CEFAS member at the IX Workshop on Science, Innovation and Technology (2019.10.24)
CEFAS member presented a work at the IX Workshop on Science, Innovation and Technology (CIT@tenas 2019), in Varadero
EcFEM 4 released (2019.10.23)
Fully functional version 4.0.2 of EcFEM (MATLAB toolbox for solving finite element problems) has been released by the CEFAS's developers team.
New published paper on IEEE Access (2019.07.24)
CEFAS's members, in colaboration with the Center for Automatics and Robotis (CAR) from Spain, published a paper on optimization of ultraprecision motion systems.
CEFAS members at the International Congress on Mathematics and Computer Sciences (2019.07.17)
CEFAS members presented two works at the XVI International Congress on Mathematics and Computer Sciences (COMPUMAT 2019), in Havana
CEFAS members at the International Conference of the University of Camagüey (2019.05.23)
CEFAS members presented their works at the Scientific and Technological International Conference of the University of Camagüey, in Santa María KeyGOALS
To contribute to the knowledge development in the field of advanced mechanical manufacturing, through high level and high impact scientific researches.
To develop, through technological innovation, products and services which can be transfer for improving the manufacturing processes in the Cuban industry.
To graduate PhD's, in the field of manufacturing processes, through high level scientific researches.
To contribute to postgraduate programs and formation related to the Center research topics.
To contribute to undergraduate programs related to the Center research topics.
To carry out an active university extension work, in order to spread the research outcomes of the Center in the social environments where they can be useful.RESEARCH LINES
It is focused to the development and assimilation of manufacturing systems based on using information and communication technologies, automation and artificial intelligence.
Coordinator: Dr.C. Marcelino Rivas
Sustainable manufacturing for SME's
It is centered in developing and evaluating sustainable manufacturing systems for small and medium-sized enterprises, in order to enhance their efficiency and competitiveness.
Coordinator: Dr.C. Ramón Quiza
Biomedical element manufacturing
It is directed to developing manufacturing processes for biomedical components, including implants, sensors and equipment parts.
Coordinator: Dr.C. Elsa Adelina Paz Estévez