Biomechanics
High-Tech Health Patient imaging data, such as CT or MRI scans, are used to build interactive 3-D computer models of the arteries and veins and to simulate blood flow in order to design customized surgeries. The collaboration among engineers, computer scientists, and doctors improves results for patients.
Energy
Powering us into the Future One of the major challenges of this century will be meeting growing global energy demand while reducing carbon emissions and other pollution from fossil fuels. The MAE department in collaboration with the Center for Energy Research (CER) brings together a multidisciplinary team of scientists, and engineers to create sustainable energy solutions.
Undergraduate Labs
A Foundation for Success Many students participate in several hours of research each week during the academic year. Students can also enroll in independent study, internships, and programs like Global TIES where they gain experience and solve real problems.
Design
Learning by Building Project-based learning involves constructing robotic contraptions, student-initiated projects in labs and computer courses, and a senior design project in which teams work to solve industry problems.
Dynamic Systems and Control
Building Better Batteries Improving the estimation of charge distribution inside lithium-ion batteries – a project undertaken by the Cymer Center – promises more efficient and reliable electronics for industry and for consumers.
Environmental Engineering
Predicting Sunshine Sky imagers, developed at UC San Diego and in use at the nation’s largest solar power plant, minimize uncertainty in solar energy generation by predicting solar power output. The imagers track cloud cover via fish-eye lenses and three-dimensional modeling.
Fluid Mechanics
Propulsive Research Research using engineering techniques to unlock some of biology’s most interesting mysteries reveals how soft surfaces, like water, can be distorted by applying small-scale forces. Applications could lead to new and efficient methods for propulsion or aquatic military uses.
Mechanics and Materials
Impressive Compression Nanoscale materials offer immense benefits for enhanced functionality and portability. Coiled carbon nanofibers synthesized through thermal chemical vapor deposition can be used in various applications, including cushioning foams, electrical inductors and metamaterials.
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Electric Grid Integration of Renewable Generation and Distributed Control

Pramod P. Khargonekar

 

Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science & Vice Chancellor for Research, University of California, Irvine, CA
Monday, November 6, 2017
4:00 p.m. at CMRR Auditorium

Please see the following link for details: http://maeweb.ucsd.edu/grad/ta

Continuing students who wish to apply to Mechanical, Aerospace, or Environmental Engineering must apply through the MyJSOE Major Change Application system: http://jacobsschool.ucsd.edu/academic/academic_undergrad/my_major.shtml

Students have until Sunday, July 2 at 11:59pm to apply. Late applications will not be permitted.

Please see the following link for details: http://maeweb.ucsd.edu/grad/ta

Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 11 am - 12 pm, von Karman-Penner Seminar Room, 479
Eric Lerner (SDSU)
Monday, October 23, 2017, 11:00 to 12:00 pm, von Karman-Penner Seminar Room (EBUII, Room 479)
Kyung-Suk Kim (Brown University)
Monday, October 23, 2017, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm, EBUII von Karman-Penner Seminar Room, 479
Paul Atzberger (UC Santa Barbara)
Monday, October 30, 2017, 11:00 to 12:00 pm, von Karman-Penner Seminar Room (EBUII, Room 479)
Shengqiang Cai (University of California, San Diego)
Wednesday, November 1, 2017, 11 am - 12 pm, EBUII von Karman-Penner Seminar Room, 479
Byron Washom (UCSD)
Friday, November 3, 2017, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm, von Karman-Penner Seminar Room, 479
Wei Kang (Naval Postgraduate School)
Friday, November 3, 2017, 3 p.m., EBUII, von Karman-Penner Seminar Room 479
Wei Kang

Professor Miroslav Krstic received the ASME Rufus Oldenburger Medal for lifetime achievements in automatic control at 10th ASME Dynamic Systems & Control Conference in Washington, DC. His acceptance lecture was on control of congested traffic. Krstic is MAE Department’s second recipient of the Oldenburger Medal, following Professor Bob Bitmead in 2014. Photo: Krstic (r) with Peter Meckl, Chair of ASME Dynamic Systems & Control Division.

This award recognizes contributions to understanding condensed matter and non-linear physics through shock compression.

The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) has ranked Mechanical Engineering, at UC San Diego, #2 in the world and #1 in the United States

http://www.shanghairanking.com/Shanghairanking-Subject-Rankings/mechanical-engineering.html

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