Manufacturing Processes Division


Manufacturing processes Group

Manufacturing Research is committed to advance industrial capability in a globally competitive marketplace by identifying, understanding, developing and transferring critical technologies to industry. Innovative and creative solutions to interesting, challenging problems are the hallmarks of the Groups programs. Research focuses on materials processing (polymers, metals, ceramics, semi-conductors, and composites), monitoring and control of manufacturing processes (mechanical and chemical material removal, joining, net-shaping, and solidification), and electronic packaging. The group also performs research in Design, focused on intelligent design systems and on machine and equipment design. Central to the Groups research is a science-based understanding of the fundamentals of these key processes and technologies, and their reduction to practice.


General Regulations for Master of Science Program in Manufacturing processes


For more details on the curriculum of the group please refer to Applied Mechanics Group