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Graduate
Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering

Core Disciplines

Seven pathways are available for this programme. Pathway A: Numerical Control and Equipment; Pathway B: Equipment Engineering and Intelligence Repairing; Pathway C: Integrated Measuring and Testing in Optical Electromechanical Engineering and Application; Pathway D: Application and Technology of Unmanned Vehicles; Pathway E: Design and Application of Mechanical System; Pathway F: Dynamics and Control Technology of Vehicle System; Pathway G: Design and Manufacturing of Modern Vehicles

Main Courses

Pathway A: Numerical Control and Equipment
It aims at key technology and equipment development of numerical control technology, including advanced numerical control machine tools, development of high performance components, innovative design, optimal design, performance evaluation, testing evaluation, advanced system of numerical control, etc.
Pathway B: Equipment Engineering and Intelligence Repairing
This pathway focuses on combination of practice and theory, concerning the actual demand of enterprises. It aims at studies on technology of electromechanical equipments, including modern engineering technology, status testing and diagnosing, scientific maintenance, energy-saving and emission reduction of equipments, quality control, etc.
Pathway C: Integrated Measuring and Testing in Optical Electromechanical Engineering and Application
This pathway addresses modern measuring and testing technologies in optical electromechanical engineering and development of corresponding system and equipments. It offers the research in the area of modern measuring and testing methods in optical electromechanical system, integration of measuring and testing technology, distance on-line measuring and testing technology, intelligence instruments and virtual instruments, etc. It aims at digitization, informatization, automation, intelligentization, integration of online optical electromechanical system.
Pathway D: Application and Technology of Unmanned Vehicles
This pathway covers the studies on technology and application related to unmanned vehicles, including spatial mechanism, kinematics, dynamics, measuring and testing technology, control technology, etc. It offers exploration on structural design of unmanned vehicles, kinematics and dynamics analysis, a variety of information detection and signal processing, motion planning of unmanned vehicles, motion planning with kinematics and dynamics, intelligence control technology, etc. In terms of unmanned vehicles, this pathway refers to special unmanned vehicles, industry unmanned vehicles, mobile robots, and parallel mechanism robots.
Pathway E: Design and Application of Mechanical System 
This pathway adopts advanced theory, technology and method in designing principles and structure of electromechanical equipments. It covers evaluation of equipment performance, including strength analysis of equipment structure, stress monitoring technology, analysis and control of mechanical vibration, mechanical dynamics, identification and control of mechanical noise source, mechanical fault diagnosis and prediction, etc.
Pathway F: Dynamics and Control Technology of Vehicle System
This pathway aims at studies on traditional vehicles and new energy vehicles in the respect of characteristics of vehicle system dynamics, vehicle whole modeling, analysis and control of simulation evaluation, optimal matching of whole vehicle and components, electric driven technology and BUS technology, and NVH control technology.
Pathway G: Design and Manufacturing of Modern Vehicles
It explores modern design method and advanced manufacturing technology of vehicles and key components, including lightweight vehicles based on CAE (theories and methods), digitization of automotive production, digital modeling technology of whole vehicle and components, analysis and simulation of digitized products, reverse engineering theory and technology, integration of CAD/CAM/CAE technology combined with Rapid Prototyping Manufacturing, and manufacturing of lightweight vehicles.

Graduate
Master of Engineering in Industrial Design in Advanced Manufacturing and Equipment

Core Disciplines

This programme offers two pathways: Pathway A: Innovative Theories and Methodologies in Industrial Design; Pathway B: Innovative Design of Industrial Product

Main Courses

Pathway A: Innovative Theories and Methodologies in Industrial Design
This pathway addresses innovative activities in designing manufacturing equipments. It deploys social research methods and scientific experiments to research on innovative design theories and methodologies for advanced manufacturing industry.
Pathway B: Innovative Design of Industrial Product
It aims at studies on industrial products , covering researches on innovative design of advanced manufacturing equipments based on design theories and methods.

Graduate
Master of Engineering in Dynamics and Control of Advanced Equipment

Core Disciplines

Two pathways are available for this programme: Pathway A: Dynamics and Control of Multi-body Mechanical Engineering; Pathway B: Dynamics and Optimal of Equipment Structure

Main Courses

Pathway A: Dynamics and Control of Multi-body Mechanical Engineering
Based on the knowledge in the field of multi-body system dynamics, modern control theory, and non-linear dynamics, this pathway focuses on studies of advanced equipments in mechanical engineering. It covers modeling of multi-body mechanical system, value calculation, simulation and control, etc. It also explores operation and dynamic evolution of advanced equipments.
Pathway B: Dynamics and Optimal of Equipment Structure 
This pathway aim at researches on shock absorption and digital noise reduction of new composite materials on advanced equipments and unmanned vehicles, such as aero and mechanical vehicles. It covers dynamics studies under complexed circumstances, non-linear dynamics, and structural deformation.
  

