Master Degree in Engineering Design in Europe

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Engineering Design

A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

The Master in Engineering Design gives insight into scientific as well as professional working methods in product development and design. The program provides development of creativity and communicative, leadership and cooperative skills, as well as the ability to take social and ethical engagement.

Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the western most point of Eurasia, Europe is usually divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas.

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Master (MA/MSc) Computational Design

Ravensbourne
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

The MA/MSc Computational Design opens up for the possibilities of computer programming within a research lead context for the creative industries. [+]

Masters in Engineering Design in Europe 2017. The MA/MSc Computational Design opens up for the possibilities of computer programming within a research lead context for the creative industries. This postgraduate degree course is positioned and seeks to assist you to engage with the huge wave of interest in the open source communities surrounding the coding developments such as openFrameworks, Arduino, Processing and Cinder. These freely available libraries of code and hardware bring the power of computing and interaction to a much wider base of creative users and you will immediately see the imaginative potential that they offer. Instruction in visual programming with Max/Msp, Pure Data and VVV may also be offered. You will be shown examples of projects that make use of such devices such as the Kinect, Leap Motion and motion capture. Project work will offer opportunities to put this knowledge into practice in order to propose inventive solutions that respond to the movement of the human figure. The combination of data drawn from the position of the figure and a three dimensional virtual environment has opened up a fascinating discussion about the nature of human choreographic gesture and the way it can have a simultaneous effect both in the digital and real world domains. Quadrocopters, robotics and the control of kinetic movements will come within the research focus of the course offering you a wide variety of possible outcomes. Ravensbourne has a very well resourced rapid prototyping facility and students on the MA/MSC Computational Design will have the opportunity to combine programming, three dimensional design and electronics to as a basis for proposing innovative, responsive and exciting projects. You will begin to work with user response and feedback and place your project work in exciting venues such as the Kinetica Art Fair and Level39 Canary Wharf. This will give you great ways to prove your concepts in response to user testing and feedback. The course will cover a variety of approaches to programming and encourage exploration into the nature of code as a medium in its own right. You will become familiar with generative, recursive and algorithmic concepts in problem solving and gain an understanding of the history of coding and its influence and scope. With this kind of experience behind you, when you leave the course, you will be in a position to take responsible roles such as production supervisor, technical director, lead or assistant programmer, user experience designer, producer or freelance consultant. [-]

Master of Engineering Science in Structural Engineering

UCD College of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Ireland Dublin + 1 more

Studying this Masters, you will cover a wide range of topics not traditionally covered in undergraduate degrees; the programme includes specialist modules in structural dynamics, bridge engineering, structural design and professional engineering. [+]

MEngSc Structural Engineering FT Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90) Studying this Masters, you will cover a wide range of topics not traditionally covered in undergraduate degrees; the programme includes specialist modules in structural dynamics, bridge engineering, structural design and professional engineering. You will also learn how to work in a multidisciplinary setting through combined modules with Architecture students. Structural engineering is a continually evolving profession, and through the third Semester Research Project you will learn how to apply this specialist knowledge to develop new concepts and ideas under the supervision of research active academic staff. This programme will distinguish you as having specialist knowledge in the area of Structural Engineering and provide you with a competitive edge over your peers in the job market. Multidisciplinary learning through collaborative modules with the School of Architecture and industry Advanced taught modules in structural design, conservation and sustainability Application of specialist knowledge to solve problems in new or emerging structural engineering applications This programme is delivered by a School ranked in the top 200 in the QS world subject rankings. Who should apply? Full Time option suitable for: Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. Yes Part Time option suitable for: Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. No This programme is suitable for students expecting to graduate with an Honours Degree in Engineering, or those already in employment, who wish to specialise in the area of Structural Engineering. Course Description The MEngSc in Structural Engineering will distinguish you as having specialist knowledge in the area of Structural Engineering and provide you with a competitive edge over your peers in the job market. Modules are taught by a combination of experienced academic staff and senior industry practitioners to provide students with the conceptual and managerial perspectives vital to a successful career in structural engineering. Career Opportunities Our graduates would typically follow careers in structural engineering consultancy, engineering contracting, construction management, project planning both in Ireland and abroad. Employed at Masters levels graduates can expect more responsibility, and faster professional progression, earlier in their careers. Fees, Funding and Scholarships MEngSc Structural Engineering (T279) Full Time EU fee per year - € 7490 nonEU fee per year - € 23800 ***Fees are subject to change Tuition fee information is available on the UCD Fees website. Please note that UCD offers a number of graduate scholarships for full-time, self-funding international students, holding an offer of a place on a UCD graduate degree programme. For further information please see International Scholarships. Entry Requirements Entrants to the programme will have an Honours (Level 8) Bachelors Degree in Engineering or equivalent (with a minimum of 2H2 honours level, or equivalent) and the appropriate prior learning. Applicants will be reviewed individually and interviewed where there is any doubt about their suitability for the programme. Academic transcripts and names and contact details for two referees should be provided with your application. Applicants whose first language is not English must also demonstrate English language proficiency of IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0 in each element), or equivalent. Testimonial Angelene Dascanio, USA This Masters is fast-paced, challenging and encompasses the skills required for a career in structural engineering. It includes both general and specialty concepts, for example, I took modules in steel and concrete design, but was also able to take a bridge engineering module to fulfil my interest in that particular field. I was initially drawn to the program because it uniquely incorporates some architecture modules into its curriculum. Also, I found the program framework, 60 credits of coursework and 30 credits of a research project, to be very efficient. During the academic year I was able to focus solely on my coursework, meet with my professors for extra help, and study for examinations. Then, during the summer, my efforts were placed on carrying out a research project with the guidance of a professor in my field of interest. As an international student (from America), I felt welcomed by the faculty and fellow classmates. I experienced a smooth transition between the material I learned as an undergraduate and the material presented on this Masters. As a whole, the program effectively prepared me with the essential skills and knowledge needed to succeed in a structural engineering career. *Courses will remain open until such time as all places have been filled, therefore early application is advised [-]

