All engineers solve problems. Mechanical engineers get to pick the most interesting problems, because we consider our field to be the most wide-ranging, versatile and flexible. By choosing mechanical engineering, you’ll be learning how natural elements in our world work, like heat and cold; fluids, solids and gases; metals, plastics and even human tissue—and how to control the stresses, motions and designs of those elements.
Apply by October 1, 2023
Assistant Professor in Energy Systems
Assistant Professor in Fluid Dynamics
Assistant Professor in Structural Dynamics
Assistant Professor in Polymers & Composites
The deadline for the Assistant Professor positions is December 20, 2023.
Lei Zhou uses her interdisciplinary precision mechatronics research as a powerful tool for solving problems in various application areas, including semiconductor manufacturing equipment and robotics. With a systems focus, she…
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