We focus on research excellence, effective industrial partnerships and creative engineering education.
International (non-EU) students may be eligible for a Faculty of Engineering Excellence Scholarship (FEES) towards their tuition fees of up £3,500* for the first year of their course of study.
Carmen Cummiskey, currently studying MEng Sports Engineering, was announced a winner of the Sports Innovation Challenge at the Sports Innovation Awards held at Glasgow Science Centre on 19th May.
Carmen pitched her idea for a product called "TEQNOX" which is an equestrian body protector. Carmen was awarded £4000, a one year business incubation package at Stirling University Innovation Park and mentoring support.
On Wednesday 22nd June 2016, we are hosting a postgraduate Virtual Open Day and we would like to invite any interested international applicants to join us.
The open day will be delivered entirely online and provide information on all aspects of studying within the Department of Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management at the University of Strathclyde.
During the open day you will get the opportunity to attend various webinars on our Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management disciplines where you can meet academic staff from our department who will provide an invaluable insight into our MSc courses.
You can also attend a question and answer session with our Admissions Team who will answer any questions that you might have relating to your application.
The efficient movement of products is crucial to the success of many established enterprises and emerging business models. Consequently the effective filling and unloading of packages into containers is of interest to businesses ranging from Internet retailers to providers of the reverse logistic services (associated with the circular economy). However despite the significant advances made in algorithmic approaches to packing problems (i.e. 2D nesting of profiles and 3D arrangements for pallet and containers) the solutions generated have limitations.
This workshop will review the state of the art in academic and commercial systems and attempt identify the limitation and opportunities for new forms of computation to enhance the performance of these important system. All welcome.
Please register at http://bit.ly/1r0xPlT