International Summer School on Industrial Engineering for AdvancedAutomotive

Year 2021
Code 5846
Main Department Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale - DIN
Campus Bologna
Credits 6
Cost € 4.000
Application deadline Jul 09, 2021 (Expired)
Selection date July 14, 2021. In the event that the number of candidates is such that the interviews cannot be completed on that date, the selections will continue on July 15, 2021. The interviews will take place online.
Enrolment start and end from 23 July 2021 to 5 August 2021
Subject area
Sciences and technology
Learning outcomes
The programme lasts for 2 weeks, classroom training is delivered in English, awards 6 ECTS/ CFU credits and aims the following learning outcomes : better develop the learning of future engineers coming from the curricula activated within the master's degree of Advanced Automotive Engineering.This proposal intends, therefore, to prepare and specialize high-level professionals in the mechanical, motoring and production fields dedicated to the automotive industrial world, particularly present in the Emilia Romagna region.
Number of participants
min. 10 max 30
Duration
2 weeks
Language
English
Admission qualifications
- Bachelor's degree in industrial engineering or information engineering graduation classes obtained under D.M. 270/04 or first cycle degree obtained under the laws previously in force (DM 509/99 and Old Regulations);

- First cycle degree obtained abroad deemed equivalent to those described in point above by the admission committee, for the purposes of admission to the Master.

In order to compete for the assignment of the 20 participation fee exemptions, it is required at least one of the following requirements:

- to be enrolled in the International Master's Degree in Advanced Automotive Engineering, specifically in one of the three curricula operative in Bologna: Advanced Powertrain, Advanced Motorcycle Engineering and Advanced Sportcars Manufacturing;

- to be enrolled in the International Master's Degree in Advanced Automotive Engineering, specifically in one of the three curricula operative at the Modena, Parma and Ferrara Campuses or at foreign universities that collaborate with the Summer School.
Selection criteria
Admission to the Summer School is subject to a positive opinion based on evaluation of qualifications and motivational interview. In case of lack of certification attesting the knowledge of English Language at a minimum level of B2, the Commission reserves the right to carry out part of the interview in English in order to verify the candidate's level.
Study plan
  • Optimisation and lightweight design and manufacturing of automotive components - ING-IND/14 - Professor: Dario Croccolo;
  • Management strategies for the supply chain inbound to the production system-Impact of Industry4.0 technologies on the Automotive manufacturing and assembly systems-The role of digitaltwins in the automotive production systems - ING-IND/17 - Professor: Alberto Regattieri;
  • Vehicle dynamics applied to hybrid and electrified motorcycles and cars - ING-IND/13 - Professor: Alberto Martini;
  • Design, modelling and control of hybrid and electric powertrains - ING-IND/08 - Professor: Nicolò Cavina;
  • Life Cycle Assessment of hybrid and electric vehicles - Ethical and legal aspects related todigitisation and use of Artificial Intelligence in automotive applications - Other topics TBD - CHIM/12 - Professor: Fabrizio Passarini;
  • TBD with Cornell University Professors 

Dott.ssa Nadia Borelli

nadia.borelli2@unibo.it

Tel:

051 2091409