Moscow Poly Creates Centers for Reverse Engineering and Technological Support
In 2023, Moscow Poly is to establish centers for reverse engineering and technological support as part of the “Affordable Car” strategic project. This was announced by the head of the project Pablo Iturralde at an installation session on the implementation of the “Priority 2030” program. The meeting was headed by the University president Vladimir Miklushevskii.
The Center for Reverse Engineering will involve the work of IT specialists, experts in material science and additive technologies, microclimate and electrical equipment, as well as designers and others experts. The research into the existing technologies will be held and based on the acquired data advanced models will be created.
Pablo Iturralde said:
“We`re also planning to establish a Technology Support Center at the University, which will allow to purchase equipment in a targeted manner and operate it competently. The Centre will optimize technological processes and develop software for new equipment. This will unify and improve the quality of production processes”.
Moscow Poly will also establish a center for multiple access, so that the equipment would be operated by specialists fr om various fields and faculties. Much attention will be paid to developing VR Design lab that, among other things, is engaged in making digital twins.
So far, the University has several industrial partners. With them, the University has already drafted cooperation roadmaps for the next year, as well as the plans of joint work for the decade ahead. Thus, in addition to the implementing specific projects for such companies as “Avtotor”, “Mercator Holding”, and “G-Drive Racing”, Moscow Poly will train specialists for them. Various meetings will take place with the representatives of the companies, wh ere they`ll voice their preferences for the new coming employees. As a result, a number of educational programs will be updated to meet the employers` requirements.
Reference: In December 2022, Moscow Poly won a part of the funding in “Branch and Regional Leadership”. The University presented the “Accessible Car” project. The University held plans to create a domestic engineering school of electric vehicles and thus contribute to the achievement of Russian technological sovereignty.