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Pursue a degree or take courses in mechanical engineering.
Graduate work leading to degrees in mechanical engineering and in materials science.
Research includes biomechanics, fusion, materials science, machining, and more.
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Jeff Tithof is having a very good spring.
Course management keeps champion skier, biker on his chosen path
Nil Kingston ’21 can thread a mountain bike down a rock- and root-strewn trail with the best of them.
Earlier this month the University of Rochester mechanical engineering major finished in the top 10 in two very different events at a collegiate mountain bike national championship.Continue Reading
The department was ranked 14th in publications per faculty and 8th in citations per publication, according to a 2010 study by the National Research Council.
There are approximately 200 undergraduate students (50 per graduating class) and 22 faculty members in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Rochester.
All of our mechanical engineering students apply the latest software to problems in the mechanics of solids and fluids, materials science, mechanical systems, and advanced power applications. They also have broad hands-on laboratory and design experience. We offer research opportunities to both graduate and undergraduate students.Learn More
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