The Department is conducting research and teaching within eight production-related areas. These areas are inter-disciplinary and are distinguised by a strongly imprint of modernity.
Key areas of the department cover adapting of construction for production, assembly systems, computer systems for design and manufacturing, preparation and planning of manufacture, modelling of products and processes, simulation, work shop lay out and organisation, internal logistics, machinery, handling equipment, control technology, industrial metrology, quality, manufacturing engineering processes like casting, powder technology, materials forming, production engineering and optimisation, welding, the human factor, system engineering for development and new production methods like rapid prototyping.
Production Engineering Department is committed to fostering sustainable development in production from manufacturing processes to manufacturing control and management.
The Department's educational mission is to provide a broad base for students preparing for technological and leadership careers within the manufacturing area.
The Department's research mission is to educate PhD students in fundamental issues concerning research as a profession as well as in core manufacturing areas with special focus on development of methods for modelling and simulation of production processes and systems.
The teaching and research programs are conducted according to both disciplinary and inter-disciplinary aims. We cover all of the core disciplinary areas of mechanical engineering including Dynamics, Controls, Solid Mechanics,
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