Training of research personnel in the field of industrial and production engineering, able to study the issues of system engineering, mechanical engineering, construction, management, finance and ergonomics and develop new methods of designing industrial systems.
Industrial and manufacturing research engineers use specialized knowledge and skills in the field of mathematical, physical and social sciences, as well as the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design, to evaluate the results obtained by various systems. Based on these results, they can create new systems, as well as improve the product quality and performance of other systems and machines.
The curriculum is developed in accordance with the curricula of the best research and engineering universities in the United States, such as Harvard University, Stanford University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Pennsylvania, Duke University and Johns Hopkins University.
Doctoral students start working with the advanced research and developing projects from the first study day. The included courses, such as computer simulation (in particular, simulation of discrete events), provide an opportunity to gain a high level of research skills for effective and successful work in industrial innovation teams.
Graduates of the program successfully work in laboratories in large manufacturing companies and research institutes as teachers at higher educational institutions.