Master in Transportation Design

IAAD Istituto D'Arte Applicata e Design
Campus Full time 10 months May 2017 Italy Turin

IAAD department of “Car Body Architecture” first in Italy opened in Turin in 1978. Since 2008 it is entitled in memory of Andrea Pininfarina. [+]

Masters in Engineering Design in Europe 2017. IAAD department of “Car Body Architecture” first in Italy opened in Turin in 1978. Since 2008 it is entitled in memory of Andrea Pininfarina. The specialization in Transportation design deals with the study of the main means of transport with a focus on mobility systems and environmental sustainability. Turin is the undisputed world capital of automotive design and one of the centres of excellence in the international automotive industry: the great Italian production of Fiat, Lancia, Alfa Romeo and Ferrari, the design of Giugiaro and Pininfarina, Bertone, the automotive innovation of Centro Ricerche Fiat, the robotic technologies of DEA, Comau and Rambaudi, the innovation of Oxygen (electric alternative mobility), not to mention an enormous satellite activities that serves not only Fiat, but almost all of the major car manufacturers in Europe and the world. To confirm this today also Chinese design companies choose Turin as European seat. Thanks to this important supply chain, IAAD Transportation design department is flanked by a pool of important partner companies both public and private, which contribute to the activation of research projects, special lectures, workshops and seminars, company visits, educational activities and internships. MASTER OBJECTIVES IAAD have always had the goal of providing an innovative approach to training: the best way to become a professional in transportation is being apprenticed to learn from experts in the field. With this insight, IAAD is the first Italian university of higher education specializing in transportation design. The design work done in collaboration with IAAD partner companies which allow students to put into practice what they study in an environment very close to what they will encounter in the professional field. IAAD Master courses, thanks to this educational philosophy, are a perfect incubator for tomorrow’s talent, responding directly to the needs and market trends. To train young professionals within the educational programme, IAAD recreates what happens in the professional world. One of the hallmarks of the method IAAD is the constant collaboration with leading companies in the sector for the realization of joint projects. Converging in the projects both the needs of the partner companies and educational goals, creates a situation doubly favourable aspiring designers have the opportunity to work with industry leaders and these ones can monitor future talents to be included in their companies. This system also allows to simulate working conditions in a professional context: working with precise deadlines, correcting the work in progress by following the feedback of the customer, working in teams and goals. In this process, the teachers are key figures representing the connection between IAAD and industry. All the teachers are professionals in their respective fields of teaching, know the companies in the industry and know what it takes for young designers to be competitive on the market. Students find in Professors a valuable reference to improve and understand what aspects of their professional skills are to be refined to enter as protagonists in the world of work. During the course a great importance is given to presentations and design contest, students are encouraged to make presentations of their work, supported in participating in national and international contests. Projects must not only meet one designer favour, but must be able to be appreciated and understood by the jury of experts and the public. REQUIREMENTS AND ADMISSION PROCEDURES // Preliminary Module Graduates in Industrial Design, Automotive Engineering and related subjects, holders of a postgraduate diploma in Industrial and Transportation Design and candidates who have gained significant professional experience in the field of transportation can access the Preliminary Module. Admission is subject to the assessment of the application, to be submitted by letter of application, curriculum vitae and portfolio. IAAD reserves the right to request the candidates, if necessary, an interview in person or via Skype. // Master Module Access to the Master Module from Preliminary is subject to the attainment of 60 ECTS credits of Preliminary Module. For the attainment of 60 ECTS credits, students will be required to develop a project-work to be presented in the final stage of the Preliminary Module and the overcoming of TOEIC test. Students can customize their curricula with participation in contests, seminars or workshops to collect additional credits necessary for overcoming the Preliminary Module. Graduates in Transportation Design or who have gained significant experience in the Transportation Design or modelling can access the Master Module. Admission to the course is in both cases possible only with the approval of the Coordinator of the course based on the assessment of academic qualifications, professional resume and portfolio. [-]

Master Digital Design

Harbour.Space
Campus Full time 1 year Open Enrollment Spain Barcelona

The Harbour Space Master of Digital Design Programme provides a unique environment for students to become expert practitioners, and to engage with students from their own and other disciplines. The program aims to explore new roles, contexts and approaches for interaction design and trains students to research, analyse, prototype, and design concepts in business, social, and cultural contexts within existing and emerging technologies. [+]

