1 MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERING PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT II Level MSc (3 semesters, 91 ECTS) PROGRAM 3 SEMESTERS MSc Entry requirements: Completed: Diploma of the I level studies in: Control Engineering and Robotics, Mechanical Engineering and Machine Building, Transport, Management and Manufacturing Engineering or related Master Thesis, Final Exam
2 Possible extension: Studies of the III level (PhD) Graduate: Production Management is education of specialists, who will combine specialist engineering knowledge in the scope of technical problems of the widely understood electromechanical industry with mastering managerial and economic skills, such as: designing new production and operation systems, facilities, management systems, selection and training of personnel, evaluation of achieved results along with technical controlling and cost management, projects (industrial consulting and advisory), marketing, logistics, distribution, capital and material investment management. It is also expected that graduates from the major of Production Management and Engineering will master skills in organizing and conducting the R&D works, in particular: designing and implementing technological and organizational innovations, making modernization changes, and restructuring.
3 Structure of the programme (credits) Semestr II Semestr III Semestr I AC ACPC DT/FE BC AC ACPC BC AC FL
4 BC BC FL AC ACPC DT FE Basic Courses (Humanities, Firegin Language) - Nontechnical courses Advanced Courses Advanced Courses in Production Management; Master Thesis Final Exam
5 PLAN OF STUDIES 1st YEAR, SEMESTER 1 Obligatory courses: No. Code Subject/Module Project and innovation management Discreet process modelling Forecasting and simulation of production processes Innovative mechanical technologies Contact hours/week L T lab p s CHS TSW ECTS Form of Assessme nt E/CW T/CW E/CW T/CW Knowledge management T/CW Human resources management E/CW 7 Foreign language E Selctable: Optomechatronics and lasertechnologies T TOTAL st YEAR, SEMESTER 2 Obligatory courses: No. Code Subject/Module Product lifecycle management Flexible manufacturing automation Applied informatics Strategic management Contact hours/week L T lab p s CHS TSW ECTS Form of Assessme nt E/CW CW CW E/CW
6 5 6 ROZWÓJ POTENCJAŁU I OFERTY DYDAKTYCZNEJ POLITECHNIKI WROCŁAWSKIEJ Intermediate project (specialisation) Production system organisation CW T/CW 2nd YEAR, SEMESTER 3 Obligatory courses: Selectable: No. Code Subject/Module Planning of production projects Technology planning CAD/CAM Integrated management systems Safety of machines and equipment Contact hours/week L T lab p s CHS TSW ECTS Form of Assessme nt T/CW T/CW CW T Diploma Thesis FE Diploma Seminar CW L T lab p s L Lecture T Tutorials, l laboratory, p project, s seminar, TOTAL CHS TSW CHS Contact Hours (organized), TSW Total Student Workload (h), E Exam, T Test, CW Course Work Description of the courses 1 st Semester Project and innovation management Year (I), semester (1) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: none Teaching: Traditional/Distance L.
7 Lecturer: Sławomir Susz, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: E CW ECTS 2 2 Workload (h) Outcome: Ability to correctly create structural and object oriented models of discrete and continuous systems and further to perform their simulations. Contents: Lecture several graphical modeling techniques for discrete systems such as IDEF0, UML, BPMN which are the background to the universal, object oriented, modeling and simulation tool - AnyLogic. Laboratory several exercises with the one aim: to make a model of the same (or similar) system using all above techniques and tools. 1. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge: Third Edition (PMBOK Guide), Project Management Institute, 2004, ISBN: X Discreet process modelling Year (I), semester (1) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Informatics I, Informatics II Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Sławomir Susz, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: T CW ECTS 1 2 Workload (h) Outcome: Ability to correctly create structural and object oriented models of discrete and continuous systems and further to perform their simulations. Contents: The main goal of the module is to present techniques for graphical modeling discrete systems with tools like IDEF0, UML, BPMN. During laboratory classes participants will build a model of a system using IDEF0, UML and BPMN, learn the AnyLogic environment and the method of "System Dynamics". 1. Integration definition for function modeling (IDEF0), 2. Booch Grady, Rumbaugh James, Jacobson Ivar: UML przewodnik użytkownika, WNT, 2002, ISBN: OMG Business Process Modeling Notation Specification 4. AnyLogic Users Guide
