Ogni modulo equivale a 3 crediti ECTS. È possibile scegliere un totale di 10 moduli/30 ECTS nelle seguenti categorie:
- 12-15 crediti ECTS in moduli tecnico-scientifici (TSM)
I moduli TSM trasmettono competenze tecniche specifiche del profilo e si integrano ai moduli di approfondimento decentralizzati.
- 9-12 crediti ECTS in basi teoriche ampliate (FTP)
I moduli FTP trattano principalmente basi teoriche come la matematica, la fisica, la teoria dell’informazione, la chimica ecc. I moduli ampliano la competenza scientifica dello studente e contribuiscono a creare un importante sinergia tra i concetti astratti e l’applicazione fondamentale per l’innovazione
- 6-9 crediti ECTS in moduli di contesto (CM)
I moduli CM trasmettono competenze supplementari in settori quali gestione delle tecnologie, economia aziendale, comunicazione, gestione dei progetti, diritto dei brevetti, diritto contrattuale ecc.
La descrizione del modulo (scarica il pdf)riporta le informazioni linguistiche per ogni modulo, suddivise nelle seguenti categorie:
By the end of this course, students will have acquired the skills to analyse, understand and identify the design process environment for microengineering devices. The course includes concepts specific to design processes in microengineering, such as the specificities due to the size of devices and microfabrication tools.
Students will be trained to understand the customer's need, formalise the problem, establish the requirements and derive the primary specifications. They will also know how to build the functional and physical architectures, and, if necessary, simulate, predict and validate the behaviours and performances to analyse the safety of operation. The course is designed to integrate concrete cases, allowing students to build a reference base.
Basic knowledge of design methodologies
Obiettivi di apprendimento
- Know how to apply design methods (writing functional specifications, functional analysis, FMECA, FRDPARRC...) and how to choose the most suitable in a given design process.
- Integrate into the design the specificities of the physical phenomena of microengineering products by implementing, if necessary, multiphysics simulation software.
- Understand and consider microengineering interactions for the production and maintenance of prototypes or series products.
- At the end of the course, the student will be able to apply and critically examine design techniques in microengineering in order to produce solutions that take into account health and safety aspects while respecting environmental and economic constraints.
- (a+b) a theoretical periods + b practical exercises/application periods
- (3+2) Design methods (e.g., FRDPARRC)
- writing functional specifications
- functional analysis
- choice of the most suitable method in a given design process (examples and application cases)
- presentation of typical software (Knowllence: Robust Engineering Suite - Medical Device Suite)
- (3+1) Specificities of microengineering products (change of scale and change of physics)
- multi-physics simulation software
- (3+1) Microengineering interactions for production and maintenance
- prototype vs. series products (traceability, documentation, manufacturing environment (design master file), standards)
- Health and safety aspects, environmental and economic constraints (review of projects that have more or less successfully taken these aspects into account)
Metodologie di insegnamento e apprendimento
Lecture-type classes, illustrated with videos and models
Red thread (an application project that follows the course progression: throughout the semester, students construct their project, step by step, while following the course program)
- Fabrication additive - 2e édition, Du prototypage rapide à l'impression 3D - Claude Barlier, Alain Bernard, Editions Dunod
Reference books selected by the instructor