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Materials Engineer BSc


Metallurgy and Foundry Specialisation , Modul of Metallurgy

Prof. Dr. Kékesi Tamás, szakirányvezető.

Prof. Dr. Tamás Kékesi, Leader of the specialisation.

Metals have always had a special signifi cance among industrial materials.
Without them there would be no electronics, modern technology or civilization. The extraction of metals is possible not only from ores, but from solid or liquid secondary raw materials; moreover, the processing
of wastes with a metal content is also important from an environmental aspect, as well as for extraction of valuable materials. The curriculum of this specialization lays a great emphasis on the processing methods of materials with a metal content, as well as high-purity metals and surface treated metals considered to be up-to-date modern materials. Our students get to know the characteristics and the operation of the
physico-chemical processes providing the basis for high-temperature
metallurgical processes or those including wet media.

Offered courses

Semester

Course

Neptun code

Lecturer

4.

Iron metallurgy

MAKMÖT257B

Dr. Ottó Farkas

Fundaments of steel metallurgy

MAKMÖT258B

Dr. Gyula Károly

Extraction and refining of metals

MAKMÖT259B

Dr. Tamás Kékesi

5.

Primary steelmaking

MAKMÖT261B

Dr. Gyula Károly

Aluminium and alloy technology

MAKMÖT262B

 Dr. Tamás Kékesi

6.

Laddle Metallurgy

MAKMÖT263B

Dr. Gyula Károly

Powder metallurgy

MAKMÖT264B

Tibor Ferenczi

Non-ferrous metal technology

MAKMÖT305B

Dr. Tamás Kékesi

7.

Casting of steel, special steel

MAKMÖT265B

Dr. Gyula Károly

Precious Metals and Coatings

MAKMÖT266B

Dr. Tamás Török

Graduation work

MAKMÖT307B

Consultant


Metallurgy and Foundry Specialisation, Modul of Foundry

 Dr. Dúl Jenő, szakirányvezető.

Prof. Dr. Jenő Dúl, Leader of the specialisation.

The objective of this specialization is to train professionals who are familiar with the production of components with complex geometry, with the casting of liquid metal alloys into moulds, with the methods, equipment and materials of form-giving using high technology. The foundry industry is looking for engineers who, in addition to their scientific knowledge and knowledge of material structure, material testing, language and economics, have a wide range of knowledge in foundry technology, including the processes and equipment of mould preparation, melting and the treatment of metals, mould filling and solidification, and who can utilize their knowledge on the basis of practical experience under industrial conditions. The Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of the University of Miskolc, specifically the Institute of Metallurgical and Foundry Engineering,is the only higher education and research centre of foundry technology in Hungary to offer a program training such specialists.

Offered courses

Semester

Courses

Neptun code

Lecturer

4.

Fundamentals of Foundry Metallurgy

MAKMÖT303B

Dr. Levente Tóth

Fundamentals of Foundry Metallurgy Practice

MAKMÖT304B

Dr. Dániel Molnár

5.

Foundry Technology I.

MAKMÖT267B

Dr. Jenő Dúl

Form and Core making

MAKMÖT268B

Dr. Levente Tóth

6.

Foundry Technology II.

MAKMÖT269B

Dr. Pál Jónás

Pressure and die casting

MAKMÖT270B

Dr. Jenő Dúl

Casting Metallurgy Practice

MAKMÖT271B

Dr. Dániel Molnár

7.

Foundry machines

MAKMÖT272B

Dr. Levente Tóth

Casting Technology Practice

MAKMÖT273B

Dr. Dániel Molnár

Graduation work

MAKMÖT308B

Consultant


Metallurgical Engineer MSc

Metallurgy specialisation

Prof. Dr. Kékesi Tamás, szakirányvezető.

Prof. Dr. Tamás Kékesi, Leader of the specialisation.

Our students get to know in detail the physico-chemical processes which provide the basis for chemical metallurgical technologies. This program lays great emphasis on hydro- and pyro-metallurgical methods suitable for the processing of waste materials of varied composition and state. The students learn the skills to design and control the methods suitable for the selective extraction and purifi cation of any valuable metals. The program also covers the production of up-to-date metallic materials of special purity, a particular surface, or special alloying requirements. Graduates with an MSc degree can fi nd favorable positions in several areas of the industry.

Offered courses

Semester

Courses

Neptun code

Lecturer

1/F

Metallurgy of Iron and Steel

MAKMÖT312M

Dr. Gyula Károly

1/S

 Hydro- and Electrometallurgy

MAKMÖT314M

Dr. Tamás Kékesi

2/F

Metals Processing

MAKMÖT313M

Dr. Béla Török

Prepare of MSc Degree Thesis I.

MAKMÖT331M
MAKMÖT341M

Consultant

2/S

Covering technologies

MAKMÖT315M

Dr. Tamás Török

Prepare of MSc Degree Thesis II.

MAKMÖT332M
MAKMÖT342M

Consultant


Casting specialisation

 Dr. Dúl Jenő, szakirányvezető.

Prof. Dr. Jenő Dúl, Leader of the specialisation.

Our objective is to train engineers who have knowledge of science, material structures and technology and who are able to interpret and influence the processes taking place in the materials, to operate and develop casting technologies, to master and adopt the newest results,to collaborate in research and development activities, and to organize and manage production processes. The proportion of students taking
part in programs abroad is signifi cant. Students can become involved in faculty research and development activities during their studies.

 

 

Offered courses

Semester

Courses

Neptun code

Lecturer

1/F

Theories and Modern Technologies of Casting

MAKMÖT316M

Dr. Dániel Molnár

1/S

High Strength casting

MAKMÖT318M

Dr.  Jenő Dúl

2/F

Casting techniques and investigation

MAKMÖT319M

Dr. György Fegyverneki

Prepare of MSc Degree Thesis I.

MAKMÖT331M
MAKMÖT341M

Consultant

2/S

Casting Technology Design and Simulation

MAKMÖT320M

Dr. Dániel Molnár

Prepare of MSc Degree Thesis II.

MAKMÖT332M
MAKMÖT342M

Consultant

 

 

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University of Miskolc
Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering
Institute of Metallurgy and Foundry Engineering
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