The Revs Program at Stanford presents an evening with noted designer Chris Bangle, Managing Director of Chris Bangle Associates and former Chief of Design for BMW Group. The evening event was moderated by IDEO partner and Stanford d.school professor Diego Rodriguez.
Harness the power of the 'hero coefficient' through a radical team-based, hands-on, multidisciplinary class.
After announcing the Road & Track Magazine archive would come to Stanford in December, we look forward to the future of the collection within academia.
Together with the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS), The Revs Program at Stanford welcomes Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn for an Open Garage Talk at Stanford on April 1, 2013.
Investigating the relationship with cars through the application of research and with a generative storytelling focus will provide inspiration for designing a new automotive experience.
The Revs Program at the 2013 7th Biennial Symposium on Connoisseurship and the Collectible Car.
How might we judge the importance of an object? In ME 200 this quarter, we are taking a long view to approach this question.
A trip to Laguna Seca raceway for the Revs Program at Stanford yielded great research results. It also exposed some wonderful moments of resourcefulness.