This program is taught in ENGLISH. The Harbour Space Master of Digital Design Programme provides a unique environment for students to become expert practitioners, and to engage with students from their own and other disciplines. The program aims to explore new roles, contexts and approaches for interaction design and trains students to research, analyse, prototype, and design concepts in business, social, and cultural contexts within existing and emerging technologies. Projects, which are often speculative and critical, aim to inspire debate about the human consequences of different technological futures and explore the strategic role of interaction design in shaping everyday life while highlighting the increased relevancy of design to business and society. Graduates go on to work for corporations, design agencies or consultancies, academic and industrial research labs, and to set up their own design studios. Courses are a mixture of lectures and hands-on experimentation Regular opportunities for industry collaborations with companies Access to a network of world-leading experts working in computer science Teachers who are leading practitioners in their field Frequent guest lecturers across a variety of topics in Design and Technology Practical business courses preparing students for real-life situations Multi-disciplinary collaboration in group and applied year-end projects Connection to the real discipline of design and real companies in the industry PROGRAM STRUCTURE This Master of Digital Design degree contains an extensive number of real interaction design cases moving through which the students will gain a solid understanding of the creative and decision making process in the design department of a real company or a design agency. All courses are electives, yet we strongly recommend students to take courses marked as core. In total 1 year Master's consist of 15 modules including 1 module of workshops & seminars, 1 client and 1 capstone projects. Our professors are not academic teachers – they are accomplished design professionals that have launched thousands of successful products and services and made many winning strategic decisions. Modules Emerging Technologies for Physical Spaces Mobile Physical Computing User Experience Design Entrepreneurial Design Cybernetics Smart Objects Innovation in Service Design Future Wearables Content Strategy Storytelling, Narrative and Interactivity Design Management Selling & Presenting Design Data Visualization Audio & Video Motion Graphics Projection Mapping Programming Interfaces for Disabled People Seminars & Workshops Client Project Personal Project Program Leadership Irene Pereyra Co-founder, Anton & Irene Anton Repponen Co-founder, Anton & Irene Career Path Junior Designer Mid-Weight Designer Senior Designer Art Director Creative Director LIVING IN BARCELONA Studying in Barcelona has the following advantages: Barcelona is #1 in Europe for quality of life and clearness of environment (2012 Quality of Life City Rankings – Mercer Survey) Barcelona is #1 in the world for the level of infrastructure and urban development (2011, Ernst & Young). The region of Catalonia, where Barcelona is the capital, contributes significantly to the Spanish GDP. The growth of Catalonia’s GDP is currently 3.3%, much higher than in Europe on average. Catalonia’s exports are €42.2 billion, higher than in any other region of Spain. 7,000+ innovation and technological companies during the last 10 years. Barcelona is 6th in Europe for attractiveness and comfort for doing business (European Attractiveness Survey 2011, Ernst & Young), Barcelona is 2nd in Europe (after London) for being promoted as a business center (European Cities Monitor 2011); Barcelona is 2nd in the world for hosting different international conferences and congresses (City and Country World Report 2011, ICCA ). Barcelona is the host of the annual World Mobile Congress, which attracts thousands of international companies that work in the mobile industry. 7,000,000 + millions of tourists / year 20° C - average temperature during the day 2437 hours of sunshine/ year Cost of living 550 euro / month [-]

Master Degree in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems (Curriculum Historic Buildings Rehabilitation)

University of Bologna School of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Ravenna China Shanghai + 2 more

The HBR (Historic Building Rehabilitation) international curriculum of the Masters in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems was built to meet the needs of new professionals, able to integrate the functions traditionally found within the process, by focusing on the critical analysis of the historical heritage, the diagnosis of conservation conditions, the definition of procedures and techniques for consolidation and rehabilitation of the artefacts, by applying effective methods and solutions, compatible with the protection of the heritage characters. More information here: http://corsi.unibo.it/2cycle/HistoricBuildings/Pages/default.aspx [+]

