MH2275 Project 6.0 credits
This course is dormant.
Educational levelSecond cycle
Academic level (A-D)D
Subject areaMaterials Science
Grade scaleP, F
PeriodsSpring 13 P3 (3.0 credits), P4 (3.0 credits)
Start date2013 week: 2
End date2013 week: 22
Language of instructionEnglish
Number of lectures
Number of exercises
Form of studyNormal
Number of places *Min. 5
*) The Course date may be cancelled if number of admitted are less than minimum of places.
Course responsibleAnders Tilliander <email@example.com>
Only for TTMVM2-IMTA/MPTA/MDNA and not elective for CMATD4, CMTAD5.
Elective for Erasmus students
The aim of this course is to give students practice in
- making a process and production analysis of a production chain from design to finished product
- independently formulating and solving problems within the different subject areas in project work form
- presentation technique and writing reports
Course main content
A number of problems concerning material processes and production methods are presented. The various problems cover a chain in which both manufacture and design are discussed.
Each student chooses a problem to be solved. Those with the same choice of problem form a working group. For each problem a supervisor is appointed. The working group in consultation with the supervisor makes up a project plan. The plan delineates the problem and puts limits on the size of the work. An analysis of the problem is implemented through literature studies, industrial visits, discussions with the supervisor and by own experiments. The project concludes with a written and oral presentation before the supervisor and examiner, and the result of the project work is presented at a seminar with an opponent.
Registered student at the master program TTMVM or similar
Individual literature depending on the project. Handbook in project management (Swedish)
- PROA - Project, 6.0 credits, grade scale: P, F
ITM/Materials Science and Engineering
PhD Anders Tilliander, firstname.lastname@example.org
Anders Eliasson <email@example.com>
Course plan valid from:
Examination information valid from: Spring 11.