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Moscow Polytech
30 March 2018

The mechanical engineering faculty of the Moscow Poly: prospects for our students at the labor market

March 29 Acting Rector of the Moscow Poly Vladimir Miklushevskiy held a working meeting with heads of the educational programs and departments of the mechanical engineering faculty.


Dean Evgeniy Safonov spoke of the prospects for the faculty. The engineering faculty is composed of 10 training-and-research laboratories and 8 departments. Once a year, sittings of expert councils are arranged for each training directions, where the level of the educational programs of the faculty is discussed and evaluated. Besides, the trends and priorities in industrial development are defined there, professional requirements to the graduates are ascertained, recommendations are formed concerning modernization of the block of professional disciplines, and involvement of practical specialists from industry in the academic process is discussed.

Over two thousand students are trained at the faculty. They take part in hackathons and WorldSkills championships, pass practical courses and internship at the leading companies of Russia and the world – Schuler, The Union of Machine Manufacturers of Russia, Rosatom, NAMI, Kia Motors, Sukhoy, Kamaz, “TsNIITMASh”, the group STAN and others. The students acquire special skills for the work in the machine building sector of the industry of technologies – they study technology of materials plastic processing, and, as well, technology of adaptive, welding and foundry production, learn to develop and operate electronic, micro-processing and computer control systems.

The faculty students take part in the project activity from the first year, develop engineering manufactures or technical solutions for real customers. Here are some of the faculty projects – a gantry machine, technology of electric-erosion processing and technology of adaptive robotic assembling. The design of the gantry machine allows to raise the details processing precision owing to increased rigidity. While the technology of the electric-erosion processing is widely used for manufacturing gas turbine engines. Due to mechanical impact of the metal arc the detail surface gets destructed, and that allows, for example, to make holes of various shapes. The technology of adaptive robotic assembly, in turn, enables intellectualization of processing devices, allows replacement of manual bench work with processing on the CNC machines.

In addition, an exhibition “Science-art education 2017: convergence of art and technologies” was opened at the faculty. The works, presented at the exhibition, combine nano-, bio-, and information technologies with art. It results in an image of a technologic future. Art is examined as a means to pack the image of the giant volumes of information in a creative way, and thus provide their rooting in the reality.


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