Mechanical engineers design, develop, research, and test all types of machines and mechanical systems. They apply their expertise in the buildings where we live and work, in the factories that produce machines and consumer products, and in creating the products themselves. At LTU, you will study a diverse range of topics from acoustics and energy transmission to stress analysis, thermo fluids, and hydraulics. You’ll get plenty of hands-on experience working with your professors on industry-sponsored projects in state-of-the-art laboratories. Being one of the most versatile engineering degrees, mechanical engineering can prepare you to enter a wide spectrum of industries, such as automotive, aeronautics, aerospace, healthcare, and defense.
Jamie Maclennan, BSME’13, BSPh’13; and Eric Patrick, BSME’13, have been awarded the 2013 Alumni Association Donley Distinguished Graduate Awards. They were selected for academic performance, extracurricular activities, and leadership qualities.
Lawrence Technological University (LTU) and the Maua Institute of Technology (IMT) in San Paulo, Brazil, have signed an agreement to bring Brazilian students to LTU to study mechanical engineering for a year.
Ahad Ali led the workshop on geometric dimensioning and tolerancing held at Lawrence Technological University in March. More than 250 participants from 75 companies and organizations – mostly involved in the automotive industry – attended the Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) Work...
Badih Jawad Professor Badih Jawad, chair of the A. Leon Linton Department of Mechanical Engineering at Lawrence Technological University (LTU), has been named the American Arab of the Year in Education by the American Arab Professionals Network (AAPN) of the American Arab Chamber of Commerce in Dearborn. The awar...
Transportation design student projects commissioned by automotive manufacturers are on display at Lawrence Technological University’s exhibit at the 2013 North American International Auto Show that runs through Sunday, Jan. 27. The exhibit is located downstairs in Michigan Hall.
LTU Assistant Professor Yawen Li explains the attributes of LTU’s environmental scanning electron microscope to the robotics team of the Manoogian School. Hosep Torossian, the school’s principal, is to her left, and LTU President Emeritus Richard Marburger is in front. The high school robotics team from th...