Masters in Engineering Design in Europe 2017. The innovation in both technical and organizational structure is increasing the complexity of the building process. The emergence of more stringent requirements and the intense penetration of new materials and technologies take special relevance in consolidation, recovery and rehabilitation of historic buildings, which is a market segment in steady expansion. The growing cultural value attributed to the existing building and the economic and environmental benefits associated with its conservation are expanding this market, whose further development fuels a demand for high-profile skills, able to meet its specific characteristics and constraints. The HBR (Historic Building Rehabilitation) international curriculum of the Masters in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems was built to meet these needs of new professionals, able to integrate the functions traditionally found within the process, by focusing on the critical analysis of the historical heritage, the diagnosis of conservation conditions, the definition of procedures and techniques for consolidation and rehabilitation of the artefacts, by applying effective methods and solutions, compatible with the protection of the heritage characters. The course is a two-years Master “second cycle Degree” requiring the students to obtain 120 ECTS. The program is two years in duration and is divided into four terms. In the first year, courses are mainly oriented to address basic issues of the Master’s studies: History of Italian and European Architecture; Conservation Theory of Historic Buildings and Heritage Conservation; Survey of Historic Buildings, Materials and Technologies for Historic Buildings; Advanced Structural Mechanics and Mechanics of Historic Masonry and Wood Structures. Additionally, a Design Project course aims at training the students in applying to a case-study the acquired knowledge. In the second year, both compulsory and elective courses are offered on specialized topics, such as Structural Diagnostics, Seismic Assessment and Rehabilitation; Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Historic Buildings; Mineralogical and Petrographical Characterization of Natural and Artificial Stone Materials. The program is entirely taught in English, and requires the student a proficient use of the English language. At the end of the program, a degree titled "Master in Engineering of building processes and Systems" (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria dei Processi e dei Sistemi edilizi, Classe LM-24) is awarded and is valid under Italian law. The title enables graduates to take the exam for Professional Engineer qualification (Sector: Civil and Environmental) HBR Master students have the opportunity to obtain a double degree: from the University of Bologna ( MSc in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems) and from the Tongji University, Shanghai, China (MSc in Architecture and Civil Engineering) . Graduates of the program will have the training to go on to work in numerous fields, including Public Administrations, Companies carrying out works of consolidation and recovery of historic buildings, and many other specific sectors, such as production of building components, diagnostic and survey services, facility management. Completion of the HBR Master degree can also lead to entering PhD level studies. More information about the application procedure here [-]

Master In Automotive Production Engineering

Fraunhofer Academy
Campus Part time 5 semesters October 2017 Germany Munich

In the courses, great importance is placed on a continuous interaction between theoretical and scientific knowledge and practical application. [+]

Study contents The course includes content from the three areas of expertise: A: manufacture and production technology Automotive B: Management and Leadership / Entrepreneurial activity C: Methodological and practical project skills An individual deepening of technical content is possible in elective modules. Study Organization eg preparatory courses, modules, elective and core courses etc. Admission Requirements - A first professionally qualifying degree (eg bachelor, diploma) in an engineering degree program (minimum 180 ECTS) - Applicants must also be at the time of study entry in ungekündigter and professionally relevant employment Content of the course In the courses, great importance is placed on a continuous interaction between theoretical and scientific knowledge and practical application. This orientation is supported by accompanying scientific and technological enterprise projects during the first 4 semesters. Through elective modules, students can expand their individual skills either strong in the engineering expertise in automotive production technology or set priorities in the field of leadership and management in the automotive industry. 1st semester: Materials Science automotive materials, lightweight construction concepts, Industrial Production 1, Logistics and Supply Chain Management 1, Entrepreneurial activity / International Management and more. 2nd semester: Industrial Production 2 (assembly technology, robotics and transport equipment), digital technology in production, instruments for quality management, strategic management, and more. 3rd semester: Quality assurance and non-destructive testing, Industrial Production 3 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 2, International Business Communication and more. 4th semester: Industrial production 4, vehicle and mobility concepts, marketing and sales, performing employees and more. 5th semester: Development of the master's degree thesis and colloquium for master's degree work. Addition: In the first and third semester is ever a project housework create. In the second and fourth semester, a R & D project is to be processed (Business Project). In all semesters in addition is still an elective module to occupy. Requirements for participation A first professionally qualifying degree (eg bachelor, diploma) in an engineering degree program (minimum of 180 ECTS). Applicants also must be at the time of study entry in ungekündigter and professionally relevant employment. The end of the study program The Master's program is coordinated with his lectures and office hours, on the working hours of managers and professionals. The study covers 5 semester, is entirely part-studyable and it acquired a total of 120 ECTS credits. At the end, students get certified in the European context academic degree "Master of Engineering" (M.Eng.), So all the doors for other career paths are open. More about this program [-]

Master in Transportation Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Torino
Campus Full time 2 years March 2017 Italy Turin

The Master in Transportation Design offered by the Istituto Europeo di Design sets itself up as an incubator for tomorrow's professionals and, thanks to an ongoing relationship with Companies closely involved in this sector, it intends to contribute to the creation of very sought after and highly specialised professionals. Over the course of two years on a full-time basis, the Master expects to hone and develop the student's competence in terms of his/her critical approach, analytical and methodological skills, providing the tools to start creating his/her own innovative concepts; in other words the aim is to train these professionals who will have the sensibility, courage and competence to imagine and design the vehicles of tomorrow. [+]

Masters in Engineering Design in Europe 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH Target Admission to the Master Course is restricted to graduates from IED or from private schools of similar area and degree holders in fields of the Design area. One may also request to be admitted directly to the second year of the Master course if one is already provided with a diploma or a three years or five years degree in Transportation Design from a public or private institution that is equivalent to University level. Methodology and program The program foresees a first year designed to provide students with the theoretical design tools required for the production of 1:4 scale models that will represent the final projects of the first part of the Master Course. During the second year the students will be expected to perform as if they were in a real working environment, simulating the team work found in a professional design studio equipped with all the most innovative IT tools. At this final stage the Master course will actually operate as an experimental workshop. For every second course year a Style Centre will commission Istituto Europeo di Design of Turin to come up with a project to develop a concept car. The students will have to face up to the challenge and collaborate in carrying out this project, like a real team, handling all the various stages of project development and all the problems that a style centre has to deal with, right up to the production of a 1:1 scale model. [-]

