Society and industry face tremendous challenges to meet demands on efficiency, sustainability, and safety of complex processes as found in the transport and production domains. At the same time, mechanical systems become increasingly large-scale, distributed, and interconnected in nature.
Multi-Machine Engineering (MME) provides an integrated approach on how to design such large-scale systems, combining core mechanical systems design with real-time operation and distributed machine-machine interactions to face these challenges.
In the 2-year MME program students develop the skills necessary to design such integrated multi-machine systems, combining science-based methodologies, with state-of-the-art tools, and hands-on lab and industrial case experience. MME is enabled by the expertise of the members of Section Transport Engineering & Logistics (TEL), Dept. of Maritime & Transport Technology, TUDelft.
Read here more about MME and the Section TEL staff members.
Find here the official TUDelft Masters information about MME, including brochure, program details and student testimonials.
Read this short article (in Dutch) on how MME can play a role in addressing Corona Crisis challenges:
"Een crisis zet dingen in beweging", Professorenstuk in De Slurf, TUDelft, pp. 48-49, 2020
Read this short article (in Dutch) on the limits of growth and size of mechanical systems, and how you can explore those limits with MME:
"Groot, groter, grootst -- van 'Dinosauriaanse' naar intelligente transportsystemen", in Jaarboek S.G. William Froude, TUDelft, 3pp, 2021
More info? Contact MSc Coordinator: Mark Duinkerken