CentraleSupélec are looking for highly motivated, bachelor-level, international students to participate in this exciting summer school in industry 4.0.
With the industrial world looking at ways of how to overcome increasing demands on product performance and product individualisation, there is an increasing need to exploit product development to cope with these business challenges.
Held in fanciful Helsinki Finland at the Design Factory at Aalto University, this PhD researcher course will cover the latest research in modularity and product architecture.
The Summer School on Tolerance Management from in Erlangen focuses on the knowledge and experience exchange between industry, research and young talents in tolerancing.
CEDAR, with the support (pending) of the National Science Foundation, will be hosting a two week Summer School that will introduce graduate students to three research methods of case study, protocol analysis, and designer experiments.
This spring school is open to 20 people from EcoSD network and the Design Society. It is supervised by Pr. Bernard Yannou of CentraleSupélec, administrator of EcoSD and member of the Design Society.