Mechanical engineering is a very broad field. It encompasses machines, materials, energy, manufacturing, automation, biomedical engineering, aerospace and more. The department’s expertise and programs fully cover this breadth, offering students a broadly based education and a wide range of career choices.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The department, founded in 1967, offers undergraduate as well as research and graduate programs in mechanical engineering and biomedical mechanical engineering.
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The Department of Mechanical Engineering accepts around 200 new undergraduate students and 100 graduate students a year.
It currently has 21 full-time professors and four emeritus professors, who are actively pursuing research in cutting edge laboratories and supervising graduate students in six strong research programs: advanced materials and manufacturing engineering, biomedical engineering, solid mechanics and design engineering, dynamics, controls, automation and robotics, aeronautical engineering, thermal and fluids engineering.