Production Engineering 1
|Foundry-, Welding, Sheet Metal Production Technology||5|
|Basics of Production Engineering||5|
|Production Systems and the Seminar on Machine Shop Technology||5|
Production Engineering 2
|Tool and Method Design||5|
|Quality Assurance and Measurement Technique||5|
Basics of Production Systems
|Agile Production Systems||3|
Advanced Professional Studies in Production Systems
|Production Technology Case Study||5|
|Computer Aided Production||5|
|Robots in Machine Shop Production||5|
|60 / 0||60 / 5||60 / 36||60 / 19||60 / 0||60 / 0||60 / 2.5||60 / 2.5||60 / 18||60 / 18||60 / 9.5||60 / 9.5||60 / 0||60 / 0||60 / 0||60 / 0||60 / 1.25||60 / 1.25||60 / 1.25||60 / 1.25||60 / 9||60 / 9||60 / 9||60 / 9||60 / 4.75||60 / 4.75||60 / 4.75||60 / 4.75|
Studies of syllabus is planned so 60 credits are studied in academic year and length of studies is 3,5/4/4,5 years. Planned syllabus may change during studies.
The engineers who work in manufacturing and production systems develop production methods and manufacturing as well as supervise production. Key terms include cost-effective production in short-run and one-off productions, as well as quality and production design and control, in addition to production automation.
The specialisation option of modern production systems aims to give the students a broad overview on modern workshop technology and automation as well as the abilities needed work in the development, control and supervision tasks of production and manufacturing. The students study in depth computer assisted production, flexible manufacturing systems (FMS), product design and control. An expert on industrial engineering must also have skills regarding quality assurance, measuring technology, material technology, CAD/CAM programming as well as tool design.