Students who pursue a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) often have an intense interest in academic knowledge and research. A PhD often follows after completion of a master’s degree, but not all programs require one.
What is a PhD in Mechatronics? Students engage in coursework related to thermal fluids, advanced materials, precision manufacturing, electromechanical integration and more. All programs require the completion and passage of a dissertation requirement. Students may also be required to work with and test artificial intelligence, medical equipment, industrial systems and more. In addition to written work, graduates will work in labs and use applied examples to further their knowledge, skills and training. Some programs also require scholars to publish papers in scientific journals during their tenure. Programs are offered on a full-time or part-time basis with on-campus instruction, with the duration dependent upon enrollment status.
Learning how to design products can expand a student’s post-graduate employment opportunities and potentially help invent original products. General knowledge of engineering and project management skills equip students to handle personal projects outside of work.
The cost of doctoral programs varies depending upon institution and enrollment status. Conducting rigorous financial research will yield the best program for individual students.
A PhD in Mechatronics equips graduates to work in academia or research institutions. Students have also been engaged in employment in manufacturing, chemical processing, aerospace industry, automation and control system design, healthcare, and communication. Graduates have become control-system engineers, consultants, data-logging engineers, inventors, product developers, electro-mechanical technicians and more. The general engineering knowledge gained works in students’ favor in the post-graduate workforce.
Most programs require full-time campus attendance, but options are available in various countries. Pursue your degree, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Besides knowledge-based courses, the hands-on activities, the cultivation of creativity, and the capstone courses are specially offered in our training. [+]
In 2002 the Doctor’s Degree in Mechatronic Engineering was authorized. The main research areas include Robotic technique/ Mechatronic system control and autoimmunization/ Hydraulic transmission and ... [+]
Doctor Degree in Mechatronic Engineering
In 2002 the Doctor’s Degree in Mechatronic Engineering was authorized. The main research areas include Robotic technique/ Mechatronic system control and autoimmunization/ Hydraulic transmission and control /Sensor and Measurement-control Technology. About forty research projects of state-level and local government-level are being carried out now. Many research achievements, such as “Underwater Tool Operation Storehouse”, have been acquired. Having formed the teaching and researching team which has strong research competence，rich teaching experiences and rational age composition. Most of the teachers have been to USA/European countries /Japan to study or undergo researching，possessing the good conditions teaching in English.... [-]
Graduates are expected, through research, to specialise and set up and run experiments of various sophistications. [+]
Graduates are expected, through research, to specialise and set up and run experiments of various sophistications.[-]
Materials Science and Engineering: Biomaterials and biomedical technologies, Coatings and surface treatments, Corrosion and wear, Experimental characterization and numerical modeling of the material behavior, High-strength glasses and ceramics, Powder metallurgy, Polymers and composite materials, Materials and technologies for cultural heritage, Materials chemistry, Materials for energy, Nanostructured materials, mechanical properties, smart materials, materials production technologies, production process, Manufacturing processes. [+]
FIRST CALL 2018
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 22 AUGUST 2018, hrs. 4.00 PM (+2 GMT)
During the filling out of the application, online candidates must choose which Research area(s) (max. 2, specifying the order of preference) they are interested to apply for.
The subsequent publication of the second call for applications with positions covered by research fellowships (Assegni di ricerca) is foreseen; all positions in the second call will be on specific topics. Applications for the second call will also be accepted by the participants of this first call, but those who will be winners both in the selection of the first call and in that of the second, will be automatically removed from the first since the winnings on the second call will be considered the first choice for the candidate and therefore binding... [-]