Research and Innovation of manufacturing processes and products require scientists and technologists capable of solving complex problems, and of proposing disruptive solutions in different areas of knowledge.
While studying the Master of Science in Manufacturing Systems, students will participate in inspiring projects that provide them with the skills to successfully meet these and other next-generation manufacturing challenges, in fields such as Industry 4.0, Nanotechnology, Bioengineering and Industries such as Automotive and Aerospace
The objective of this program is to train professionals for industry, who, as agents of change, will be capable of technological development, innovation and technology transfer, in new product, manufacturing materials and productive process design settings.
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Engineers from all disciplines. Due to its interdisciplinary nature, the development and technological improvement of manufacturing systems requires the interaction of multiple areas of knowledge.
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At the end of this program the graduate will be able to:
Plan, manage, and conduct research and development projects in the field of design and manufacture of high value-added products and their materials
Work as part of multidisciplinary groups in the research and innovation of new products, manufacturing processes