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Centre of Micro/Nano Manufacturing Technology (MNMT-Dublin)
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
University College Dublin
Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

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The 4th ISNM Summer School 

23-27, September, 2019. Tianjin

Co-organized by:

International Society for Nanomanufacturing The Centre of Micro/Nano Manufacturing Technology (MNMT)

Tianjin University Centre of Micro/Nano Manufacturing Technology (MNMT-Dublin)

University College Dublin Internationl Academy for Engineering and Technology (AET)


High Precision Manufacturing

Smart and ACSM Manufacturing

Optics & bio-medical Engineering

New energy & environmental Engineering

The 4th International Society for Nanofabrication (ISNM) Summer school, hosted by the Centre of Micro/Nano Manufacturing Technology (MNMT) of Tianjin University, was successfully accomplished in Tianjin Clun of Scientistes and Engineers.

On September 22, more than 40 PhD students, Master students and young researchers from various universities  gathered in Tianjin to attend the academic summer school which has been well recognized in the field of manufacturing an dmetrology. Professor Fang made the opening speech. 

Different Professors, different topic

Professor E. Brinksmeier from Leibniz IWT in Germany

Focused on the adverse effects of residual stress on surface integrity after material processing,and looked forward to the future processing requirement and development direction.

Professor W. Gao from Northeast University of Japan

Professor enlightened students to be good at analyzing problems when doing scientific research, and to use mathematics and other tools to solve engineering and technical problems.

Professor R. Wertheim from Fraunhofer IWU in Germany

Starting from specific problems, professor Wertheim sorted out the research ideas, summarized the current manufacturing problems that need to be solved, and looked forward to the development trend of the manufacturing industry in the future

Through the study of the courses of summer school, combined with after-class discussions and research, the group members had a deep understanding of the relevant fields, and eventually shared their learning experience and discuss with the summer school classmates. In the end, professor Fang concluded that despite the short duration of the summer school, students' understanding of manufacturing frontier development, communication with professors and scholars, and interaction between students would play a positive role in their future growth and development, which is also the original intention of organizing such a series of summer school.