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As per available reports 17 Conference Proceedings, 10 relevant Journals and 9 National symposiums are presently dedicated exclusively to Manufacturing Engineering and about 12 articles are being published on Manufacturing Engineering.
Manufacturing engineering is a discipline of engineering dealing with different manufacturing practices and includes the research, design and development of systems, processes, machines, tools and equipment. The manufacturing engineer's primary focus is to turn raw materials into a new or updated product in the most economic, efficient and effective way possible. Topics like Quality assurance, Production planning and control and Nano fabrication and precision engineering are of interest.
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Scope and Importance:
Manufacturing Engineers focus on the design and operation of integrated systems for the production of high-quality, economically competitive products. These systems may include computer networks, robots, machine tools, and materials-handling equipment. Manufacturing engineers have a high level of technical expertise and skill, which they use to plan, design, set up, modify, optimize and monitor manufacturing processes.
They work to produce high quality goods efficiently using the most cost-effective methods and with the aim of reducing the impact of production on the environment. Manufacturing engineers are designers, as well as analytical and creative thinkers. They can operate on their own initiative but also contribute as a team member working with engineers from various disciplines. They also work with other professionals, in areas such as finance and health and safety.
Manufacturing engineering is just one facet of the engineering industry. With the globalization of production, the need for manufacturing engineering solutions increases, both in the U.S. and internationally. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (U.S.BLS) has predicted 6% growth for employment opportunities in this closely-related field from 2010 to 2020. Beyond this rating, there is versatility in both the type of focus needed and the kinds of industries pursuing the latest technologies. The national average starting salary for new manufacturing engineering graduates ranges from $45,000 to $59,000. According to the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, the average starting salary for a manufacturing engineering graduate (BS) is $44,837. The group estimates that the average salary of all manufacturing engineers is $57,683.
List of major Associations and Societies on Manufacturing Engineering:
1. Society of Manufacturing Engineers
2. Association for Manufacturing Excellence
3. American Society of Safety Engineers
4. Society for Manufacturing Engineers, SME
5. The Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)
6. British Engineering Manufacturers' Association
7. Manufacturing Technologies Association
8. Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders
9. International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP)
List of Companies:
1. Volkswagen Group
2. Samsung Electronics
4. General Electric
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This page was last updated on 14th Sep, 2015
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