2.009 Product Engineering Processes

Lab Section Signup Form

The registration for lab sections closes at 5 pm on Saturday, September 12. If you miss this deadline, you will be assigned to the smallest lab section.

The lab section/team assignments will be posted on the course website by 8:00 PM on Sunday, September 13.

Please fill out the form completely. Your name and Athena username are required to process your lab preferences. Thanks!

name (first and last):
preferred first name (if different from above):
Athena username:
(if none, enter email address)
preferred email address:
(what is best to contact you?)
other/2nd major:


Rank your top three choices for a lab section. Do not pick a section more than once. Do not pick sections that conflict with your schedule. Don't forget to consider conflicts with extra-curricular activities (e.g., sports practices/games, fraternity/sorority/living group meetings, club meetings, research group/UROP/UA meetings). If you cannot pick three sections that are compatible with your schedule, select "none" for any remaining choices.

If your schedule changes before the lab section signup deadline above, please fill out this part of the form again (along with your name and username above). Your most recent submission will be used to assign you to a lab section.

Choice 1:

Choice 2:

Choice 3:

If you were unable to choose 3 lab sections, please describe your conflict (i.e., specify conflicting class, etc.) with each unchosen lab section in the space below. If explanations are not provided, we will assume that there are not conflicts.

We would like to create well-rounded and balanced teams. Therefore, please tell us about your level of experience with each of the following. The point of the class is to learn new things, so don't be concerned if there are areas in which you do not have much experience.

Experience Level
Comments (optional)
product design
solid modeling
design sketching
graphic design software
(e.g., illustrator/photoshop)
engineering analysis
video editing
software programming

During the term, teams may want to visit off-campus clients or pick up materials from stores.
Please indicate your level of access to a car for the above purposes (check all that apply):
I have a car at MIT that I can use for 2.009.
I can easily borrow a car (non-zipcar) for 2.009.
I have zipcar membership.

Which statement below best describes the state of your registration in 2.009?
I am taking 2.009 this semester.
I am considering 2.009 alternatives but will most likely take 2.009.
I am considering 2.009 alternatives and will most likely pick another class instead of 2.009.
I am considering 2.009 alternatives and do not know yet which class I will likely take.

Please check the boxes if you agree to the following:

We would like to have a picture of each student on his/her team's webpage.

I agree to have my picture displayed on the course website with my team webpage (protected by MIT Certificates and accessible to the class only).

We would like to have a rotating selection of pictures from class activities on the course home page and to have pages that off-campus mentors can use to view your presentations and provide you with feedback.

I agree to be in pictures on the publicly available part of the course website (no names or identifying information will be with the pictures).

What would you like to get out of 2.009 this semester?

To help us plan the course website and activities, please answer the following two questions:

1. Which, if any, mobile smartphone devices do you regularly use (check all that apply):

Android OS-based phone
Apple iOs-based device (e.g., iPod touch, iPhone)
RIM Blackberry-OS-based phone
Windows Mobile-based phone

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Android OS-based tablet
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I have completed the form and I am ready to

(Note: You will be redirected to a success page after submission is complete, and you will receive a copy of your submission by email.)