MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CONTENTS

Introduction

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Training Programs

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Academic Departments

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Scientific Research

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Collaborations

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Achievements

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INTRODUCTION


The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME)
is one of the longest
-
standing units in HCMUTE.


Established in 1962, the Faculty has passed
many different steps of development.


The FME is one of the largest faculties with
personnel and facilities upgraded every year.

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Vision and Missions


Vision


The

FME’s

vision

is

to

strive

for

being

a

leading

role

in

technical

training

and

scientific

research

in

the

university

and

to

become

a

reliable

highly

qualified

education

center

meeting

the

needs

of

industrial

and

social

requirements
.


Missions


Educational


To provide training of mechanical engineering in the South of
Vietnam and over the country.


To train a highly qualified human resource for the industrialization
and modernization of the country.


Research


To

design

and

implement

educational

equipment

and

manuals

for

technical

colleges,

vocational

school

and

universities
.


To

contribute

intellectual

efforts

in

high
-
tech

creation
.

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Organization

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Resources


Staffs: More than 80 faculties in the FME
including Lecturers, Senior Lecturers,
Associate Professors and Professors.


There are also experts participating in training
and short


term projects.

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FACILITIES

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HI
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TECH CENTER

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EDUCATION AND TRAINING


Aims of Training:
FME’s students are expected to


Be able to solve problems in related field of study.



Be able to have good interpersonal skills, social
awareness and team work spirit.


Be effectively integrated in many different working
situations.


Training


Undergraduate level: Flexible training programs,
from associate to bachelor levels.


Graduate level: Master of Engineering in Machine
Building Technology.


Short courses and industrial certificate programs.

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TRAINING PROGRAMS


Associate program:



3 years.


Machine building technology



University completion program:



1.5 years.


Machine building technology



Vocational bachelor program:



4 years.


Machine building technology



Mainstream bachelor programs:

4.5 years.


Machine building technology



Mechatronics


Automation technology


Industrial technology


Master of engineering program:

2 years



Machine building technology

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ANNUAL TRAINING SIZE


Current student amount:


~5,500


Annual enrollment:



Full
-
time students:



850


In service training:



150


Associate program:





Machine building technology

150



University completion program:





Machine building technology

85


Vocational bachelor program:





Machine building technology

75


Mainstream bachelor programs:



Machine building technology

150


Mechatronics



150


Automation technology


120



Industrial technology


100


Master of engineering program:



Machine building technology


20

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BACHELOR OUTCOMES


Machine Building Technology


Knowledge


Have basic political, social science and fundamental knowledge and
good health.


Have informatic and mechanical software usage skill.


English 350 TOEIC based.


Knowledge of mechanical processes and mechanism’s operations.


Understand of designing, manufacturing and maintenance of machinery.


Skill


To plan, implement and manage of mechanical related projects.


To design, manufacture and assemble mechanical parts.


To join and discuss in mechanical presentations.


Attitude


Citizenship, professional ethics, discipline, industrial behaviour.


Career


Able to serve in any mechanical related environment.


Further studying


Able to obtain further education in higher levels.

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BACHELOR OUTCOMES


Mechatronics


Knowledge


Have basic political, social science and fundamental knowledge and
good health.


Have informatic and mechatronic software usage skill.


English 350 TOEIC based.


Knowledge of automatic control and process control system, CIM, PLC,
microcontroller, robot, industrial network, image processing, servo, etc.


Understand of designing, implement and maintenance of mechatronics
systems.


Skill


To operate and troubleshoot PLC controlled pneumatic, hydraulic system.


To propose automation solution to industrial systems.


To join and discuss in mechatronic presentations.


Attitude


Citizenship, professional ethics, discipline, industrial behaviour.


Career


Able to serve in any mechanical and mechatronic related environment.


Further studying


Able to obtain further education in higher levels.

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BACHELOR OUTCOMES


Automation Technology


Knowledge


Have basic political, social science and fundamental knowledge and
good health.


Have informatic and CAD/CAM/CAE/CNC software usage skill.


English 350 TOEIC based.


Knowledge of automatic manufacturing processes, modeling, prototyping
and mold manufacturing.


Understand of designing, manufacturing and maintenance of CNC and
CIM systems.


Skill


To plan, implement and manage of mechanical related projects.


To design, manufacture mechanical parts by CAD/CAM/CNC software.


To join and discuss in CAD/CAM/CAE/CNC and molding presentations.


Attitude


Citizenship, professional ethics, discipline, industrial behaviour.


Career


Able to serve in any mechanical related environment.


Further studying


Able to obtain further education in higher levels.

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BACHELOR OUTCOMES


Industrial Technology


Knowledge


Have basic political, social science and fundamental knowledge and
good health.


Have informatic and mechanical software usage skill.


English 350 TOEIC based.


Knowledge of industrial processes and operations.


Have basic set of knowledge of mechanical, automation, mechatronic,
electronic, electrical and woodwork.


Skill


To plan, implement and manage of industrial process related projects.


To design, assemble and control industrial lines.


To join and discuss in industrial engineering presentations.


Attitude


Citizenship, professional ethics, discipline, industrial behaviour.


