Student Research Spotlight
Graduate student Sivana Torres is applying high-speed optical imaging to measure explosively-driven fracture in acrylic samples in support of a project for Sandia National Laboratories. Sivana is studying toward a PhD in Mechanical Engineering while working in Dr. Michael Hargather's Research Laboratory.
NMT Mechanical Engineering Department has been ranked #26 nationally by College Choice.
The National Science Foundation has established an REU at NMT for Intelligent Energetic Systems Research, led by PI Dr. Hargather.
The Mechanical Engineering Bachelor Degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
We invite you to arrange a one-on-one virtual admission visit, or email a Mechanical Engineering Faculty Advisor.
Undergraduate Design Clinic
Our program and student success is driven by the two-year design clinic program which offers students the opportunity to work on real-world engineering problems with projects sponsored by industries, government agencies, and national laboratories. The design projects span a wide range of interests and topics including robotics, auto-mechanics, prosthetics, and aerospace engineering.
Department Chair, Pete V. Domenici Endowed Associate ProfessorSeokbin Lim, PhD
ProfessorSayavur Bakhtiyarov, PhD
Assistant ProfessorArvin Ebrahimkhanlou, PhD
ProfessorJulie Ford, PhD
Associate ProfessorAshok Ghosh, PhD, PE
Associate ProfessorMichael Hargather, PhD
Assistant ProfessorMostafa Hassanalian, PhD
Associate Professor, Associate Department ChairJamie Kimberley, PhD
Assistant ProfessorKooktae Lee, PhD
Assistant ProfessorCurtis O'Malley, PhD
Assistant ProfessorDonghyeon Ryu, PhD
Assistant ProfessorTie Wei, PhD
ProfessorAndrei Zagrai, PhD
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