Designed for busy students, all classes are conveniently scheduled in the evenings. In keeping with the University’s motto of theory and practice, you will participate in real-world projects throughout your studies.
You will have the opportunity to participate in international research collaboration efforts with universities and professional societies, as well as applied research projects with industry and research organizations.
The Mechatronic Systems Laboratory is equipped with:
- high-tech sensors and actuators
- hydraulic and pneumatic test stands with different types of controllers
- Industry standard computer software
- the unique 4 x 4 vehicle chassis dynamometer
Meet the Faculty
Dr. James Mynderse
Dr. James Mynderse is an authority in the areas of mechatronics and robotics, hysteresis modeling and compensation, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and additive manufacturing (laser sintering). He provides active mentorship to many engineering graduate students.
I found the knowledge and skills I learned in my courses were directly applicable to industry. I think the experience I gained at LTU ... sets me apart from others in a professional setting.
Best Engineering Graduate