Graduate
Master of Engineering in Vehicle Engineering

Core Disciplines

Three pathways are available for this programme: Pathway A: Dynamics of Automotive System and Structure Optimization; Pathway B: New Energy Vehicle and Electronic Control Technology; Pathway C: Design and Manufacturing Technology

Main Courses

Pathway A: Dynamics of Automotive System and Structure Optimization 
This pathway aims at studies on vehicle key assembly, including features of vehicle dynamics, integrated development of vehicles, optimal matching of systems and NVH control technology, and a multi-disciplinary structure optimization based on stiffness, strength, fatigue, and safety performance in crash tests.
Pathway B: New Energy Vehicle and Electronic Control Technology
It researches and explores in the area of design theory of new energy vehicles and system integration and control, with emphasis on design of electric vehicles, system optimal matching and control, car chassis control technology, electric driven technology and wire control technology, performance of battery pack, road appreciation technology based on machine vision, and unmanned driving technology on special cars.
Pathway C: Design and Manufacturing Technology
This pathway aims at researches in the area of reverse engineering design technology, theories and methodologies of lightweight vehicles based on CAE, lightweight materials manufacturing process, techniques of hydroforming and press forming of automobile components, vacuum die-casting of aluminium- magnesium alloy components, laser welding of high strength steel, integration of CAD/CAM/CAE combined with Rapid Prototyping Manufacturing.

Graduate
Master of Engineering in Mechanical Design and Theory

Core Disciplines

Three pathways are available for this programme: Pathway A: Modern Machine Design Methodology; Pathway B: Mechanical Transmission; Pathway C: Design and Application of Mechatronics System

Main Courses

Pathway A: Modern Machine Design Methodology
This pathway covers studies on modern design technology and methodology, dynamic digital design of products, simulation technology and virtual design, optimization of product design and reliability analysis, and innovative design.
Pathway B: Mechanical Transmission
It offers research on theories and technology of modern transmission and design and manufacturing of neo-mechanical transmission technology, including industrialization of low speed high torque hydraulic motor with non-circular gear, non-circular gear energy-saving pumping unit, Neo-Limited Slip Differential, etc.
Pathway C: Design and Application of Mechatronics System
This pathway focuses on design and performance analysis of mechatronics system which aims at making breakthrough in the field of robotics and application technology, underwater robots and in-pipe robots. It also covers dynamics of mechanical system and its control, including multi-body system dynamics, robotic movement planning, aerodynamics, and non-linear dynamics for complex cables.
This pathway has been sponsored by a number of National Natural Science Foundation of China and Beijing Municipal Natural Science Foundation.

Graduate
Master of Engineering in Mechanical Manufacturing and Automation

Core Disciplines

Three pathways are available for this programme: Pathway A: Numerical Control and Equipment; Pathway B: Manufacturing Information Technology; Pathway C: Computer Aided Manufacturing

Main Courses

Pathway A: Numerical Control and Equipment
This pathway covers research in the area of machine tool design technology, intelligence control, innovative development of machine tools, measuring and testing of machine tools, development of special equipments, high speed machining technology, intelligence control of machine tools, etc.
Pathway B: Manufacturing Information Technology
It addresses the importance of CAD/CAM/CAE integration technology, including information modeling techniques, computer manufacturing unit technology and integration strategy, and research on modern manufacturing system.
Pathway C: Computer Aided Manufacturing
This pathway focuses on computer simulation of manufacturing unit and production line, static and dynamic prediction on function of production line, strategies of system layout, adjustment and control, and planning of production line.
This pathway has been sponsored by Beijing Municipal Commission Science and Technology and achieved preeminent research results in machine tool designing.

Graduate
Master of Engineering in Mechanical Electronics

Core Disciplines

Three pathways are available for this programme: Pathway A: Monitoring and Diagnosis of Electromechanical System; Pathway B: System and Technology of Integrated Measuring and Testing in Optical Electromechanical Engineering; Pathway C: Robot Technology

Main Courses

Pathway A: Monitoring and Diagnosis of Electromechanical System
This pathway addresses technology of monitoring electromechanical system, problem diagnosis technology, integration of test and control system, long-distance online surveillance technology, technology of intelligent surveillance instruments, and Virtual Instrumentation technology.
Pathway B: System and Technology of Integrated Measuring and Testing in Optical Electromechanical Engineering
This pathway originates in the idea of flexible development in modern instruments production. It offers an open, flexible development platform on which instrumentation system could be integrated , experimented and tested in a timely manner. It aims at promote the prompt response of the instrumentation business to market changes. Also included in this pathway is research on photocurrent detection and analyzing equipments, products, and corresponding software requested.
Pathway C: Robot Technology:
This pathway covers a variety of academic fields in mechanical electronics, multi-sensor fusion, embedded control technology, communication technology, computer vision, artificial intelligence technology, etc. Solid foundation and rich experiences have been laid and accumulated in underwater vehicle technology.
This pathway has also been successively sponsored by a number of National Natural Science Foundation of China and other state-level foundations. It was awarded Second Prize of National Science and Technology Advancement.