International activities

Eurasia Project: NTNU-KPI Cooperation in Industry 4.0 Education

Partner in Norway: NTNU - Norwegian University of Natural and Technical Sciences, Department of Manufacturing and Civil Engineering

Partner in Ukraine: National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Institute of Mechanical Engineering.

Short description of the project:

The main goal of this project is to offer attractive education in the framework of sustainable production through the exchange of knowledge between NTNU and KPI. This will be done by strengthening existing cooperation between institutions and establishing new contacts among both staff and students.

This project will improve existing courses and programs on production topics related to Industry 4.0 and additive manufacturing, as well as facilitate research on these topics.

In addition, the cooperation is aimed at developing modern teaching methods ("learning factories and simulation" of the training and modeling factory), as well as a program to achieve a better gender balance for staff and students in technical research. A strong academic alliance between the learning environment, in addition to creating attractive learning opportunities and improving the quality of education, will enhance the mobility of both staff and students.

Students studying in partner institutions will be able to access jointly developed courses and learning activities. The introduction of the concept and laboratory of the training factory will change the way of learning technology management and will open new opportunities for innovative research. Moreover, international experience will promote cultural exchange between KPI and NTNU students.

As corruption remains an important issue for Ukraine, we seek to address this issue both through the Industry 4.0 project and approach, and through opportunities for cultural and educational exchanges. In this way, we make it easier for Ukrainian students to become familiar with attitudes towards corruption in Western Europe.

© 2022 Education and Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering
Много шаблонов Joomla на