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Swinburne University of Technology, Shandong University Weihai (SDUW), Weihai Economic and Technological Development Zone (WZ) and the Australian Education and Management Group (AEMG) have announced an advanced manufacturing centre, to launch early next year.
A statement from Swinburne said the joint research centre at WZ’s technological park would focus on the areas of automation and mechatronics, 3D printing, biomedical devices and medical manufacturing, electronics manufacturing, and advanced materials.
“This research partnership aligns with Swinburne’s strategic direction and one of our key research institutes. We believe this partnership will be mutually beneficial for all parties, as we work together to create impact in the field of advanced manufacturing,” said Swinburne’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Development) Professor Aleksandar Subic.