Eco-technology in Industrial Processes Engineering
Engineering Graduate in Eco-technology in Industrial Processes
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"You will contribute to the creation of sustainable products that reduce the industry’s impact on the environment."
In the Degree in Engineering in Ecotechnologies, you will work on acquiring knowledge related to materials and manufacturing technologies, in order to achieve products and processes that take care of our future.
We are aware of the industry’s impact on the environment and the need to reduce the pollution produced by manufacturing processes, the materials used, and the manufactured products themselves. Therefore, your role as a professional will be crucial. Thanks to your knowledge of materials and processes, you will develop more sustainable products.
After graduating, you will have the necessary knowledge to work in technical, innovation and research departments in the most advanced industrial and technological companies. You will be able to work in any of the phases of product or machine development, manufacturing process, installation, and maintenance.
Traditional, developed engineering
Thinking green: Building a different, more sustainable society
You will learn by practice, which is why 93% of those who completed the degree are employed
DUAL Training. Internships from the 2nd year and in-company End-of-Course Project
You will have direct access to the Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering
- Materials science
- Simulation of multiphysical processes
- Environmental optimisation of processes
- Lifecycle analysis
- Electronics and instrumentation
- Power generation systems
- Treatment technologies
Carreer opportunities of the degree in engineering of ecotechnologies in industrial processes
These are some of the tasks that you can develop in your job:
- Designing sustainable manufacturing processes
- Designing reliable and green products
- Choosing or developing sustainable materials
- Improving the use of resources
- Extending the lifecycle of products
- Reducing the environmental impact of the industry