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.
Three students from Lawrence Technological University are among 155 students from 47 higher education institutions nationwide who have been named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter).
Before giving a guest lecture at LTU in October, Christal Sheppard of the U.S. Patent Office (second from left) chats with Donald Reimer, and engineering students Janie Roberts, Ben Ervin, John Hatsios, and Cody Hoeffel. Christal Sheppard, director of the Elijah J. McCoy Midwest Regional U.S. Patent and Trademark ...
The Blue Devil Motorsports team from Lawrence Technological University won the Best Newcomer Performance Award at the 36th SAE Supermileage competition held in Marshall, Michigan, in June.
Ahmed Aljabr, a doctoral candidate in manufacturing systems engineering at Lawrence Technological University, was recognized by the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia and the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission in Washington, DC, in May.
Johnson Controls is partnering with Lawrence Technological University (LTU) to test and develop advanced battery systems in vehicles aimed at helping automakers meet increasing fuel economy and emissions standards.