What do you get when you give some of the brightest and most motivated student minds access to world-class faculty and facilities and present them with extremely difficult problems to solve?
Mechanical engineers who have a positive impact on the world around them...
The University of Michigan will lead a suite of projects involving multiple institutions to boost understanding of solid-state EV power cells.
We believe each one of us plays an important role in building an environment where everyone can thrive as learners and leaders. We have put together this webpage to help collect resources, transparency, opportunities, and more revolving around DEI in our department and beyond.
Living in Michigan
The U-M Department of Mechanical Engineering is located on the University of Michigan’s North campus in Ann Arbor, a vibrant mid-sized city known for its sprawling greenery and exposed-brick facades, its array of enticing eateries and historic theaters, and, of course, Michigan Football!
The NSF-funded research from Liu’s lab is featured in the proceedings entitled Understanding the Rules of Life.
Saima Jamal has spent the past eight months in NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, at the Goddard Space Flight Center, and in Washington, D.C., exploring the multidisciplinary work open to a mechanical engineer in the space industry.
The Energy Transport Laboratory has published a new study about droplet coalescence, an important process that affects droplet shedding on state-of-the-art oil-impregnated surfaces.
Funded with $1 million from the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Partnerships program, ME professor, Serife Tol, will be developing a quality assessment method for nuclear reactor parts using advanced ultrasonic imaging.
Elliott Rouse is a recipient of this year’s Henry Russel Awards, the university’s highest honor for early or mid-career faculty members.
This appointment “recognizes his extensive and outstanding scholarly achievements, his commitment to excellence in education for his students, and his extensive contributions to the University of Michigan and beyond.”