Currently the DEMI has 38 teachers and 5 staff elements.The teachers of the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering collaborate with various public and private institutions, particularly in developing research projects in scientific and technological areas relevant to Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
Research group focuses on inter-organizational networks and relationships, strategies and strategy processes, as well as industrial service business.
The group intends to develop both theory and practice, reach the international scientific community through high-quality publications, as well as utilize and develop scientific knowledge in cooperation with company partners.
In any case, their ability to develop, integrate, communicate and learn new concepts will, in a more strict sense, be an added value for the organizations in which they are integrated and, in a more broad sense, to the whole society.
Structure Doctors in Industrial Engineering may work at Universities and Higher Education Institutions and Polytechnics, laboratories and research and development, public or private companies and public administration.
2) TUTA4052 State-of-Art litterature review (2 ECTS) 3) TUTA4053 Reporting and presenting the results/conclusions of the research work within three years from the start of the studies (2 ECTS) Teaching methods: Seminars.
Modes of Study: completing all three parts of the seminar and active participation at the seminars.Courses should include studies in philosophy of science and at least one course of quantitative/ qualitative research methods.Mandatory course to every new doctoral student starting from 1.8.2014: TUTA4050 Industrial Management Seminars Credits: 6 ECTSLearning Outcomes: Seminar will support doctoral students´ progress in studies and research work so that the doctoral degree can be finished within target time.This enrichment is provided along with a more general curricular education, mainly oriented to the domain of research methodologies and qualitative and quantitative methods to support research.The goal is to achieve an objective of methodological nature, ensuring the establishment of basic foundations, to build upon, strong and consistently, the production of new knowledge.Moreover, it should be noted, that the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering evidences a sustained and diversified experience of doctorates in these scientific domains, naturally potentiating the conditions of success for the development of research projects.The proposed curricular route offers the doctoral students the opportunity to update their knowledge in some of the above mentioned areas.Contents: The course consists of three compulsory parts: 1) TUTA4051 Presentation of research plan and answering comments in the seminar within one year from the start of the studies.Acting as an opponent for fellow doctoral students (2 ECTS).The aim of the doctoral program in Industrial Engineering is to offer high-level education in this scientific, enlarging the knowledge frontiers.The Industrial Engineering has a markedly cross-domain character.