Master of Interaction Design

Estonian Academy of Arts
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 Estonia Tallinn

The MA in Interaction Design programme focuses on human-centered design. The ongoing evolution of smart consumer technology has increased the need for well-designed intuitive user interfaces and experiences. [+]

Interaction Design is a rapidly developing creative field. The ongoing evolution of smart consumer technology has increased the need for well-designed intuitive user interfaces and experiences. Be it a mobile app, a digital display on a household machine, the front-end of a web-based service or a complex system involving different digital and physical experiences, interaction design is an essential part of it. Interaction designers aim to make users’ encounters with sophisticated information and machinery as simple and pleasant as possible. Our programme focuses on human-centered design. User research, analysis and testing form the foundation of the curriculum. Theoretical studies are built around practical design projects based on real briefs by companies from Estonia and abroad. User-based, agile design and product/service development methods ensure the sound outcome of the projects. The cooperation of our Master’s programme with the department of Graphic Design lends a solid focus on the skills and tools of graphic user interface design — data visualisation, digital typography, visual design, motion graphics, GUI prototyping, etc. Cooperation with the departments of Product Design, Interior Architecture and the programme of Design & Engineering expands the scope of the curriculum to tangible interaction and interactive spaces. Physical computing, wearable tech and virtual reality are covered by study projects. Graduates of the Interaction Design Master’s programme will be well equipped to run complex product/service development projects and to manage international multi-disciplinary teams. We expect our students to have very different backgrounds. Previous experience in design and software development is helpful, but by no means necessary. During the first semester of the program, a set of introductory courses helps students get acquainted with design, programming and entrepreneurship. We welcome everyone who has a serious interest in designing interactions, interfaces and user experiences. If you want to learn how to work as a specialist or a team leader in the field of interaction design, join our family of international students! The program is taught by a team of experienced mentors: Amid Moradganjeh is passionate about developing human-oriented approaches to advance design innovation. After finishing his Bachelor studies in mechanical engineering in Iran, Amid received an MA in Interaction Design from the Umea Institute of Design in Sweden. He has previously worked at the global design and innovation firm IDEO, as well as for Google and Microsoft. Tanel Kärp's special interest lies in non-profit and community-oriented projects studied graphic design at the Estonian Academy of Arts, and an MA (with honours) in Design and Development of Virtual Environments from the University of Tartu in Estonia. Tanel is one of the creators of Hooandja (an Estonian crowdfunding platform) and the Let’s Do It global garbage cleanup project. Jaak Kaevats is an interaction designer exploring the implications and applications of emerging technologies. He has a BA in Graphic Design from the Estonian Academy of Arts, and completed an MA in Human-Computer Interaction at the Universität für KIG Linz in Austria. In addition, numerous professionals from Estonian and foreign companies are supporting our program by sharing their experience and mentoring the student projects. Employment profiles for graduates:   Interaction designer   Interface designer   User experience designer   Service designer   Design manager   Design team leader Tuition per year: 3000 EUR ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS   Application (submitted through Dream Apply between March 1st and May 1st)   50€ application fee (paid via bank transfer)   Bachelor’s degree   Official transcript of records (translated into Estonian, English or Russian and notarised)   Proof of English proficiency: FCE or CAE, IELTS 5.5+ or TOEFL 70+   Copy of the data page of your passport or ID card   CV   Portfolio   Motivational letter   Interview [-]

Master in Industrial Design

Scuola Politecnica di Design SPD
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Italy Milan

The Master in Industrial Design provides overall competence in Industrial Design. It is oriented towards the solution of problems related to the individual and social application of the product ... [+]

Master in Industrial Design

-- One year Master's course-- Starting date: October 2014-- Academic training + internship

 

The Master in Industrial Design provides overall competence in Industrial Design. It is oriented towards the solution of problems related to the individual and social application of the product, its form, production variables and technological process. The association with major brands in furniture design, consumer electronics among the others has the purpose of rounding off the education through workshops that develop creative design abilities. The product design faculty is made up of renowned designers, University tutors and researchers. The constant comparison to market and production demands, along with cultural and methodological preparation, build up solid professional groundings. Students can use laboratories for drawing, modelling and computer design equipped with the most advanced software. Upon selection the Master’s admits candidates with a degree in Product Design, Architecture, Engineering or equivalent, and students from product design courses or applied arts schools; candidates who have gained significant professional experience in the sector.... [-]


Master in Advanced Engineering Materials

Technical University of Ostrava
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Ostrava

In the Master’s study programme students firm and fill knowledge and skills acquired during bachelor study. Furthermore, they gain further knowledge and skills to be able to understand the depth and breadth of engineering materials in interrelationships. [+]

