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The 27th edition of the annual Engineering Projects Exhibition, showcased the projects carried out by the undergraduate engineering students during the final year of their four year B.Eng.(Hons) degree programme and also postgraduate engineering students. Projects were on display at the various laboratories at the Faculty of Engineering (Msida Campus) between Friday 1 July and Saturday 2 July. Find out more at: www.um.edu.mt/eng Video by James Moffett (Communications & Alumni Relations Office)
The degree in Computer Engineering, offered by the Faculty of ICT, covers both the hardware and software aspects of computer systems. This program of studies covers the skills required to design a computing system that captures, transmits and processes information, typically but not limited to multimedia. More information about the course can be found here: http://www.um.edu.mt/ict/overview/UBSCHICPEFT-2012-3-O Video by James Moffett (Marketing, Communications & Alumni Relations Office)
A short video describing the design process of an automatic fish de-boning device carried out by a group of third year mechanical engineering students at the University of Malta.
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Explore the University of Malta and discover the many facets that make this the highest teaching institution in Malta. Find out more at: http://www.um.edu.mt CREDITS Produced by the Communications & Alumni Relations Office Writing, Filming and Editing James Moffett Production Assistants Graziella Scicluna & Monica Farrugia Graphics and Score mixing Jean Claude Vancell Voiceover Malcolm Galea Drone footage Aerial Malta Thank you to all the staff and students who helped in the production of this video.
The 28th edition of the annual University of Malta Engineering Projects Exhibition showcased the projects carried out by the undergraduate engineering students during the final year of their four year B.Eng.(Hons) degree programme. Projects were on display at the Faculty of Engineering’s various laboratories (University of Malta - Msida Campus) between 1-2 July 2017. Find out more at: http://www.um.edu.mt/eng Video produced by the Marketing, Communications & Alumni Office
A Simex TF Cutter Head in Malta: big production, zero environmental impact Malta is a small country, but due to its geological characteristics it boasts a high number of quarries containing sedimentary rock. Many quarries are located near town centers or tourist destinations, so the quarrying method plays an important role; drilling and blasting or using breakers in fact can cause problems to the environment. Cutter heads, on the other hand, have the dual advantage of minimizing environmental impact and supplying the ideal sizes of material for later processing. ITA: Una Testa Fresante Simex TF a Malta: grandi produzioni, zero impatto ambientale Nonostante le piccole dimensioni, Malta per la sua conformazione geologica può vantare un alto numero di cave di roccia sedimentaria. Molte c...
The Broadcasting Authority was nominated for the Industrial Excellence Category of the 14th Edition of the Malta Engineering Excellence Awards 2015 held by the Chamber of Engineers [http://www.coe.org.mt/] Held under the Distinguished Patronage of H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta On Tuesday 8th December 2015 at 6:30pm at The Verdala Palace
For more information about studying at the University of Malta you may refer here: Degree studies - http://www.um.edu.mt/int-eu/international/admissions Visiting/ Study Abroad students - http://www.um.edu.mt/int-eu/visitingstudents
Offered by the Department of Systems & Control Engineering, the M.Sc. course in Signals, Systems and Control provides the necessary academic, practical and professional knowledge for students to learn and achieve high-tech competencies and advanced technological skills in the interlinked areas of signal processing, system dynamics and automatic control systems. For more information: http://www.um.edu.mt/eng/sce/teaching/msc Video produced by James Moffett (Marketing, Communications & Alumni Office)
A pair of grungy GE locomotives lead this eastbound 12 car "Engineering Special" (PCBG42 23) up Creston Hill approaching Malta, Illinois on the UP-Geneva Subdivision. UP 6517 (AC44CW) and UP 5768 (AC44CWCTE) are headed for Union Pacific’s Global 4 in Joliet. *** Flickr - https://flic.kr/p/Gutfgp ***
A short but thorough tour through the studios, control and engineering rooms of Malta T.V. by the chief engineer. This December '74 visit shot on 1/2" open reel shows image-orthocon tubed cameras with lens turrets for changing from wide to medium to long lens (one had a zoom!) The announcer actually sat down on the news/continuity set (they would only stand in the main studio), and the film was lubricated (in negative) as it went through the chain to air. Audio control also had a 'gram unit' (phonograph player) above the arched faders of the mixer. One VTR was an Ampex 1100 with V-lock (ie, no dissolve to/from tape) the RCA could be genlocked, if required. This station, with recycled gear from the BBC and RAI, was essentially set up just like it was in the late 50's and all programming was...
A description of the experience and results of an engineering design project undertaken by nine students reading for Mechanical Engineering degrees at the University of Malta. Group G: Amy Grech Delia Sciberras Josef Camilleri Kyle Alamango Kyle Zammit Marc Rizzo Michelle Cortis Yanika Agius Yasmine Dalmas
This is a short video showing cutting of a flange on a vehicle axle using lathe