Computational Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Science in Computational Mechanical Engineering is offered by the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Your course of study includes Advanced Mechanics of Materials, Control of Dynamics Systems, and Mechanical Behavior of Materials as well as a limited number of addition courses in science, mathematics, or engineering. Another requirement is the Computational Core. The courses within it develop competency in data structures and algorithms, simulation of physical and engineering systems, optimization, high performance computing, and numerical methods. We offer a research-based thesis option and a project-based non-thesis option.


Research Areas

  • Materials Systems Dynamics and Controls
  • Thermo-fluids Sciences
  • Medical Devices and Mechatronics
  • Manufacturing Systems
  • Learning Technologies and Engineering Education

Research Funding Sources

Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute (DAGSI), Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy (DoE), the Ohio Space Grant Consortium, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the California Energy Commission, and industries including De-Puy Orthopedics, Johnson & Johnson, Siemens, GE, Mathworks, and Edison Welding.

Faculty & Research Areas

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Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering