Mechatronic Systems Engineering and Product Innovation

In this Summer School you will have an introduction to the demanding topics of generating product innovations. You will get introduced into the aspects of mechanical engineering to create and engineer cutting-edge innovative products.

The Institute for Engineering Design focuses especially on computer-aided product design and development - the elementary ingredients for innovation and technology leadership. Within their very interdisciplinary team, the IKT provides a practice-oriented education, which is based on distinct cooperation with international industry partners and application-oriented specific research. For decades, the IKT has been training outstanding engineers in the field of systematic product development as a worldwide recognized institution in the field of design methodology and product life-cycle management. In our four competency groups, research is being done on a broad interdisciplinary spectrum of current, future and industry-related issues.

Quickfacts

Study format:
Summer School
Duration:
3 weeks (June 25 to July 13, 2018)
Scope:
90 Teaching Units
Conditions:
B.Sc./B.E. student, minimum age 18 years
Course fees:
2800 euros
Qualification:
Certificate (containing list of modules, workload and grades for acknowledgement of the ECTS Credits at your home university)
Language:
English

Contact

Dr. Alexandra Pereira Martins

Summer and Winter School Office
RWTH International Academy gGmbH
Campus-Boulevard 30
52074 Aachen

Tel: +49 241 80-27693

PLEASE NOTE:

In some programs, there are Scholarships available for highly qualified students. To check if you are eligible for one of our Scholarships, please have a look at:  "Scholarships - Eligible Countries and Universities" in "Fees, Expenses and Scholarships". Should you apply for one of the scholarships, you have to add a letter of recommendation!

Mechatronic Systems Engineering and Product Innovation Information 2017 | pdf, 3 MiB

Engineering Summer and Winter Schools at RWTH

The Summer School from a Student's Perspective

Thank you Thanatchai Wongjirad!