Mechanical Engineering is one of the most diverse and versatile engineering fields and it is related to the study of objects and systems in motion. The field of mechanical engineering touches on the basics of mechanics, manufacturing, and systems while integrating aspects of other disciplines. Mechanical Engineering gives expertise in the analysis of problems, and test prototypes of how thermal and mechanical devices might help to solve a particular problem.
The students of Mechanical Engineering learn the fundamentals of mechanics by focusing on core principles in design and manufacturing, mechanics and materials, robotics, and biosystems, together with essential areas of mathematics and physical sciences. The Department of Mechanical Engineering educates the engineers of the future while conducting leading-edge research in AI and Design, Advanced Manufacturing, Computational Engineering, Robotics and Autonomy, Biosystems and Health, Energy and Sustainability, and Micro/nanoengineering.
Mechanical engineers are problem solvers who apply their skills on teams to develop a wide range of products and systems including, printers, semiconductor tools, transmissions, machine tools, space shuttle vehicles, power plants, factories, gas turbines, aircraft engines, prosthetic devices, control systems, engine parts, disk drives, compressors, robots, sensors, wind turbines, fuel cells, turbines, pumps and more. Career opportunities include:
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