Study Branch Materials Engineering Branch Profile The new Master’s study branch Advanced Engineering Materials in the study programme Materials Engineering is based on the integration of three former study branches: Engineering Materials, Materials Diagnostics and Design, Non-Ferrous Metals and Special Alloys. These study branches represented the principal study branches in the study programme Materials Engineering in the past. The Master’s study branch Advanced Engineering Materials picks up on the study branch having the same name in the bachelor study programme. In the Master’s study programme students firm and fill knowledge and skills acquired during bachelor study. Furthermore, they gain further knowledge and skills to be able to understand the depth and breadth of engineering materials in interrelationships. The conception of the new study branch is the following: There are fundamental subjects such as Physics of Solids, Phase Transformations, Degradation Processes of Materials, Surface Engineering, Computer Simulation and Modelling in Materials Engineering. These subjects are suitably combined with other subjects in order to fulfil the learning outcomes given hereinafter. It can be assumed that the new Master’s study branch Advanced Engineering Materials will become the most important study branch in the Master’s study programme Materials Engineering. Key Learning Outcomes Knowledge Graduates will have gained a deep knowledge of the subjects that represent an applied base of the study branch, e.g. physics of solids, phase transformations, degradation processes of materials, surface engineering etc. in such a level, which makes possible their application in other subjects and also in engineering practice. Graduates are able to describe detailed characteristics of different groups of engineering materials including materials for special purposes; they know detailed relations between internal structure of materials and their properties; they know advanced concepts of material properties improvement by means of changes in technology of material production and by means of structure modification. Graduates are able to characterise both basic and advanced methods of material properties testing, they can use even sophisticated methods of structure analysis. They are able to choose appropriate methods for material analysis depending on the kind of materials and purposes of their utilisation. Graduates can define advanced concepts of material degradation mechanisms; they can differentiate all important characteristics that play a key role in the resistance of materials to the different degradation mechanisms. Graduates are aware of limits of use of defined concepts or approaches and conditions of their use in practice. Skills Graduates are able independently and creatively: Perform a complex analyses of materials, their production technologies, properties etc.; to analyse and judge existing engineering solutions in the field of materials and to propose new innovative solutions. Perform an advanced material design taking into account all relevant properties in use (e.g. external loading; environment, etc.). Design suitable testing methods to evaluate materials properties as well as methods to evaluate materials structure. They are able to analyse obtained results in a highly qualified manner. They are also able to perform some kinds of testing by themselves. Perform sophisticated exercises in the field of materials engineering. Analyse relevant information and on their basis to judge existing technological procedures of material manufacturing and further processing and to propose innovative technological procedures. Exploit acquired knowledge and skills for both fundamental and applied research in the field of materials, mainly for a research and development of innovative materials with higher properties and also for an introduction of these materials into the production. General Competencies The graduates dispose of general competencies in the extent that is defined by the National qualifications framework for tertiary education with emphasis to communication, governing and organisation skills. They are able to communicate at least in one foreign language. Occupational Profiles of Graduates Students of the Advanced Engineering Materials Study Branch will deepen their knowledge in all important groups of materials: from metals, through polymers, structural ceramics up to composites. They will get a deeper understanding of microstructure – property relationships and advanced methods of materials characterization. Students will have an opportunity to work on modern experimental facilities and to participate in the solutions of industrial problems. They can take part of the studies in abroad, what will lead to the improvement of their language skills. All of this will bring them outstanding opportunities in the job market: in industrial companies, in scientific and research institutes, in marketing departments, and in educational organizations, etc. Admission Requirements Determined by Dean, may include entrance examination, other formal documents. Graduation Requirement 120 ECTS Credits, Final state examination, Diploma thesis Course Structure Diagram with ECTS Credits List of courses is available at the detailed branch description page 30 ECTS credit per semester. [-]

Integrated Master's in Engineering and Management of Information System - Post Labor

University of Minho - School of Engineering
Campus Full time 10 semesters September 2017 Portugal Guimarães

This course provides the technical and scientific capacity to access the courses of the second cycle (Master). [+]

Masters in Engineering Design in Europe 2017. Academic degree: Bachelor (Bologna 1st cycle degree), Master's degree ECTS: 300 Duration: 10 curricular semesters Regime: After Working Hours Place: Azurém Campus, Guimarães Main Scientific area: Information Systems and Technologies INTEGRATED MASTER’S | 5 YEARS NORMAL + POST - LABOUR The role of these engineers is to use the information technologies and its applications for organizations. The main actions of these professionals include organizational interventions related to the adoption of IT management technologies and organizational information systems, engineering work and organizational processes and managing organizational knowledge. Graduates also have technology translation skills that allow them to also engage themselves in building applications or establishing the organization's IT infrastructure. They will also be able to work in any organization, regardless of size or sector of the economy and in management and consulting firms [-]

