Additive manufacturing

Training of specialists in the field of additive technologies. Graduates are awarded Ph.D. degree.

Additive technology is a relatively young but very popular area. Potential for developing the given technologies is high and is able to speed up scientific and technological progress growth; scientific laboratories due to 3D printers create innovative materials and fabrics. The use of additive technologies in the industry allows manufacturers to accelerate new samples’ prototyping and shorten the path from idea to implementation.

You will learn how to create and adjust computer (digital) models, organize and conduct technological process of creating products due to computer (digital) models on installations for additive manufacturing, and using, repairing installations for additive manufacturing.

Students will gain practical skills in 30 specialized laboratories furnished with modern equipment and instruments, computer equipment and software. Training uses the latest computer-aided design systems of international level, such as ADEM, SolidWorks, Autodesk, Compass 3D, MSC Nastran, Comsol Multiphysics, and APM Win Machine. For students of this EP, material and technical base was modernized - new expensive equipment was purchased, there appeared a section of additive technologies, contactless digitization laboratory and mechatronics and automation room.

The institute interacts with many foreign technical universities and maintains contacts with professors from TFH University Georg Agricola (Germany), Pennsylvania State University, University of Loraine, AGH University of Science and Technology, CAUST, University of Texas, Braunswille, Liaoning University of Science and Technology (China) and others. Doctoral students undergo internships at technical universities around the world.

Graduates are in demand in engineering and transport industries, at enterprises for manufacturing functional, metallic and nanoscale materials, in design bureaus, and research institutes, also, they occupy senior positions in state structures.