3 July 2020
Precision Engineering Measurement & Design
Precision Engineering Design & Measurement covers the fundamental practices common to all engineering majors in making and reporting basic engineering measurements and their use in designing high precision items. Students will learn about the engineering design process, commonly used engineering measurement tools, statistical data analysis, and standard uncertainty analysis methods. Three local tours at businesses and museums will punctuate how precision measurements are used in engineering design practice.
Sean R. Niemi, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida
The target group includes current university students who have completed at least one year of their studies (Bachelor's, Master's or PhD level). Working professionals with equivalent work experience are also welcome to apply.
This course is an introductory engineering course and is therefore more suitable for undergraduate level-engineers (graduates from other fields are of course welcome).
Upon course completion students should have a working understanding of precision measurements and the engineering design process. Students will be familiar with how to approach engineering measurements, what uncertainty in measurements means in practice, and how to statistically examine engineering data in design.
5 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) for the academic course.
EUR 1950: The fee covers public transportation for the duration of the course, excursions, course materials, and a cultural program.