R. L. Smith Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Building (MEEM)

The MEEM is where you’ll find the Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics. The MEEM, the second-tallest building in the Upper Peninsula, consists of 11 floors with more than 55,000 square feet of laboratory space. It also has large lecture halls on the north side of the building, the Engineering Learning Center on the second floor, and a modern, interactive, and collaborative computer lab, called the Active Learning Center (or The Fishbowl) in the center of first floor.

1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931

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Academic, Research

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A Multiscale Framework for High Toughness Material Design

COE Cluster Hire Candidate Research Seminar proudly presents: Dr. Yan Li California State University, Long Beach Abstract: Attainment of both high strength and high toughness in structure...

2/25 4 pm
COE Cluster Hire Candidate Research Seminar

"A Multiscale Framework for High Toughness Material Design ”

2/25 4 pm
PhD Defense: Eddy Trinklein

Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Advisor: Gordon Parker Optimal Power Flow Control of Networked DC Microgrids

3/4 1 pm
PhD Defense: Xian Li

Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Advisor: Ye Sun A Hybrid-Powered Wireless System for Multiple Biopotential Monitoring

3/5 3 pm

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Chris Charteris

Chris Charteris left a positive review 9/5/2018

Very good hands on experience and in depth explainations of the challenges facing internal combustion engine designers and manufacturers.