8 Forecasting and SIMULATION OF PRODUCTION PROCESSES Year (I), semester (1) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Production and service management I Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Arkadiusz Kowalski, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: E CW ECTS 2 3 Workload (h) Outcome: During the lecture, the students will familiarize themselves with the theoretical bases of modelling and simulating manufacturing systems. The participants in the laboratory course will acquire practical skill of building simulation models of manufacturing systems, which can be used in Technical and Organizational Preparation of Production. Contents: The goal of the course is to familiarize the students with the basic rules of creating models of continuous and discrete manufacturing processes that take place in production enterprises. On the basis of a sample model of a manufacturing process, the visualization and simulation of the process will be performed. The results of the simulation will be used for performing optimisation according to selected parameters of the manufacturing process. 1. Muhlemann A., Oakland J., Lockyer K.: Zarządzanie. Produkcja i usługi. PWN Chlebus E.: Techniki komputerowe CAx w inżynierii produkcji. PWT, Warszawa Zdanowicz R.: Modelowanie i symulacja procesów wytwarzania, WPŚ, Gliwice Additional literature: Brzezioski M.: Organizacja i sterowanie produkcją. Placet, Warszawa, Durlik I.: Inżynieria zarządzania. Volume 1 and 2, Placet, Warszawa, Wróblewski K.: Podstawy sterowania przepływem produkcji. WNT, Warszawa, Innovative Mechanical Technologies Year (I), semester (1) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: none Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Bogdan Dybała, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: T CW ECTS 2 1 Workload (h) 60 30
9 Outcome: The goal of the course is to learn modern methods supporting the conceptual and construction design of new products and production design of prototypes and prototype batches. Methods of creating virtual and physical prototypes of new products will be discussed, including important technical aspects of the design. The methods allow for full design verification. Contents: Introduction: application of computer technologies in product lifecycle. Example of a development project. Geometric modelling. 2D models. 3D wireframe models. 3D surface models, NURBS curves and surfaces. 3D solid models, representation methods. Additional functionality of CAD systems. Geometric data exchange, neutral formats. Visualisation of 3D models. Virtual reality. Reverse Engineering. Rapid Prototyping, including stereolithography, polyjet, 3D printing, SLM. Rapid Tooling, including VC, RIM, MPC, composite tooling. Machining technologies for finishing prototypes and prototype batches. Rapid Manufacturing. Medical applications of 3D design and manufacturing. Mass customisation. 1. Andreas Gebhardt, Generative Fertigungsverfahren. Rapid Prototyping - Rapid Tooling - Rapid Manufacturing, Hanser Fachbuch Ian Gibson, Brent Stucker, David W. Rosen, Additive Manufacturing 3. Technologies: Rapid Prototyping to Direct Digital Manufacturing, Springer Edward P. Grenda, Worldwide Guide to Rapid Prototyping, 5. Terry Wohlers, Wohlers Report 2009, Wohlers Associates, Inc., KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Year (I), semester (1) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Stnisław Iżykowski, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work/t: T CW ECTS 2 1 Workload (h) Outcome: The main objective of the module is to present the idea of Knowledge Management. There will be presented the main strategies for knowledge management systems application in industrial enterprises. The students will be delivered with information regarding certain tools in knowledge management as well as indicators to measure performance in this processes. The module aims to present the crucial advantages and barriers following implementation of the knowledge management concept. Content: Knowledge as a key resource in an organization, its definition and features. Knowledge management in an enterprise. Objectives of knowledge management. Main elements of knowledge management (knowledge localization, elicitation, development, transfer, utilization, storage). Strategic approach to knowledge management (strategies, models and knowledge management methods). Knowledge management effectiveness measurement and value of knowledge. Implementation of knowledge management in small and medium enterprises. Advantages of application of knowledge management systems.
