MSTU "STANKIN" and ETH Zürich continue to develop cooperation

MSTU "STANKIN" and the Swiss Higher Technical School of Zurich (ETH Zürich) continue to develop cooperation in the field of scientific and educational programs, as well as in the field of high technology machine tool construction.

Sergei Egorov, a graduate and employee of MSTU "Stankin", began to study and work at ETH Zurich.

Sergey has been studying at MSTU "STANKIN" since 2013. He studied under bachelor's programs at the Department of Composite Materials in the direction of Material Science and Materials Technology. Later he continued his studies at the Department of Highly Effective Processing Technologies in the magistracy in the direction of  Design and technological support of machine-building industries. Currently studying in postgraduate study at the direction "Mechanical Engineering". The topic of his dissertation relates to the field of research of technological processes of additive manufacturing. He worked in the laboratory of innovative additive technologies, the laboratory of three-dimensional structural and functional design, as well as in the laboratory for the study of properties of materials.

From July 2020, he will be involved in research activities at IWF ETH Zurich in the field of additive technology process research. In the course of the work, skills will be obtained to work with modern research and production equipment. In addition, it is planned to increase the level of theoretical training while listening to a course of lectures on the development of modern machine-building production.

This internship will increase the level of international cooperation between the laboratories of MSTU "STANKIN" and ETH Zürich, which are involved in research on additive technologies and universities in general.

The Swiss Higher Technical School of Zurich (ETH Zürich) was founded on October 16, 1855. It is not only the most prestigious university in Switzerland and continental Europe, but also consistently ranked among the best universities in the world. According to the Quacquarelli Symonds organization, the Zurich Higher Technical School is ranked 6th in the ranking of the best universities in the world, as well as 4th in the world in the field of engineering sciences and technology.

Photo: Professor Konrad Wegener, Director of the Institute of Machine Tool Building and Mechanical Engineering Technologies ETH Zürich and postgraduate student of MSTU "STANKIN" Sergey Egorov.