Career


Able to serve in any mechanical related environment.


Further studying


Able to obtain further education in higher levels.

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DEPARTMENTS (1)


Department of Machine Building Technology


Staff:

16 faculties


Function:


Manage the related training program of the faculty.


Frequently update training programs.


Do scientific researches and technology transfer.


Typical subjects:


CAD/CAM/CNC Technology


Principles & Parts of Machines


Metal cutters


Fundamental of Machine Building


Mold Manufacturing Technology


Machine Manufacturing Technology

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DEPARTMENTS (2)


Department of Mechatronics Engineering


Staff:

19 faculties


Function:


Manage the related training program of the faculty.


Frequently update training programs.


Do scientific researches and technology transfer.


Typical subjects:


Programmable Logic Controller


Mechatronic Systems Design


Electric
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Pneumatic
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Hydraulic Servo


Micro Controller Systems


Modular Production Systems


Process Control Systems

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DEPARTMENTS (3)


Department of Automation Technology


Staff:

12 faculties


Function:


Manage the related training program of the faculty.


Frequently update training programs.


Do scientific researches and technology transfer.


Typical subjects:


CAD/CAM/CNC Technology


Computer Aided Engineering


Industrial Robots


Programmable Logic Controller


Automation of Manufacturing Process


Machinery Manufacture Technology

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DEPARTMENTS (4)


Department of Industrial Technology


Staff:

11 faculties


Function:


Manage the related training program of the faculty.


Frequently update training programs.


Do scientific researches and technology transfer.


Typical subjects:


Vibration Problems in Engineering


Principles

and Parts

of Machines


Metallography and Metallurgy


Timber treatments


Industrial Economics and Quality Management


Maintenance and Repair of Industrial Machines

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DEPARTMENTS (5)


Department of Mechanical Skills Practice


Staff:

18 faculties


Function:


Manage the related training program of the faculty.


Frequently update training programs.


Do scientific researches and technology transfer.


Typical subjects:


Basic Mechanical Works Practice


Milling Practice


Turning

Practice


Planing Practice


Welding Practice


Woodworking practice

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DEPARTMENTS (6)


Department of Woodworking and Processing


Staff:

3 faculties


Function:


Manage the related training program of the faculty.


Frequently update training programs.


Do scientific researches and technology transfer.


Typical subjects:


Timber treatment


Carpentry and woodwork


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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH


Aims of research


To design and implement educational equipment, lecture
materials and manuals for technical colleges, vocational
schools and universities.


To contribute intellectual efforts in high
-
tech creation.


To effectively use of facilities and research results.


Technology transfer


Supports industries to improve their operations, productivities
and quality through technology


transfer projects.


More than half of the faculty staffs are involved in technology
transfer projects.


Technology transfer services are offered to the following
industries: Beverages, Food Processing, Plastics, Packaging,
Mechatronics, Automation, Mold


Making, Solar Energy, etc.

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH


Educational equipment and models

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH


Lecture materials

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH


Technology transfer

Sugar refining machine


Transferred to Khanh Hoi sugar factory (2003)

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Technology transfer

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Automatic coffee vending machine


Third Prize in the Eureka competition (2004)

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH


Student’s scientific research

Yoghurt

Manufacturing Machine (2003)

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH


Student’s scientific research

Metal sheets corrugating
machine (2005)

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH


Student’s scientific research

Glass wall climbing
robot (2006)

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COLLABORATIONS


Academic institutions


The national academic organizations:


Hanoi University of Technology


Hochiminh City University of Technology


Hochiminh City University of Agriculture and Forestry


Danang University of Technology


Hochiminh City University of Industry


Others.


The international academic institutions:


Asian Institute of Technology


Thailand


Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore.


Arizona State University, University of Illinois, Portland State University (US)


Aalen University of Applied Sciences

(
AALEN

Fachhochschule

-

Germany)


Griffith University (Australia)


Kun Shan University (Taiwan)


Nagaoka University of Technology(Japan)


Chungnam National University (South Korea)


Others.

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COLLABORATIONS


Industrial relations


Build up the network of production and operation organizations
by signing MOUs with companies.


Give supports to companies in recruitments, personnel training
and project for supporting the production / operation systems.


Receive supports from companies the faculty in internship,
field trips, financial aid and career opportunities for students.


Several companies in the network of FME are as follows:


Domestic companies: Imeco, Lidovit, Lilama, Vikyno, T.A.T, VAM,
Phát Việt, Saigon Hi
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Tech Park, Dinh Bach Ma, Vinapro, …


Joint venture & Foreign Development Industry companies: Intel
Products Vietnam, Ajinomoto Vietnam, Emco, Festo, SMC,
Colgate, Fujitsu Vietnam, Juki, Mitutoyo, Siemens, …

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ACHIEVEMENTS


National Labour Medal

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ACHIEVEMENTS

Gold prize for team and individual in Metrology Competition 2006 by Mitutoyo

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ACHIEVEMENTS

National Robot Contest


2
nd

runner up 2004, 2005, 2006

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ACHIEVEMENTS

National Robot Contest


Champion 2009

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ABU Robot Contest
2009


2
nd

runner up

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING