The materials science and engineering department offers a Master of Science, as well as a Doctor of Philosophy in metallurgical engineering.
Students can choose from a number of fundamental and applied research interests, including:
- Metals casting
- Joining and forming
- Thin-film metal deposition
- High-temperature metals and intermetallic compounds
- Powder metallurgy
- Plasma spray deposition
- Thermodynamics and kinetics of pyrometallurgical and electrometallurgical processes
- Environmental aspects of metal manufacturing
- Treatment of metal industry wastes
Research is conducted in state-of-the-art laboratories, including the Materials Research Center (MRC).