AU CADC - Industrial Design Collaborative with Reutlingen University, Germany
The Industrial Design Collaboration with Reutlingen University in Germany offers industrial design students
the unique opportunity to participate on multidisciplinary teams in a workshop focused on sustainability in design. This workshop will team Auburn students with students from Reutlingen on a 5-day challenge to better understand people’s perceptions of sustainable materials relative to product design. This workshop will be led by two Auburn faculty members (Shea Tillman/TBA) and Dr. Martin Luccarelli of Reutlingen University, as part of the 2-credit hour AU course.
This ten-day trip will also include visiting sites of historical and industrial importance in design throughout the southern part of Germany (Stuttgart, Ulm, and Munich), known worldwide for its heritage of automotive production.
For more information, please access the Fall 2017 INDD Reutlingen Flyer.pdf.
This program is for Industrial Design Graduate Students enrolled in INDD 6960 who have at least a 3.0 GPA.
- 06 October 2017: Depart Atlanta for Stuttgart, Germany
- 07 October 2017: Program begins
- 15 October 2017: End Date – depart Munich for return to Atlanta
- INDD 6960 – Industrial Design Collaborative with Reutlingen, Germany – 2 credits (embedded)
Download a copy of the Fall 2017 INDD in Reutlingen Program Budget.pdf.
Contact Dr. Tillman in regards to the payment schedule.
The hotel-apartment is located near the Place de la Bastille, is walking distance to several of the museums, and is also close to two different metro lines for commuting. Students will be housed in apartments for 4, which include a living area, kitchenette, en suite bathroom, and twin bedrooms. The building has an elevator.
Visit design sites in Stuttgart Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Weissenhof Estate, Staatsgalerie. Visit HfG Ulm Archiv and Museum in Ulm. Visit design sites in Munich (BMW, Deutsches Museum, Die Neue Sammlung)
In 1988, Reutlingen became a city of over 100,000 inhabitants and is still growing. Nowadays it is the ninth largest city in Baden-Württemberg, and is well-known as a prosperous and attractive place to live, study and work. Modern architecture, the public library and museums, busy shopping districts and arcades, the weekly market, cafés, restaurants to suit all tastes, and bistros are just a few of the places where you can relax and meet people.
PASSPORT AND VISA REQUIREMENTS
If you do not have a PASSPORT: Please check http://travel.state.gov for the nearest local passport office and forms. Auburn Abroad recommends that you apply for a passport as soon as possible. If you already have a passport: Please check the expiration date. Passports should be valid for at least 6 months following your scheduled time abroad.
U.S. Citizens do not need a visa for this program.
Non-U.S. Citizens should verify visa requirements
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact the Faculty Director listed at the top of the page.