Presentation on theme: "Caroline McGuire Recruitment & Marketing Co-ordinator Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM)"— Presentation transcript:
1 Caroline McGuire Recruitment & Marketing Co-ordinator Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM)
2 Departments in Engineering Faculty ArchitectureBiomedical EngineeringChemical & Process EngineeringCivil & Environmental EngineeringDesign, Manufacture & Engineering Management (DMEM)Electronic & Electrical EngineeringMechanical & Aerospace EngineeringNaval Architecture & Ocean MarineEngineering23,000 students in university (3rd largest in Scotland)13,000 UG, 10,000 PG3000 students in faculty (biggest in Scotland)300 UG students in department.From University website:The University of Strathclyde began in 1796 when John Anderson, Professor of Natural Philosophy at Glasgow University, left instructions in his will for 'a place of useful learning' - a university open to everyone. His vision was realised when Anderson's University opened later the same year.
3 DMEM = Industrial Engineering DMEM combines teaching ofArt, Manufacturing and BusinesscreatemakemanageDMEMDepartment ofDesign,Manufacture andEngineering ManagementDMEM = Industrial EngineeringDMEM is an interdisciplinary department that is focused on the academic study ofDesign, Manufacture and Operations Management. Our four degree programs focus on different blends of these topics.Knowledge is delivered through three ‘spheres’ of learning. This provides the breadth to learning.The courses develop creative skills, technological knowledge and business acumen.
4 To transform good ideas into products you need ……… To transform good ideas into products you need ………..designers, engineers and managers“To turn really interesting ideas and fledgling technologies into a company that can continue to innovate for years, it requires a lot of disciplines…”Steve Jobs
5 DMEM = Industrial Engineer Only department in UK combining end-to-end multidisciplinary expertise from creative design, through engineering design, manufacture and management of the entire system.CreativeDesignEngineeringManufacturing ProcessesManagement
6 Create… Different models of the design process Total Design Engineering Design : Dyson’s cyclone & ball vacuum cleanerDifferent models of the design processTotal DesignExtreme DesignMechatronic DesignPrototype designConceptual designTypically consists of idea generation, concept development, testing and manufacturing of a physical product or service.Concerned with satisfying and anticipating people's needs and aspirations:Aesthetically pleasingHigh performanceLow costReliableEasy to useEtc.The Dyson product shows the new application of an existing technology (the cyclone). In addition to this, Dyson put lots of effort into understanding the physical issues associated with household cleaning (see steps diagram) and try to develop products to meet those needs.
7 Make… Food and drink Electronics Consumer products Textiles Automotive Designing and managing complex manufacturing systems requires highly skilled and innovative engineersRequires a thorough understanding of manufacturing engineering, assembly technologies and process control in a broad range of industries industries such as:Food and drinkElectronicsConsumer productsTextilesAutomotiveAerospaceThese two Apple products are very well designed from a visual point of view, but it would not be possible without manufacuring excellence. In the product on the left, the stand has been designed so that it is strong enough and well balanced while still looking elegant. The laptop is the thinnest on the market (can fit in an envelope) and to do this there has to be extremely efficient use of space inside.Apple iMac & MacBook Air
8 Prototyping Facilities Digital Design & Manufacture Studio Rapid Prototyping Facility3D Printing3 and 4 axis CNC routersEngraverFused Deposition ModellingLaser cutter/etcherVacuum forming and castingReverse Eng Capability3D Laser Scanner3D Colour Laser ScannerStereo projectorTouch ProbeVirtual Prototyping FacilityDMEM hosts the only integrated physical, virtual and reverse engineering prototyping facility in the UK. The equipment is used to improve all aspects of the design and innovation process and experience. We welcome commercial enquiries: contact David Cunningham
9 Advanced Forming Research Centre: World Class Manufacturing Research Facilities£40 million state of the art research centre supported by industry, 50 fulltime manufacturing researchersLeading partner in largest UK Government High Value Manufacturing initiativeNew extension opened 2014Three major investments£3.5M Largest research Super Plastic Forming (SPF) press in Europe (1,200 tonnes, 1,050C)£1.6M Largest three-roller Flow Forming machine in the UK£2 million rotary forge first in a research facility
