youngsters know a second dialect, it is simpler for them to see further dialects structures, which is the reason specialists say that each new dialect learnt is less demanding than the one preceding.

 At an individual level, the more dialects a man talks, the better get to he or she will need to various individuals and assets from different nations and societies. Also, it helps kids to better comprehend different societies, expressions and styles of correspondence. This can urge youngsters to acknowledge how enormous the world is and will open their brain incredibly – which is dependably something to be thankful for.

 At long last, kids that are progressed or familiar with a remote dialect will feel particularly fulfilled while honing it abroad. Finding that they can speak with remote individuals will help their self regard, self-sufficiency and certainty.

The more youthful, the better?

 At the point when children are still infants, their brain is being built and organized each day with a specific end goal to comprehend the jolt that they get from their general surroundings.

 Specialists say that youngsters who take in a dialect before their adolescent years are more probable than more seasoned learners to accomplish local like elocution. Moreover, examine has found that children have an inborn capacity to procure the guidelines of any dialect – a capacity that vanishes by adulthood.

 In spite of the fact that kids' brains are known for being "like a wipe" which assimilates everything, it is prescribed to give them enough time to get and completely comprehend one dialect before presenting another. Else, they may experience a befuddled time in which they won't really know how to convey what needs be.

 In any case, the more years focused on taking in a dialect and the more utilization of it made, the more prominent the capability that will be accomplished.


11 March 2016

Complete Guide to Internships in the USA

From the tech mammoths and new companies of Silicon Valley to the media, design, and back combinations of New York City, little shock numerous universal understudies need to cut their teeth with an entry level position in the United States. It is the place where there is fresh new chances all things considered. Truth be told, we at Go Overseas have facilitated a few worldwide understudies ourselves - and from an organization point of view, we adore the understanding we get from a multicultural group. 

From the subtleties of visa and formality to the exceptional American work environment culture, it's best to be readied! 

Be that as it may, there are various focuses to consider before attempting to arrive an entry level position in the States, as one of our latest assistants brought up. From the subtleties of visas and formality to the one of a kind American working environment culture, it's best to be readied! This aide will indicate you how. 

Understanding Visa Options 

On the off chance that you are going to the United States exclusively to embrace a temporary job, you will probably come in on a J-1 visa. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you as of now in the United States concentrating on as a universal understudy, there's a decent risk you are on the F-1 visa. Both are reasonable for partaking in an entry level position, however there are contrasts in how the visas work and the sort of temporary jobs you can participate in. 

F1 Visa Students 

Malagasy Fulbright understudies in United States 

Photograph Credit: Gaelle 

On the off chance that you are as of now in the States concentrating on a F-1 visa, you normally can join in an unpaid temporary job or an entry level position on your grounds without jumping through loops or round out extra printed material - however there might be restrictions on when and how long you can function. Normally, you'll be permitted to work for up to 20 hours, so search for low maintenance temporary job. 

In the event that you need to assistant at an off-grounds association, there are two alternatives: Curricular Practical Training (CPT) and Optional Practical Training (OPT). 

CPT temporary jobs (which can be paid) must be identified with the understudy's degree, and as a rule the understudy must get some sort of kudos for the entry level position. For CPT, understudies more likely than not finished their first year at college, and they should apply for approval on their understudy visa and get an overhauled I-20 structure before they can start their temporary position. 

Pick entry level positions don't as a matter of course should be a part of the understudy's educational modules or straightforwardly identified with their degree and can be attempted while still enlisted in school or post-graduation. The procedure is more troublesome than CPT, as endorsement for the temporary job must be picked up from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The entry level position can be up to 12 months, full time (or significantly more - up to a 17-month expansion! - on the off chance that you are in a STEM field). 

In both of these examples, there is practically no weight on the business hoping to tackle a worldwide assistant - notwithstanding the dreams of formality and obstructions that may move in their heads - so ensure you make this known when you are talking to up your odds of getting an offer. Likewise, make certain to chat with your DSO or remote understudy guide before you start your temporary job chase to completely comprehend these visas. 

Tip: Most understudies utilize their CPT temporary positions amid their enlistment, keeping their OPT entry level positions for after graduation, as it is the main legitimate way they can stay in the nation and search for a vocation, on the off chance that they would like to stay in the nation for all time. 

J-1 Visa Students 

On the off chance that you are in the States considering on a J-1 visa, you can share in up to year and a half of Academic Training, which is like Optional Practical Training on the F-1 visa, in that it can happen amid or after the understudy's scholastic system (once more, there might be a few restrictions on hours when school is in session). Understudies must get composed endorsement from their J-1 Responsible Officer at their supporting establishments, and the temporary job must be straightforwardly identified with the understudy's field of study. 

In the event that you are not as of now concentrating on in the United States but rather need to approach finish an entry level position, the J-1 Intern visa or the J-1 Trainee visa is likely what you would require. 

Some patrons will (for a cost) place you a temporary position, and maybe even help with lodging and different logistics. 

For the Intern assignment, you should at present be enlisted in a remote school or college, or have graduated inside the previous 12 months. For learner, you should have a degree in addition to one year of work experience, or an aggregate of five years' work experience, in the field you are hoping to prepare in. You may understudy in the U.S. for 12 months, or train for year and a half. 

For both, you should experience an assigned patron to acquire your J-1 visa. The backers change broadly in expenses and advantages of their projects. 

Some supporters will (for a cost) place you an entry level position, and maybe even help with lodging and different logistics. In the event that you have effectively discovered your own temporary position or traineeship, different supporters will exclusively do your printed material and get you your visa for a lesser expense (and maybe even at the expense of your manager instead of yourself!) 

Get ready Resumes and Interviews 

Universal Students in California

Much of the time, will be tasked with discovering - and landing - your own particular entry level position. That implies it's an ideal opportunity to Americanize your resume (no CVs here!) and rehearse your meeting aptitudes. 

In case you're in the States (and very likely in case you're abroad), your school ought to have a profession focus that assists with resumes and taunt interviews. Make utilization of them! Get criticism on your resume and check whether they have somebody who will work on meeting with you. 

Likewise take note of any contrasts between composing a resume in your nation and the United States. For instance, do exclude a photograph on your resume or your conjugal status. Keep your resume one page or shorter. 

Begin organizing with teachers, kindred understudies, visitor instructors and speakers, everybody! Associate with them on LinkedIn or send a subsequent email to ensure they recall that you. You never know when those associations may prove to be useful. In case you're an understudy abroad, search out the American understudies considering on your grounds - whether they're from Los Angeles or Little Rock, they very well might have the capacity to bail you out. 

You ought to likewise use online occupation and temporary position sites to hunt down openings. Furthermore, in your arrangement, ensure you hone your English in the event that it isn't your local dialect, and exploration phrasing in your field. It's a smart thought to invest energy perusing American articles and distributions about your industry.

I wish you luck with Internships in the USA.