Miodownik wins Royal Society Faraday Prize and Lecture
“Professor Miodownik represents the excellent calibre of public engagement that the Michael Faraday Prize aims to celebrate." Professor Russell Foster CBE FMedSci FRS.Read more
To provide experience of working as a multi-disciplinary group, in liaison, where possible, with industry, in order to design a complex engineering product/system or service under stringent time and resource limitations. It provides the students with an opportunity to apply the engineering knowledge and skills acquired in the earlier part of the course to a multifaceted design problem. It also presents the students with an opportunity to: apply formal project management techniques such as planning, resource allocation, cost estimation, project monitoring and reporting; to develop commercial skills and business awareness. This module runs over the second and third terms of the academic year for all MSc students in Mechanical Engineering and Power Systems Engineering. The projects are wide ranging in their theme and each is championed by an individual academic. The students choose their own project and group members but will be limited to only approximately six members per group.
|Title:||Group Design Project|
|Taught By:||Dr. PJ Tan (Module Coordinator)|