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PhD program in Industrial and environmental engineering
Technology

XXXIII cycle - 2017/2018

Duration 3 years
Position 21 position available - 9 scholarships
Director/Coordinator Prof. Paolo Tartarini
PhD website » www.phd-enzoferrari.unimore.it/site/home/research.html
Nota Seven of the available places are reserved, as provided in the Call, for employees of the Companies specified in the Call (industrial doctorate).
Admission Expiration date 13/07/2017 at 13:00
Call for admission

Scientific areas

ING-IND/08 (Fluid Machines), ING-IND/10 (Technical Physics), ING-IND/13 (Applied Mechanics for Machinery), ING-IND/14 (Mechanical Design and Machine Building), ING-IND/15 (Design and Methods for Industrial Engineering), ING-IND/16 (Production Technologies and Systems), ING-IND/21 (Metallurgy),ING-IND/22 (Science and Technology of Materials), ICAR/02 (Maritime Hydraulic Construction and Hydrology), ICAR/03 (Environmental and Health Engineering), ICAR/06 (Topography and Cartography), ICAR/08 (Construction Science), CHIM/07 (Foundations of Chemistry for Technologies)

Admission requirements

Italian second level degree (laurea specialistica, under D.M. 509/99 or laurea magistrale, under D.M. 207/04) or Italian degree obtained prior to D.M. 13 509/99 or equivalent qualification obtained abroad.
More information available in the Call.

Description

The course deals with subjects on Mechanical Engineering and Vehicle, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Materials Engineering.
Starting with the present cycle XXXIII, the course has been structured in three curricula: the first one has the same name of the entire PhD, the second one is named Vehicle Engineering, the third one is named Industry 4.0. This characterization of the territory responds to a specific need, and in particular industrial interests (local but not exclusively) aimed at deepening the research topics related to design and development of all vehicle components and to modern industrial management from a general point of view.
The educational objectives, common to all students, are: advanced training in the disciplines of the industrial and environmental engineering; education to the scientific and technological research; development of the attitude to international scientific cooperation; ability to interact with the industrial and economical district.
In particular, the PhD issues fall in the specific areas provided below.
For the Curriculum on Industrial and Environmental Engineering:
- Mechanical Engineering; issues on aspects related to the design of machines and systems, with particular reference to the skills associated with the thermodynamic, structural, technological, and functional aspects, and with thermal and structural optimization of the machines.
- Civil and Environmental Engineering; issues on topics related to seismic design, energy efficiency, dynamics of pollutants, hydraulics, geomatics, waste management, etc.
- Materials Engineering; issues on aspects related to the design and characterization of new and high-performance materials, study of materials and technologies related to Biomechanics and Bioengineering, etc.
For the Curriculum on Vehicle Engineering:
- Issues on all aspects related to the design, optimization and testing of components of the vehicle and of their ensemble.
- Theoretical, numerical and experimental analysis of motor-related issues, chassis, power supply, transmission, etc. Detailed studies on side issues such as vibration, mechanical stress, comfort in the vehicle, etc.
For the Curriculum on Industry 4.0:
- Issues on all industrial aspects of interdisciplinary skills related to Operations and the analysis of industrial costs enabled by the evolved and intensive use of advanced PLM, MES and ERP systems.
- Data analytics and lifecycle management platforms.
- The training and research path will focus on industrial robotics, integrated design and advanced simulation, on the design, development and management of product-process-service platforms enabled by IoT and User Centered Design technologies, on advanced cognitive and intelligent manufacturing systems Based on digital twin, energy efficiency and sustainability.

Further information is available on the Course's website at:
http://www.phd-enzoferrari.unimore.it/site/home/research.html

Duration

Three years (01/11/2017 - 31/10/2020)

Venue

The course venue is at Modena.


Announcement

» Call for admission and changes

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Based on a rigorous selection process, applications are processed once a year. The admissions will be open in June 2017 (refer to the Calls).

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» Guide for admission application to Ph.D. programmes (coming soon)

Please complete the application form and submit it electronically following the application guide. A non-returnable administrative fee of 25 euro will be charged. The decision on admission as well as on financial support is published on the web.

For further information please contact

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e-mail: segr.postlaurea@unimore.it
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