Digital-twin driven sustainable robotic manufacturing system

  • Studentship
  • Glasgow
  • 29 July 2022

Website UniStrathclyde The University of Strathclyde

  • Postgraduate research opportunities
  • Digital-twin driven sustainable robotic manufacturing system
  • Engineering / design engineering manufacturing
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Funding: Home fee, Stipend
  • Starting date: October 1, 2022

Overview

The project aims to research a novel digitised sustainable robotic manufacturing system by using the latest Industry 4.0 technologies.

Project Details

The project will develop a novel digital twin-driven robotic machining system using smart sensor data to enhance energy and material efficiency and precision for the manufacturing of various aerospace/automotive/renewable energy system structures/parts.

Eligibility

A minimum of 2:1 or equivalent in mechanical engineering, advanced manufacturing, precision engineering or microengineering.

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