19 July 2019
Additive Manufacturing and Joining Technologies (Polytech – Ecole Polytechnique)
This is a joint program developed in cooperation with Ecole Polytechnique (France). The School provides the unique opportunity to attend intensive academic program, which is focused on the additive manufacturing (AM) and joining techniques (JT) with experience of professors from European countries, with different opinions and approaches. The two-weeks School is divided in two blocks: Basics and Advanced. First block will give you the theoretical knowledge, basic descriptions of the technologies and an overview of their applications. Second block consists in advanced topics on these technologies based on state-of-the-art practice based activities in research laboratories and deep aspects of the material microstructure evolutions during processing. The program will cover: AM and JT, powder production and characterization, metallurgical and mechanical properties, residual stresses and post-treatements, topological optimization. The school program is suitable for students and engineers interested in these technologies and topics. All studies are developed in accordance with the European requirements and can be recognized as a period of study abroad.
The cultural program includes:
- Boat city tour for students to get acquainted with the beauty of the city.
- Excursion to the Hermitage, one of the world’s largest and oldest museums of fine art.
- Pub Quiz in the city center of St. Petersburg.
- Visit to the “Baltika” Brewery/"Coca-Cola" factory where students can learn about the construction and logistic peculiarities of the plant.
- Excursion to Peterhof palace-ensemble with picturesque gardens, a countless number of fountains and giant golden statues.
- Picnic at the seashore of the Gulf of Finland where students can enjoy Russian style barbecue (optional, for extra price).
- Excursion to Pushkin, former tzar summer residence famous for its palace and park ensemble. Students will visit the outstanding Catherine Palace with glorious Amber room (optional, for extra price).
Patrice Peyre, senior research scientist, CNRS, Arts et Metiers ParisTech, France;
Daniel Weisz-Patrault, research scientist, CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, France;
Eric Charkaluk, director research CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, France;
Aude Simar, associate
Students are expected to have at least 1 year of university-level studies;
Engineers from industries interested in an introduction and a general overview on AM and JT;
Scientists and/or senior engineers interested in advanced topics and actual challenges in AM and JT.
EUR 510: Participation fee includes tuition fee, study materials, visits to companies and cultural program.