The Department of Mechanical Engineering conducts experimental and analytical research on fundamental and applied topics in the general fields of design/manufacturing and thermo/fluidic engineering. Applied topics include fields such as MEMS, nanoscience, biomedical engineering, laser engineering, robotics, applied computational engineering, and environment engineering.
The graduate course in Mechanical Engineering covers these fundamental and applied topics which are directly related to the research conducted at each specific lab. We emphasize both fundamental science and applied projects funded by government grants and industry collaboration.
Education and Research
  • CAD & CAM
  • Material Strength and Structural Analysis
  • Nondestructive and Precision Instrumentation
  • Noise and Vibration Control
  • Automobiles, Internal Combustion Engine
  • Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
  • Visualization of Fluid Flow, Turbo Machinery, Micro Fluidics
  • Refrigeration, HVAC
  • Plant Engineering
  • New and Renewable Energy
  • MEMS and Nanoscale Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
Applications and related industries
  • Manufacturing and Production Engineering
  • CAD & CAM
  • Mechanical Infrastructure (Machinery, Construction, Power Plants)
  • Automotives, Heavy equipment and Shipbuilding
  • Electronic Engineering (Sensors, 3D-IC, Microelectronics packaging)
  • Biomedical Engineering
Department Characteristics and Development Prospects
Mechanical Engineering is a broad field aiming to build useful products for society. Graduate research encompasses fundamental science in interdisciplinary fields such as micro/nano technology, biomedical technology, and environment technology. Students conduct research using various software tools and state of the art equipment.