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Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management

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  • DMEM graduates win at the IED Annual Awards

    Once again DMEM has been successful at this year’s Institution of Engineering Designers (IED) Annual Awards.  The IED annual awards are given to IED student members who produce exceptional final year projects and the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management has a strong record of success in its submissions. 

    Congratulations to Joey Ho, who has recently graduated in Product Design Engineering, who won the Individual Prize for her project, “Improving Spinal Health through better sitting habits”.

    The Group Prize was awarded to the following DMEM recent graduates for their project on “Solar Panel Deployment”:

    • Michael Northcote
    • Amie Walker
    • Yee May Chau
    • Muhammad Hazim Bin Fakhri
    • Mairi Mitchell
  • DMEM announced new partnership with High Speed Sustainable Manufacturing Institute (HSSMI)

    The Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM), University of Strathclyde is delighted to announce a new partnership with the High Speed Sustainable Manufacturing Institute (HSSMI), following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in early September 2016.

    The partnership between DMEM and HSSMI will enable the organisations to address some of the key challenges facing Scottish manufacturing, through manufacturing-based collaborative research, engineering service projects and events.

  • DMEM students win Scottish Institute for Enterprise's "I'm an Innovator" competition

    DMEM students Alex Rollings and Alison Cunningham won the Scottish Institute for Enterprise's "I'm an Innovator" competition, which sought to inspire the next generation of social entrepreneurs by challenging students to come up with new ideas which would have a positive social impact.

    Alex and Alison's winning entry, Innobox, used storytelling and problem solving to encourage child's interest in STEM subjects.

    Fellow DMEM students, Glen McMurchy, received second prize  for his entry, a new modular design for wind towers.


  • Saturday
    University Open Day

    The next University Open Day in 2016 is on:

    • Saturday 8 October 2016, 10am-2pm

    Please register your attendance.

  • Saturday

    DMEM Information Session

    DMEM will be running an Information Session following the University Open Day where you will be provided with an overview of our department, learn more about our courses from current students and academics, and tour of state of the art facilities.

    • Saturday 8th October, 1.30-3pm


  • Thursday
    Strathclyde Institute for Operations Management (SIOM) Showcase

    Strathclyde Institute for Operations Management is hosting an inspiring thought leadership event at the Technology and Innovation Centre.

    This event will focus on enhancing our Operations Management capability, learning from the Manufacturing sector, using specific examples and case studies that demonstrate high productivity focused on high value and optimum cost business models.

    Register free: https://siom-showcase.eventbrite.co.uk

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Graduate uses prize money to help others in Malawi

Jose Hidalgo-Clyne, an MEng graduate in Product Design Engineering won prestigious Prince Philip Prize and undertook a voluntary placement in Malawi.

Jose Hidalgo-Clyne, MEng Product Design Engineering, receiving Hammermen Award

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