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Milan Bižić , Vice Dean for Science at Faculty of Mechanical and Civil Engineering in Kraljevo, University of Kragujevac

http://www.mfkv.kg.ac.rs

Bilateral Meetings

  • Regional Innovation Forum 2020 - Workshop 10:00-13:00, Zlatibor, Serbia
  • Regional Innovation Forum 2020 - Business to Business Meetings 13:00-16:00, Zlatibor, Serbia
Faculty of Mechanical and Civil Engineering in Kraljevo is part of University of Kragujevac. The University gathers twelve faculties from cities in Central Serbia. The seat of the University is city of Kragujevac, but the faculties are also located in Čačak, Kraljevo, Užice, Jagodina and Vrnjačka Banja. The Faculty of Mechanical and Civil Engineering Kraljevo is established in 1987 and it teaches mechanical engineering in bachelor, master and doctoral studies. Since 2012 the Faculty teaches bachelor studies in civil engineering, and since 2019 bachelor studies in occupation safety. All study programs are accredited by national accreditation body and harmonized with Bologna declaration. Bachelor study program in mechanical engineering lasts for eight semesters and provides 240 ECTS credits. The study program has four modules: 1) Machine design, 2) Production engineering, 3) Automatic control, robotics and fluid technique and 4) Energetics and environment protection. In 2019/2020, the bachelor study program in mechanical engineering has about 320 students. Master study program in mechanical engineering lasts for two semesters and provides 60 ECTS credits. The study program has the same modules as bachelor studies, and in 2019/2020, the master study program in mechanical engineering has about 50 students. Doctoral study program in mechanical engineering lasts for three years. Two years consist of lecturing, exercises and research work, while the third year of the studies is dedicated to preparation of PhD thesis. In 2019/2020, the doctoral study program in mechanical engineering has 15 students. Bachelor study program in civil engineering lasts for six semesters and provides 180 ECTS credits. The study program has one module and in 2019/2020, the bachelor study program in civil engineering has about 200 students. The Faculty has research unit that consists of 8 research centres and 8 research laboratory: Centre and Laboratory for Acoustic Testing, Centre and Laboratory for Automatic Control and Fluid Technique, Centre for Construction and Transportation Machinery, Centre and Laboratory for Railway Engineering and Structural Testing, Centre for Design, Centre and Laboratory for Production Technologies, Centre and Laboratory for Testing and Joining of Materials, Centre and Laboratory for Thermal Technique and Environment Protection, Laboratory ‘’3D Impuls’’, and Laboratory for Precise Measurement. Most of them have extensive collaborative research with industry and provides advanced design and education services, both to industry and SMEs. The Laboratory for Railway Engineering and Structural Testing is equipped with modern equipment for measurement of forces and accelerations, but has also equipment and test track for quasi-static tests of railway vehicles, as well as measuring equipment for testing of various structures. The Laboratory for Acoustics has all equipment for carrying out field measurement of traffic and other urban noise, but also has reverberation chamber and semi-anechoic chamber under construction. The Laboratory for Automatic Control and Fluid Technique carries out testing of hydraulic and pneumatic components. The Laboratory for Thermal Technique and Environment Protection carries out measurements of concentration of pollutants in exhaustion gases. The Laboratory for advanced design technologies “3D Impulse” belong the best-equipped facilities of that type at European universities, having machines for rapid prototyping, rapid manufacturing and rapid tooling from plastics and metal; the Laboratory has also 3D scanner that is used for precision measurements, quality control and reverse engineering. Besides these facilities, the Faculty is also building the Laboratory for Construction and Transportation Machinery. The Faculty represents the pillar of development of metal, plastics and wood processing industry in its region, and carried out dozens of research and development projects. Until recently, the Faculty is participating in 11 national projects in fields of mechanical engineering, energy efficiency, environment protection, applied mechanics and mathematics Besides, the Faculty participated in seven international research and development projects (FP6, FP7, Horizon 2020, ASO and RSEDP programs) as well as in five international education projects (Tempus, Erasmus Plus, CEEPUS and CBC programs) financed by European Union. In these projects, the Faculty developed closed cooperation with wide network of recognized international universities like: • University of Bologna (Italy) • University of Transport “Todor Kableshkov” in Sofia (Bulgaria) • Royal Technical University from Stockholm (Sweden) • Technical University of Bucharest and Polytechnic University of Timisoara (Romania), • University of Voronezh and Moscow State University of Construction (Russia) • Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, Kharkov National University of Automobile and Highway (Ukraine) • University of Byalistok (Poland) • Technical University of Prague (Czech Republic) • University of Zilina (Slovakia) as well as with all the major universities of Serbia and other countries of former Yugoslavia.

Country: Serbia

Organization Type: University

Phone: +38136383269

Email: nid@mfkv.kg.ac.rs

City: Kraljevo ,Dositejeva 19 Google map

Offer & Request

Collaborative research with industry

Realization of projects and providing of advanced design and education services, both to industry and SMEs.

Offer & Request

Cooperation in participating in national and international projects

Cooperation in application and realization of national and international projects - Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia, Horizon 2020, etc.