MSc in MECHANICS AND MACHINE DESIGN

Cracow University of Technology
Campus Full time February 2017 Poland Krakow

Program description: Advanced Computational Mechanics (ACM) is addressed for students who want to increase their knowledge in mechanics and computer application in design of structures (CAD, FEM), material design (CAMD), material selection (CAMS), manufacturing (CAM) and monitoring of machines. Program of studies: Regular: Advanced mathematics (4 ECTS), Engineering mathematics II (2 ECTS), Solid state physics (2 ECTS), Continuum mechanics (2 ECTS), Analytical mechanics (2 ECTS), Numerical methods II (2 ECTS), Objectoriented programming (1 ECTS), Material science II (4 ECTS), Modern structural materials (2 ECTS), Advanced modeling of materials and structures (5 ECTS), Modeling in machine design (4 ECTS), Integrated processing systems (3 ECTS), Advanced FEM modeling (4 ECTS), Advanced strength of materials (2 ECTS), Dynamics of mechanical systems (2 ECTS), Experimental mechanics of solids (2 ECTS), Individual project (5 ECTS), Seminar (3 ECTS), Final project (20 ECTS) Total: 675 h [+]

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Master in Software and Service Architectures (SSA)

EIT Digital Master School
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Netherlands Eindhoven Spain Madrid Finland Espoo United Kingdom London France Paris Sweden Stockholm Italy Trento Germany Berlin Hungary Budapest + 16 more

The programme in Software and Service Architectures is an enhanced version of the previous programme on Service Design and Engineering and aims to educate the next generation of service designers and software architects capable of designing and engineering novel software systems to: (i) Drive digitalization of businesses, (ii) Create new businesses based on software intensive services, (iii) Be responsible for the elicitation and definition of what software products and services IT companies should create in order to be successful; (iv) Be responsible for the processes and methods for the effective development of modern software systems. [+]

Masters in Engineering Design in Europe 2017. Formerly known as: Service, Design and Engineering SDE) Why study the EIT Digital Software and Service Architectures programme? The EIT Digital SSA programme offers: Innovative and well grounded education for the next generation of service designers and software architects. Studies at two of Europe´s foremost technical universities leading to a double degree. A good integration with tailored courses in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. A thesis work connected to interesting industrial challenges. Access to the competence of eight EIT Digital innovation action lines (link) not least through a summer school between the two years. Access to the co-location centres and innovation ecosystems of the nine EIT Digital nodes. What is the programme all about? The programme in Software and Service Architectures is an enhanced version of the previous programme on Service Design and Engineering and aims to educate the next generation of service designers and software architects capable of designing and engineering novel software systems to: (i) Drive digitalization of businesses, (ii) Create new businesses based on software intensive services, (iii) Be responsible for the elicitation and definition of what software products and services IT companies should create in order to be successful; (iv) Be responsible for the processes and methods for the effective development of modern software systems. The SSA programme is an interdisciplinary programme that offers courses to enable graduates to take on the following challenges: What software-based businesses should be developed (user centric needs and business focused opportunities) How should software be developed (modern and agile software engineering methodologies integrated with design thinking and User Centric/Service Design methods) How can software be used to generate and improve business benefits (Service Oriented Architectures, Internet of Things, etc.) SSA students will learn to work in teams to guide the software development process of complex information systems. What are the career opportunities for graduates from the programme? The SSA programme approach is multidisciplinary covering a wide range of topics from user studies, user centered development and business process modelling to software engineering, data analysis, software security and highly distributed software system. Graduates from the SSA master’s programme will qualify for jobs in international and local companies involved in digitalized business, in software and service design companies and in software consultancies with a service focus: Graduates will also be able to contribute to and start totally new businesses. Typical job descriptions or titles are; Software and services designer; Software architect; Information System architect; Systems designer / engineer; Business developer; Product manager; Consultant. How is the programme structured? The programme is a double degree programme with studies at a university in one country the first year (entry) and studies at a university in another country the second year (exit). The programme has an integrated technical content (Technical major) and business content (Innovation & Entrepreneurship – I&E minor). The I&E minor is shared between all EIT Master's programmes (link). An integral part of the second year is a Final Degree Project (30 ECTS, including Master's Thesis).The structure and content of the technical major is given below. Where can I study If I choose Software and Service Architectures? Entry - 1st year UNITN - Trento Aalto - Helsinki ELTE - Budapest Exit - 2nd year, specialisation Software and Services for Social systems (UNITN - Trento) Software and Services for Smart Spaces (Aalto - Helsinki) Scalable Systems (ELTE - Budapest) Business Process and Information Management (TU/Eindhoven) Software and Services in the Cloud (UPM - Madrid) Specific Admission Requirements A B.Sc. degree primarily in computer science, software engineering, information systems, telecom or digital media is required. In special cases bachelor degrees from areas like engineering, economics, or industrial arts and design with some potential complementary computer science studies etc. mathematics and programming can be considered. [-]

MASTER OF SC. “KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION IN MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION” (KIMP)

Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Metz - ENIM
Campus Full time 2 semesters September 2017 France Metz

Research, development and innovation of products, machines and manufacturing systems are essential to meet the industrial excellence and competitiveness. This often involves the mechanical sciences, materials science, systems management science and systems modeling and knowledge on systems dynamics. Facing these challenges requires data, information and knowledge to investigate and master the complexity of modern industrial systems. [+]

