Engineering and Industrial Design, Machine Construction, Metallurgy, and Manufacturing Technologies

The curriculum pursues the education of researchers and high-qualified engineers, operating in the fields of Mechanical Engineering and able to address issues related to design and researchactivities in disciplines such as: 

  • Tribological behavior of metallic materials, with and without surface modifications
  • Metallurgical features of metallic components produced by innovative process, such as additive manufacturing
  • Mechanical design and structures
  • Microstructure and mechanical properties of advanced metals and metal matrix composites
  • Experimental stress analysis, characterization and development of constitutive models
  • Design methods and tools in industrial engineering
  • Mechanical technologies and materials
  • Additive manufacturing of metal components

  • Optical micrograph of an Al alloy produced by Selective Laser Melting

  • Rendering of an industrial product