10 1. Jashapara A., Zarządzanie wiedzą. Zintegrowane podejście, PWE, Warszawa K. Perechuda, Zarządzanie wiedzą w przedsiębiorstwie, Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa G. Probst, S. Raub, Zarządzanie wiedzą w organizacji, Oficyna Ekonomiczna, Kraków Błaszczuk, J. J. Brdulak, Marcin Guzik, Andrzej Pawluczuk, Zarządzanie wiedzą w polskich przedsiębiorstwach, Główna Szkoła Handlowa, Warszawa W. M. Grudzewski, I. K. Hejduk, Zarządzanie wiedzą w przedsiębiorstwach, Difin, Warszawa HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Year (I), semester (1) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Henryk Chrostowski, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work/t: E CW ECTS 2 2 Workload (h) Outcome: Elements of interpersonal communication. Roles and functions performed by managers. Planning and acquiring employees for an organization. Problems connected with staff development: improvement, assessment, promotions and selection. The process and methods of motivating people to work. Changes and innovations in an organization; sources of resistance and methods of overcoming it. A crisis and conflict in an organization methods of stimulating and solving the conflicts. Process of negotiations, its phases, tactics and strategies. Relations between trade unions and an employer. Business talks, meetings, and gatherings. Managing styles. Leaders and the leading process. Content: The seminar includes various forms of students activity. Individual tests, inter alia, organizational preferences, conflict solving according to Thomas- Killman, managing styles. Preparing Curriculum Vitae and other documents in a written form for applying for a job. Interviews. Presenting oneself and another persons, company s product, and a company. Group work a competition for filling a managing position. Practical method of assessment (assignment of remunerations) as a check of managing qualifications. 1. Gick A., Tarczyńska M.; Motywowanie pracowników. Systemy Technika - Praktyka. PWN Jamka B.; Dobór pracowników: Zasoby ludzkie w firmie. Warszawa, Poltext. 1999r. 3. Janowska Z.; Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi. PWE Kostera M.; Zarządzanie personelem. Warszawa, PWE, Lachowicz Z.; Trening potencjału kierowniczego. AE. Wrocław 1995
11 6. Pocztowski A.; Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi. Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich, Waszkiewicz J.; Jak Polak z Polakiem? Szkice o kulturze negocjowania, PWN Patricia Buhler: Management skills. Pearson Educaion inc Griffin W Ricky: Management. Houghton Milton Company Marlene Caroselli: Leadership skills for Managers. Mc Graw Hill Bob Wall: The Handbook of Interpersonal Skills Training. Mc Graw Hill MONITORING AND VISUALISATION IN MANUFACTURING Year (I), semester (1) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Michał Kuliberda, PhD Hours / sem. (h) 15 Exam / Course work/: Test CW ECTS 2 1 Workload (h) Outcome: Monitoring of manufacturing processes using dedicated software Lecture content: Manufacturing Execution Systems, Simulation software, Computer aided monitoring and visualization, Vision systems. Laboratory content: The basics of using: Manufacturing execution systems, simulation software, monitoring and visualization systems and vision systems. 1. Kletti Jürgen, Manufacturing Execution Systems MES, Springer, Optomechatronics and lasertechnologies Year (I), semester (1) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: none Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Jacek Reiner, PhD Hours / sem. (h) 15 Exam / Course work: Test ECTS 2 Workload (h) 30 Outcome: The goal of the course is to learn optical measurement methods and laser technologies for industrial applications. The students will refresh and extend the knowledge of applied physics concerning optics and laser. Based on the above different optical instruments will be explored and laser applications for material processing in macro or micro scale. Contents: Basic optical principles concerning light modelling, mirrors and lenses, aberrations, lens design. Light sources and detectors for UV/VIS/NIR imaging e. CCD/CMOS, spectrometry, thermovision. Optical methods e.g. microscopy, profilometry, laser triangulation, confocal microscopy, interferometry, scatterometry, Raman, etc. Image understanding and image
12 processing algorithms. Laser fundamentals and industrial laser review CO2, Fiberlaser, Disklaser, Diode. Laser material processing: cutting, welding, cladding, SLM, surface treatment, microprocessing. Energy balance, heat transfer, melting dynamics, plasma formation, simulation methods. Laser beam measurement and simulation. 1. H. Gross, Handbook of Optical System, Vol.1 Vol 6, Wiley-VCh, Sonka, Milan, Image processing, analysis, and machine vision, Ion, John C, Laser processing of engineering materials : principles, procedure and industrial application, Steen, William M, Laser material processing, PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT Year (I), semester (2) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: none Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Mariusz Cholewa, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: Exam CW ECTS 2 2 Workload (h) Outcome: The aim of this course is to provide knowledge about the principles and importance of product lifecycle management, from its inception until its disposal, in manufacturing companies. Contents: The aim of this course is to give basic information about the methods and techniques of managed product lifecycle. Students will be involved in the subject of the comprehensive management of all product data in all phases of its development, production, use and disposal. Will be discussed and presented the latest solutions to help its work in product lifecycle management - tools of the PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) family solutions. The practical part will be presented and used product and processes modelling tools and work flow management solutions. 