Course major in “Design, Industrialization, Innovation” 1 THE ENIM INSTITUTION (ECOLE NATIONALE D’INGENIEURS DE METZ) 2 MASTER OF THE CONTEXT Research, development and innovation of products, machines and manufacturing systems are essential to meet the industrial excellence and competitiveness. This often involves the mechanical sciences, materials science, systems management science and systems modeling and knowledge on systems dynamics. Facing these challenges requires data, information and knowledge to investigate and master the complexity of modern industrial systems. The training is organized over two semesters: a) the first semester (October to February) is devoted to theoretical scientific bases and tools, b) the second semester (March to July) is dedicated to a research project in a laboratory or in a company with the Master thesis writing. 1. OBJECTIVES The objectives of the Master “Design, Industrialization, Innovation”, in the specialty “Knowledge Integration in Mechanical Production”, are: - to acquire skills in research and development solutions for improving the efficiency of mechanical manufacturing systems, in particular, and of production general. - to know and Master the innovation approaches of a product, a machine or a manufacturing tool while improving its performance, - to learn how to develop models from data analysis, information and knowledge for studying and mastering the complexity of modern industrial systems, - to learn how to use scientific knowledge in mechanical and materials and information science for the control of manufacturing systems, - to develop scientific skills for solving industrial decision problems, using appropriate methods, techniques and tools. 2. THE MASTER’S ID Scientific field of the Master: "Science, Technology and Health" Statement: “Engineering Sciences and Materials Sciences” Specialty: “Knowledge Integration in Manufacturing Production” Courses major: “Design, Industrialization, Innovation” 3. PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES OF THE COURSES Design and innovation - Design of product and production systems - Innovation of products, systems and services Integrated manufacturing - Knowledge Management - Data and information integration - Products manufacturing and industrialization Management and control of production and logistics - Automatic control of machine - Control of production lines - Organization and management of production and logistics Management of industrial systems - Prognostics and Health Management of machines - Integration of maintenance to the production process - Management of process and resources - Industrial operating risks prevention 4. TEACHING AND TRAINING MODULES Core program (3 Mandatory modules) - UE1: Integrated design and manufacturing - UE2: Gestion de la production - UE3: Analyse de données et Maitrise des incertitudes Customization program (3 optional modules) - UE32: Discrete event system - UE33: Control of production processes - UE34: Products industrialization - UE35: Logistics - UE36: Modeling of enterprises Professionalization program (2 Mandatory modules) - Study of the models of systems evolution and innovation - Level validation for English (certified by a 785 TOEIC score or equivalent) Research and literature review training - Written research report and literature review - Oral presentation of the report Research training based on a scientific research project - Written report of scientific research and study - Oral defense of the scientific research report 5. CREDITS A VALIDER POUR L’OBTENTION DU MASTER - 24 ECTS: Scientific modules (3 core modules et 3 optional modules) - 3 ECTS: Level validation for the English language - 3 ECTS: Validation of the module of “Systems evolution and innovation” - 30 ECTS: Research project including the research and the literature review. 6. ADMISSION REQUIREMENT - Being admitted in the 5th year of ENIM, or - Being a graduate engineer, or - Having successfully completed the first year of a Master program. Download the application form to be filled and return to ENIM. For all questions, contact Prof. Kondo H. Adjallah (adjallah@enim.fr) Head of the KIMP Master Program at ENIM Laboratory of Conception, Optimisation et Modeling of Systems [-]

Master's Degree In Pathology, Expert Opinion And Sustainable Rehabilitation Of Heritage

Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM)
Campus Full time 9 months September 2017 Spain Alcobendas

The Graduate School of the European University, offers an innovative training in the areas of Architecture and Building, Civil, Industrial, Aerospace and ICT. [+]

Masters in Engineering Design in Europe 2017. Masters of the art in Spain The Graduate School of the European University, offers an innovative training in the areas of Architecture and Building, Civil, Industrial, Aerospace and ICT. Our qualifications are focused on the student receives an international training, where the company is actively involved in the development of content and professional practices. Masters of Architecture Area The construction sector (Architecture, Building and Engineering) is living in these years worldwide a crisis and rapid changes required at the same time, a number of opportunities and professional challenges they will have to deal these changes. Consider issues such as the global market, internationality, multidisciplinarity, multiculturalism, integration, new technologies, diversity management, change management, etc., is becoming more necessary and required. WHY STUDY IN THE EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY The rate of employability of our graduates is much higher than those of the current job market: "95% of our students find employment in the first year after completing their studies," in places like Mary Angeles Sánchez Ortega, Head in Central Region IDOM. We have agreements with more than 3,500 companies to offer more internship to our students and our graduates employment. leading companies in their sectors such as Acciona, Movistar, BMW Ibérica, Vodafone, Sony Spain, Bp Oil, Iveco Spain, Airbus Spain, Endesa, Ferrovial, Sacyr, etc. We provide a comprehensive, international university education, designed to help students adjust to the workplace and personal development. Our fundamental principle is academic quality, which reinforced with practical classes and use the latest technology in the classroom. The faculty is highly qualified and has extensive teaching experience, professional and research that enriches the education and training of the student. We are part of Laureate International Universities, a global leader in higher education, with over 1,000,000 students in 80 institutions in 28 countries. This schools network power your international presence, facilitating your trip abroad exchange programs. [-]