Research and teaching in the Mechanics area are focused on enriching the spectrum of models and tools for describing and predicting static and dynamic thermomechanical phenomena. Understanding and optimizing the mechanical and dynamical response of a material system is essential to its ultimate application.
Research Includes: Fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, nonlinear mechanics, computational mechanics, and structural mechanics.
Associate Professor Cullen Buie researches a novel method to quickly sort and identify the various strains of bacteria.
Jeehwan Kim successfully produces wafer-scale, “single-domain” graphene, a promising successor to silicon.
MechE faculty are passionate, out-of-the-box thinkers who love to get their hands dirty.