1. Chlebus Edward.: Techniki komputerowe CAx w inżynierii produkcji., 2. Klemens J. Wróblewski: Podstawy sterowania przepływem produkcji 3. Marek Brzeziński: Podstawy metodyczne projektowania rozruchu nowej produkcji 4. Sojkin, Bogdan. Red.; Wprowadzanie nowego produktu na rynek / red. nauk. Bogdan Sojkin.; Poznań: Wydawnictwo Akademii Ekonomicznej, 2003.; 5. Grieves, Michael "Product lifecycle management : driving the next generation of lean thinking" 2006; 6. Workflow handbook 2005 / ed. by Layna Fischer; Workflow Management Coalition FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION Year (I), semester (2) Level: II Obligatory/Optional
13 Prerequisites: Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Prof. Józef Krzyżanowski Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: exam CW ECTS 1 2 Workload (h) Aims of the course (effects of the course): To learn the basics of the planning and evaluation of flexible automated manufacturing systems. Contents: Manufacturing system, its functional structure and exploitation characteristics. Manufacturing automation, circumstances of flexible manufacturing system installation. Functional devices of FMS. Technical system of FMS. Tool management in FMS. Principles of group technology. Part family formation. Logistic system of FMS; part handling in FMS, automated material movement and storage systems. Control, process monitoring and diagnostics in FMS. The basics of the planning of flexible automated manufacturing systems. 1. Luggen, W., W.: Flexible manufacturing cells and systems, Prentice-Hall, Inc. Engelwood Cliffs, NJ, 1991, 2. Kief, H.B.: FFS-Handbuch, 4., überarbeitete Auflage, Carl Hanser Verlag, München Wien, Honczarenko, J.: Elastyczna automatyzacja wytwarzania obrabiarki i systemy obróbkowe, WNT Warszawa 2000, 4. Krzyżanowski, J.: Wprowadzenie do elastycznych systemów wytwórczych, Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Wrocławskiej, Wrocław 2005, APPLIED INFORMATICS Year (I), semester (2) Level: I Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: none Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Bogdan Dybała, PhD Hours / sem. (h) 30 Exam / Course work: CW ECTS 2 Workload (h) 60 Outcome: The goal of the course is to acquaint students with computer tools for new product design. Presented will be methods of creating computer models using innovative technologies aiding the design process. Contents: 3D geometric modelling wireframe, surface and solid models. NURBS curves and surfaces. Geometric data exchange, neutral formats. Physical object digitization. Point cloud and polygonal mesh. Data formats: STL, VRML and others. Processing point clouds and triangle meshes. Faults in digitized models and methods of their removal. Parametric modelling based on measurement data. Visualisation of 3D models. Virtual reality.
14 1. E. Chlebus, Techniki komputerowe CAx w inżynierii produkcji, WNT, Warszawa E. Chlebus, T. Boratyoski, B. Dybała, M. Frankiewicz, P. Kolinka, Innowacyjne technologie Rapid Prototyping - Rapid Tooling w rozwoju produktu, Oficyna Wydawnicza PWr, Wrocław Vinesh Raja, Kiran J. Fernandes, Reverse Engineering. An Industrial Perspective, Springer Edward P. Grenda, Worldwide Guide to Rapid Prototyping, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Year (I), semester (2) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Jan Skonieczny, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: E CW ECTS 2 1 Workload (h) Aims of the course (effects of the course): Main aim of the course is presentation the new concepts of strategic management especially a concept of strategic management and strategy models for enterprises. Aim of the tutorials is generated a strategy on a base of real enterprise. Contents: The course discusses the strategic management, especially: genesis of strategic management, strategy models. Moreover conceptual essentials of strategic management and steeps of strategy formulation process will be raised on the lecture. The course is addresses for students that are interested in new management concept and strategic relation s changes during economy transition. 1. M. Moszkowicz (red.), Zarządzanie Strategiczne - systemowa koncepcja biznesu, PWE, Warszawa H. Steinmann, G. Schreyogg G., Zarządzanie podstawy kierowania przedsiębiorstwem. Koncepcje funkcje przykłady, Oficyna wydawnicza Politechniki Wrocławskiej, Wrocław S.J. Porth, Strategic management. A cross-functional Approach, T.L. Wheelen, J.D. Hunger, Startegic Management and Business Policy, Pearson Prentite Hall, INTERMEDIATE PROJECT (SPECIALIZATION) Year (I), semester (2) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Basic Quantum Mechanics Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Hours / sem. (h) 90 Exam / Course work: CW ECTS 9 Workload (h) 270
