develop and optimise products and production equipment
Studying the specialisation Manufacturing Technology, you learn how to develop and optimise products and production equipment and you gain tools and methods to deal with complex challenges within this field of study. Furthermore, you have the opportunity to explore topics such as:
- Virtual product and process development
- Material and process technology
- Robotics and automation technology
- Process modelling
- Production modelling and monitoring
- Production planning and control
- Intelligent manufacturing
- Engineering optimisation
- Product development and modelling
In recent years, there has been an increase in the focus on robotics, automation and digitalisation in the business community, which in turn increases the demand for new products, methods of production and services. This trend is called Industry 4.0 and AAU is particularly focused on preparing you for this development within the manufacturing industry. You and your fellow students learn how to handle the different issues that occur as a result of this new trend by e.g. working in AAU’s brand new smart lab, which is an imitation of a production line. The smart lab lets you experiment with programming, automation and digitalisation in relation to manufacturing technology. Read more about the smart lab.
One of the areas that you will be introduced to when studying Manufacturing Technology is robotics and you will have the opportunity to work with the robot called “Little Helper.” “Little Helper” is an autonomous robot capable of navigating without human interaction. It can for example change its working tools autonomously and thereby adapt to a specific work situation on its own.
APPLICATION AND REQUIREMENTS
Admission to the Master programme in Mechanical Engineering with specialisation in Manufacturing Technology requires a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing, Robotics or the like.
Students with another Bachelor’s degree may upon application to the Board of Studies be admitted following a specific academic assessment if the applicant is considered as having comparable educational prerequisites. The University can stipulate requirements concerning conducting additional exams prior to the start of study.
THE SPECIALISATION IN MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
And the following Bachelor degrees also qualify for the specialisation Manufacturing Technology:
- Robotics (AAU Aalborg)
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