Professional Courses of the Genoa University for Industries and Companies
The Cooperation between Confindustria, Professional Engineering Society, Genoa University, Industrial Plant Industries and Engineering Companies
allowed to develop the innovativethe MIPET Program to excel in Industrial Plant Engineering and Technologies.
The evolution in Industrial Plant Engineering requires constant updating and continuous training of qualified personnel, in this context Genoa University developed the MIPET Professional Modules that represent an important element of MIPET (Master on Industrial Plant Engineering & Technologies - www.itim.unige.it/ mipet); MIPET is organized by the Polytechnic School - Engineering Faculty of Genoa University in collaboration with numerous companies operating in this sector (i.e. ABB, Bombardier, Danieli Centro Combustion, Paul Wurth, Tenova) and Confindustria and the Society of Professional Engineers. The proposed modules are open to engineers and company technicians, and are defined as Operative Modules; each Operative Module is focused on a specific topic: Project Management, Constructions, Standards & Regulations, Safety & Risks, Communication and Team Working, R&D, Plant Simulation; each Operative Module is characterized by a duration of 35 hours organized over an intensive week of lectures, tutorials, case studies, simulations and Role Play Games; the Instructors are a mix of Academics and Engineering Experts and all the lectures are in English; the attendees will receive all the support material; currently these Modules are already scheduled, however, on the basis of the received applications further editions could be organized, even in Italian if requested.
Companies and individuals are entitled to register and participate by filling out the MIPET Operative Course Form and sending it to MIPET (email@example.com); a special fee is reserved for employers of companies associated Confidustria and/or engineers members of the Professional Engineering Society (Ordine degli Ingegneri); in addition, this year it will be possible for MIPET Sponsor Companies & Institutions to register participants even on MIPET Thematic Modules.
Students enrolled in MIPET Master don't have to pay any registration to attende the Operative and Thematic Modules being integral part of the Master Program.
In addition this year, Operative and Thematic Module could be
available also in video streaming for remote attendees including blended education solutions for supporting virtual experience
and interactive Role Play Games and Simulation.
MIPET Modules are devoted to develop skills in System and Process Engineers,
Technical Coordinators operating effectively in Project Teams
in Global Engineering and Construction, Project Managers, Industrial Plant Engineers.
These Modules provide deep technical skills in Industrial Plant Engineering & Technologies over specific thematic and operative areas.
Who Should Attend
The MIPET Modules are Continuous Professional Education for people with Engineering experience and/or new graduates;
so MIPET Modules are addressing:
Young Engineers with strong potential and technical background
International Excellent Students of Engineering Departments from all around the world
Engineers with experience in Plant Engineering from world-wide
Engineers already employed in Engineering and Construction Companies who are interested in attending specific Operative Modules of the MIPET Master Program such as Project Management, Constructions, Standards and Regulations, Safety, Security & Risks
Engineers interested in attending specific thematic educational modules of the Master Program that are already working in Companies involved in Construction and Engineering of Industrial Plant and related sectors
Lean Construction Procedures for Industrial Plants, Applications and Case Study
Babel Experience: competition between two teams each one divided between Site and Offices on a Construction Project; the experience is devoted to outline the critical issues related to coordination/cooperation between engineering and constructions as well
General Safety concepts related to Industrial Plants Life Cycle (accident pyramid, cause effect analysis, risk analysis, training and information, BBS, main indexes and matrixes, organization)
Specific safety characteristics on Process Plants
Security and General Risks on Industrial Plants
Methodologies and behavioral aspects related to safety and risks to be considered in plant design and construction
Behavioral aspects influence on accident frequency
Business Case on Process Plant Safety
Quantitative and Qualitative methods to support risk evaluation and management
Case Study on Safety Integrated Solutions
Introduction to SBRA Methodology
Exercise: application of SBRA (Scenario Based Risk Assessment) Methodology on a Construction Yard
Case Study Resolution on the Construction and Debriefing on SBRA (Scenario Based Risk Assessment) application; Validation and Verification of Industrial Case Studies
Introduction to Industrial Plant Service impact on Safety along Plant Life Cycle: Availability and indexes, Alternative Approaches, EOH, Impact of Engineering on Service and Safety, Service Inventory, Consistency and Optimization of Inspection and Revisions, Rewamping e Retrofittings
Service for Complex Industrial Plants; Safety & Plant Life Cycle; Safety & Anti-Explosions
Condition Monitoring, Diagnostics, Non destructive tests and Plant Maintenance
Vibration Analysis, Modal Analysis, FEM for vibration analysis, TPA, durability, inertial characteristics by experimental analysis, regulations for sustainable vibration analysis, qualification on vibration of mechanical components (sine, random, combined
Simulation and Dynamic Analysis of Plants and Machines for Raw Material Handling and Manufacturing)
Industrial Plant Management & Maintenance
Industrial Plant Services
Procedures, Tools and Technologies for Service in Industrial Plants
Rail Security: the constructor role and impact on rail system
Components of a board locomotive facility. How making and installing the facility on board.
The concept of industrial sustainability and its engineering implications. Technology and environment: the master equation, Components of a sustainable transition, Quantifying sustainability, Linking industrial activities to sustainability
Sustainable Engineering: Engineering and the industrial sequence, Green chemistry, Green engineering, The process design challenge, Pollution Prevention, The process Life Cycle, Green technologies
Environmental Control Techniques within Industrial Plants
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
European Directives and National Legislation
IPPC/BAT documents: an overview and some examples
Flue Gas Treatment in Iron & Steel Industry
Municipal Solid Waste Treatment: Incineration Plants, Pyrolysis and Gasification
MIPET Module includes special discounts for Confindustria Members, Associates to Ordine degli Ingegneri and
MIPET Sponsors; for further info on fees and special offers please contact Matteo Agresta by email:
MIPET Technical & Scientific References are based on state of
art Research and Technology on the Sector of Industrial Plants as well as
on classic books on these areas; material related to exercises and case
studies are provided during the course.