15 Outcome: The intermediate project comprehensively covers the problems connected with creating a concept of a product, designing it, determining the technology of manufacturing the product in the environment of a specific industrial plant, and placing it on the market. It is assumed that the project will be carried out in small groups of 4-5 persons under the guidance of a team of specialists in design and construction, manufacturing technology and production organization, marketing and costs account, and if possible - with participation of representatives of industrial plants. Content: thematic content: part one of the project should include an analysis of the production and manufacturing capabilities of a selected plant (future manufacturer), development of a marketing concept of a product, market research, and preparation of a preliminary design of a machine or equipment. : part two of the project, that is a comprehensive design of the product. It should cover: preparation of a technical design in the form of technical documentation, development of manufacturing technology together with the documentation of the manufacturing process along with assembly. A research programme and a programme of acceptance requirements should be prepared PRODUCTION SYSTEM ORGANISATION Year (I), semester (2) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Jacek Czajka, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: T CW ECTS 2 2 Workload (h) Outcome: Presentation of the issues related to planning and optimization of production systems. Presentation of modern methods and computer tools supporting such tasks. Contents: The aim of the course is to present to the students the basic terms related to production systems and their planning. Structures of organization of production process will be discussed, taking under consideration relations between elements of the systems. Various aspects of layout planning will be presented: algorithms for optimization of workspace placements, planning of cellular systems with the application of the Group Technology, modelling of production systems and their optimization with the support of computer systems. Within the course students will design a production system. On the basis of performed calculations the students will develop a theoretic layout. In the next step they will build a 3D model of the production system in a computer system. The last stage will be a simulation analysis of the system taking under consideration all technological processes and assumed criteria.
16 1. Durlik I.: Strategia i projektowanie systemów produkcyjnych, Agencja Wydawnicza PLACET, Warszawa, Chorobiński A.: Wybrane zagadnienia projektowania systemów produkcyjnych, WPW, Warszawa, J. Mazurczak, Projektowanie struktur systemów produkcyjnych, Wydawnictwo Politechniki Poznańskiej, Poznań Groover, Mikell P.: Automation, production systems, and computer-integrated manufacturing. 2001r. 5. Heragu, Sunderesh S.: Facilities design Methods of production risk assessment Year (I), semester (2) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Production and service management I / II Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Anna Burduk, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: T CW ECTS 1 2 Workload (h) Outcome: Acquiring practical skills in the scope of analysing, assessing and managing random factors of the risk occurring in production systems. Contents: Random factors disturbing the course of a production process (risk factors) are permanent elements of production systems. In a production management process, there should be a striving for decreasing their negative impact on the production process. During the classes, students will acquire practical skills in managing the risk occurring in production enterprises, and thus they will be able to decrease its level. 1. Anna C. Thornton : Preview Variation Risk Management: Focusing Quality Improvements in Product Development and Production, John Wiley. Hoboken, New Jersey, 2004, 2. Chlebus Edward, Burduk Anna: Application of modelling and variant simulation in analysis, design and risk estimation of manufacturing system. [in:] Advances in manufacturing technology. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Manufacturing Research ICMR2004 incorporating the Twentieth National Conference on Manufacturing Research. NCMR, Sheffield, UK, 2004; DOCUMENTING AND AUDIT OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Year (I), semester () Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Quality Management (lecture and seminar) Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Barbara Sujak-Cyrul,