10 Manage… Airbus 380, biggest plane in the world, is made up of thousands ofparts and hundreds of people allover the world are involved in itsconstruction.Managing and co-ordinating thesecomplex supply chains andnetworks of CAD and designinformation is a huge challenge.About creating and managing competitive businesses through innovative strategies, products and processes using traditional and contemporary technologies.Requires core knowledge and skills in:Business and managementProduct DevelopmentMarketing and financeLeadership and people managementEntrepreneurshipContemporary technologiesAirbus 380, biggest plane in the world, is made up of thousands of parts and hundreds of people all over the world are involved in its constructing. Managing and co-ordinating these complex supply chains and networks of CAD and design information is a huge challenge. These are the types of issues addressed in management aspects of the course.“Airbus operates 16 manufacturing sites across Europe, most of which produce parts for the new A380 airliner.In a first step, the front and rear sections of the fuselage are loaded on an Airbus RORO ship, Ville de Bordeaux, in Hamburg, northern Germany, whence they are shipped to the United Kingdom. There the huge wings, which are manufactured at Filton in Bristol and Broughton in north Wales, are transported by barge to Mostyn docks, where the ship adds them to its cargo. In Saint-Nazaire, western France, the ship trades the fuselage sections from Hamburg for larger, assembled sections, some of which include the nose. The ship unloads in Bordeaux. Afterwards, the ship picks up the belly and tail sections in Cadiz, southern Spain, and delivers them to Bordeaux.From there, the A380 parts are transported by barge to Langon, and by road to Toulouse, where the A380s are assembled before being flown to Hamburg to be furnished and painted. “
11 Four degree programmes… Product Design Engineering (BEng/ MEng)Product Design & Innovation (BSc)Sports Engineering (BEng/MEng)Production Engineering & Management (BEng/ MEng)Degrees accredited by 3 different institutions:
12 Product Design Engineering Product Design & Innovation Sports EngineeringProduction Engineering & ManagementEach of the four course offer differing specialism around a core program.
13 YearDesignManufacturing & ManagementIntegrativeOtherElective/ Optional1Design 1Technology ConceptsIntroduction to Production Eng and ManagementIntegrating Studies 1Engineering MathematicsMechanical Engineering 1Human anatomy and physiologyEntrepreneurship Theory and Practice2Design 2Design PrototypingProduction Techniques 1Design and Manufacturing ManagementIntegrating Studies 2Electrical and Electronic EngineeringMechanical Engineering 2Biomechanics of human movement – theoryPhysiology of sport and exerciseEntrepreneurship3Design Emotion and ExperienceDesign InteractionMechatronics Design and ApplicationsProduct DevelopmentEngineering DesignInnovation ManagementProduction and Operations ManagementManufacturingProduction Techniques 2Integrating Studies 3Biomechanics of human movement – measurementSports Injury and rehabilitation4Advanced Design MethodsQuality ManagementAdvanced Product Design and ManufactureIndividual Project 1Product Development Project 1Advanced topics in human movementOrthopaedic devices5Global Product DevelopmentGlobal Trends, Strategy & TechnologyManaging Value and Supply NetworksIndividual Project 2Research StudiesProduct Development Project 2Common core across all courses, then course specific modulesEach student does 8 subjects a year, Each degree has different choice of modules
14 Student Experience : Projects Group and individual projectsDesign Studio working
15 Student Experience : Industry Company Visits and Study Tours3rd Year Study Tour to Amsterdam, HollandVisits to Dutch Product Designers
16 What is special about DMEM ? Emphasis on Prototyping from Fast to Functional
17 What is special about DMEM ? Emphasis on tackling open ended projects in groups or as individualsFinal year students do individual projects, here and example of an “Industrial design” project
18 Industrial Design (PDI): Individual Project This and the following few slides are examples of individual student’s projects
23 Entry RequirementsBEng/BSc: H AAAB MEng: AAAA Compulsory Subjects: Maths & Physics/Eng Sci (PDE, PEM) Maths OR Physics/Eng Sci (SE, PDI) Recommended subjects: Product Design, Design & Manufacture, Engineering Science, Graph Comm, Art & Design, Business Management, PE (SE), Biology (SE)
24 DMEM Admissions’ Process No Gathered FieldCompulsory Interview for all applicants who potentially could receive an offerApplications acknowledged on receiptInterview sessions: Jan-MarchOutcome of interview/application: Within 2 days of interviewApplication processed within 2 days of interview
25 Interview Session Overview of DMEM + Courses Opportunity to meet current studentsCreate-Make-Manage activityParents very welcome to attendOne-to-one interviewMotivation/enthusiasm for the course
26 Personal Statement & Reference Applicant’s achievements aside from academicInterests/hobbiesPositions of responsibilitySchool rolesRelevant experience