This Master’s program trains universal professionals in certification and analytical management. Students learn how to implement modern methods and tools for design and operation, main principles of cost-efficiency, and develop quality management systems. They also become familiar with the best practices to improve production processes based on chemical composition, structure, and physical, mechanical and operational product properties. Our graduates become auditors at large companies, carry out accreditation of R&D labs and work as quality managers at Russian and international companies.
The program trains professionals in research, creation and development of technologies of metal and alloy deformation processing. During the course students develop new technological processes of plastic deforming and reveal fundamental principles of structure and metal property formation. Among innovative research they carry out are the creation of industrially applicable methods of intensive plastic deformation that allows to produce unique combinations of various metals and alloys including titanium alloys for bone implants and new aluminum alloys.
Students research into key casting stages, casting tooling design and simulation processes of casting form melt filling, as well as characteristic features of casting structure and ingot defects. During their own research projects students develop new metals and alloys using modern digital technologies: they forecast the future material properties, create casting prototypes, and use additive manufacturing technologies. Students also study properties of synthetic diamonds, jewelry and decorative metals, describe mineral properties while creating artistic and technical items.
The program targets training professionals in research, development and improvement of technological processes of non-ferrous, rare and noble metal and alloy production such as platinum, gold, copper, nickel and titanium. They are widely used in electric engineering, nuclear power and space industries. Students also learn additive technologies – use of non-ferrous metal for production involving powder metallurgy method and anti-corrosion coatings. During their R&D projects students develop new technological processes, reveal physical and chemical laws to improve production efficiency and competitive properties of materials they have created.
The curriculum includes student research, simulation of destructions processes as applied to materials and parts manufactured from different alloys, and proposals on efficient methods and means of material protection. Special emphasis is made on the study of new technologies including material production additive methods, reasons for the destruction of newly developed materials, elaboration and creation of coatings and means of their application, and statistic methods of data forecasting and analysis. During the years of study our students are engaged in R&D activities at NUST MISIS advanced labs and scientific centers where they either work independently or join project teams led by experienced scientists.
On the stage of transition to Industry 4.0 production enterprises change their approaches to logistic process planning and implementation in particular based on “green” logistics sustainable trend. During the program our student learn to analyze the market of natural and secondary metal and material resources, control product, raw material and power flows, forecast the product quality and supplies to customers. Special attention is given to the use of new technologies in metallurgy including the stages of production and global recycling, safe functioning guarantee and development of industrial cities and megalopolises.
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