Master in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering|Master in Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering|Doctor of Philosophy in Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
Interdepartmental Postgraduate Programme:''Energy Technologies and Sustainable Design''
Description of the PhD program in MME
The Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering offers a high-quality graduate program both at the Master and PhD level. Similar to the Master program the PhD program emphasizes fundamental principles that prepare students for leadership roles in a challenging and rapidly changing technological world. Research and innovation are encouraged in an environment that fosters cooperation among faculty, students, industry, and research organizations. The faculty in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering is composed of experienced and distinguished academicians with expertise in a wide range of research fields pertinent to Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Doctoral students have the opportunity to participate in research projects funded by the European Union, the Cypriot government and industrial partners. They also have the opportunity to obtain teaching experience working as teaching assistants for undergraduate courses. Full and part time, 3-year fellowships are provided by the University every year to the best new comer graduate students.
The three general research areas in the Department are:
- Energy Systems,
- Manufacturing and
- Biomedical Engineering.
The duration of the program is 4 to 5 years and involves courses (72 ECTS, 9 courses) and research (168 ECTS) work. The students are specialized in one of the research areas of the Department with the aim to create proper conditions for a successful professional career in the public or private sector, in industry or in research organizations.
The suggested program of study is summarized in the Table
Course allocation per semester
|1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER|
|MMK 541 Manufacturing Process Automations||8||MME 524 Modelling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems||8|
|MMK 518 Theory and applications of incompressible Newtonian and non-Newtonian Fluids||8||MMK 512 Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics||8|
|MMK 531 Continuum Mechanics||8||MMK 551 Nonlinear Mechanics of Solids and Structures||8|
|Thesis Research Ι||6||Thesis Research ΙΙ||6|
|3rd SEMESTER||4th SEMESTER|
|MMK 523 Signal Process||8||Thesis Research IV||30|
|Technical Elective Course||8|
|Technical Elective Course||8|
|Thesis Research ΙΙΙ||6|
|5th SEMESTER||6th SEMESTER|
|Thesis Research V||30||Thesis Research VI||30|
|7th SEMESTER||8th SEMESTER|
|Thesis Research VII||20||Thesis Research VIII||20|
|Thesis Writing Ι||10||Thesis Writing ΙΙ||10|
The students can register to a Technical Elective course from the elective courses offered by the program, or the courses offered by other graduate programs of the department or the University.
The Technical Elective Courses offered by the program are:
Course code-name ECTS
- MMK 516 Renewable energy technology 8
- MMK 517 Solar energy systems 8
- MMK 533 Biomedical and Industrial Applications of Engineering Acoustics 8
- MMK 535 Medical Diagnostic Imaging 8
For information regarding the studies, please contact the program coordinator, Dr. Triantafyllos Stylianopoulos at +357 2289 2238
For information about the application and deadlines to apply, please contact the secretary of the Department, Ms. Loucia Christodoulou at +357-22892280