Introduction to Faculty of Mechanical - Electronics

Faculty of Mechanical and Electronics Engineering

Introduction to Faculty of Mechanical - Electronics

09:35 - 31-12-2014

Office: C128Y and C129Y 

Head of Faculty: 

- Dean: Prof. Dr.- Sc Pham Sy Tien, former vice rector of Hanoi University of Transport and Communication, former General director of Department for Postgraduate Education, Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) of Vietnam; former Director of Vietnam Scholarship Program (Project 322) .

- Vice dean: Prof. Dr.- Sc Nguyen Van Khang, head of Department for Mechatronics of HUBT, present President of Vietnam Association for Dynamics and Control; Representative for Vietnam in Committee of International Association of Machines and Mechanisms Sciences (IFToMM), former Head of Department for Applied Mechanics of Hanoi University of Science and Technology.

Vice dean: Ass. Prof. Pham Huu Nam, head of Department for Automobile Engineering of HUBT, former Ass. Prof. of Department for Automotive Engineering and head of Laboratory of Mechatronics in Automotive Engineering of Hanoi University of Technology. 

Introduction 

The Hanoi University of Business and Management was founded in 1996, and  renamed to Hanoi University of  Business and Technology (HUBT) in 2006. At the same time of rename the Faculty of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering was established. At present the Faculty of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering is comprised of two departments: the Department of Mechatronics and the Department of Automobile Engineering.

The Faculty of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering focuses on three aspects of education:

1. Understanding basic concepts, facts, and principles in mechatronics and industrial manufacturing technology;

2. Developing the ability to apply basic knowledge through experiments and practical training;

3. Developing the ability to challenge new themes and fields for graduation work.

Department of Mechatronics

The Department of Mechatronics aims to train practical engineers with basic knowledge and skills on applied mechanical and electrical applications, computer skills to solve problems related to design, manufacture, operation, improvement and maintenance of mechanical systems, mechatronic equipment.

The Department of Mechatronics provides three specialized training areas:
- Mechatronics and automation of production processes,
- Applied informatics in engineering,

- Mechatronics in automotive engineering. 

Department of Automobile Engineering

The Department of Automobile Engineering aims to train practical engineers with basic knowledge and skills on automobile technology and applied electronics in automotive equipment, capable of repair, design, manufacturing, operation, improvement and maintenance of automotive systems.

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