Apply for an intelligent manufacturing course starting April 24

A student works with additive manufacturing equipment.

Barrett, The Honors College, students who have interests in science and business are invited to apply for Part 1 in a five-part series of free, interactive and hands-on training courses designed to introduce students to implementing data-driven methods and analytics to improve manufacturing systems. No prior experience is necessary.

Introduction to Analytics for Intelligence Manufacturing course
Monday, April 24–Friday, April 28, 2023
6:30–8:30 p.m. each day
, totaling 10 hours
This course will be offered in-person at the Tempe campus. A location will be shared following admission into the program.

Through a combination of lectures and hands-on laboratory lessons, students can expect to gain skills in manufacturing analytics, simulation and data analysis techniques by modeling and designing experiments to achieve performance goals.

The course will be offered by the Manufacturing, Automation and Data Engineering Science and Technology Center, or MADE STC, and instructed by Associate Professor Giulia Pedrielli and Professor of Practice Daniel McCarville, both faculty members in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence at ASU.

To earn a micro badge, the student must attend all 10 hours of the course. This class does not qualify for credit transfer requirements.

Apply to Part 1 of the Introduction to Analytics for Intelligence Manufacturing course.