17 Hours / sem. (h): 30 Exam / Course work: CW ECTS 2 Workload (h) 60 Mastering basic practical skills in the scope of: analysis, design and preparation of elements of a quality management system s documentation according to universal ISO series 9000 standards. interpretation of ISO 9001 standard s requirements as well as planning, conducting and documenting internal quality management systems audits according to ISO 9001 and ISO Content: ISO 9000 standards are a widely applied, universal basis for design, implementation, certification, maintenance and improvement of Quality Management Systems (QMS) in organisations of any type and size. Systems consistent with ISO 9001 standard (or with trade standards containing requirements ISO 9001, which is applicable to e.g. automotive, aerial, telecommunication industry) require both documentation in a necessary scope, as well as conducting internal audits in a planned time frame, to determine if a given quality management system is consistent with requirements and if it is effectively implemented and sustained. This course (in the form of project) is planned as a development of subject of the "Quality Management Systems lecture or alternatively own study with ISO 9001 and ISO standards. 1. Own materials 2. EN ISO 9000: 2005 (id. ISO 9000: 2005), Quality management systems - Fundamentals and vocabulary 3. EN ISO 9001: 2008 (id. ISO 9001:2008), Quality management systems - Requirements 4. EN ISO 9004: 2001 (id. ISO 9004:2000), Quality management systems - Guidelines for performance improvements PLANNING OF PRODUCTION PROJECTS Year (II), semester (3) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Production and service management I / II Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Jarosław Chrobot, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: T CW ECTS 1 2 Workload (h) Outcome: Getting basic knowledge on issues connected with preparation of investment project, which consists first of all in identification, elaboration of investment profile and on the next stage on elaboration of feasibility study and pre-investment study. Contents: The course regarding lecture consists of presentations, which regard main assumptions for planning (the issue of investment undertaking, development of investment project), pre-
18 investment phase (possibilities study, supporting studies (functional), feasibility study), problems taken up in pre-investment studies (genesis and the concept of the project, strategic orientation, scope of the project, data acquisition, financing issues), investment phase and operational phase. The course within the laboratory includes realisation of a plan of an exemplary production undertaking with help of the MS Project tool. 1. Behrens W., Hawranek P.M. Manual for the preparation of industrial feasibility studies ; United Nations Industrial Development Organization 2. L. Muhleman J. Oakland, K. Lockyer Production and Operations Management TECHNOLOGY PLANNING CAD/CAM Year (II), semester (3) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Production and service management I / II Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Jacek Czajka, PhD Hours / sem. (h) Exam / Course work: T CW ECTS 1 2 Workload (h) Outcome: Presentation of the issues related to CAD/CAM systems usage in development area. Contents: During the course, students familiarize themselves with issues relating to the design of technology for numerically controlled machines using CAD/CAM systems. Learn the principles of design processes for CNC machine tools and mechanisms to manage the project. At the laboratory classes popular CAD/CAM systems will be presented. In terms of processing milling and turning modules will be discussed in detail. Will present issues regarding the integration of CAD/CAM systems and their implementation in companies. 1. Kief, Hans B.: FFS-Handbuch : Einfuhrung in flexible Fertigungssysteme und deren Komponenten : CNC, DNC, CAD, CAM, FFS, FMS, CAQ, CIM r. 2. Kief, Hans B.: NC/CNC handbuch 2007/08 : CNC, DNC, CAD, CAM, CIM, FFS, SPS, RPD, LAN, NC- Maschinen, NC-Roboter, Antriebe, Simulation, Fach- und Stichwortverzeichnis. 2007r. 3. Singh, D. K.: Fundamentals of manufacturing engineering. 2008r INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS II Year (II), semester (3) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: integrated management systems I Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Anna Burduk, PhD
19 Hours / sem. (h) 30 Exam / Course work: CW ECTS 1 Workload (h) 60 Outcome: Acquiring basic knowledge in the scope of integrated management systems in an enterprise. Presentation of the possibilities of management system integration in different areas of an enterprise. Demonstrating the relations occurring between management subsystems. Contents: During the classes, the students will familiarize themselves with the possibilities of integrating the management systems of an industrial enterprise, basing on a selected example. Integration of particular subsystems of an enterprise with the use of selected analytical and IT methods will allow increasing the efficiency of business processes, minimizing the necessary resources, and developing a coherent production data and documentation flow system. 1. Richard Barker, Cliff Longman: Case*Method: Function and Process Modelling, Oracle Corporation, 1992; 2. Richard Barker, Cliff Longman: Case*Method: Entity Relationship Modelling, Oracle Corporation, 1992; SAFETY OF MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT Year (II), semester (3) Level: II Obligatory/Optional Prerequisites: Teaching: Traditional/Distance L. Lecturer: Zbigniew Smalec, PhD Hours / sem. (h) 15 Exam / Course work: CW ECTS 2 Workload (h) 60 Outcome: Familiarizing students with the requirements concerning the conformity of products, with special emphasis put to the aspects of safety of machines, equipment and installations. Contents: Threats connected with operation of machines and equipment, requirements as to the conformity of products, CE marking, directives and harmonized standards concerning safety, safety devices, and examples. Materials for the lecture, EU directives and standards concerning safety