Stanford Mechanical Engineering Design [Mechanical engineering]

Stanford Mechanical Engineering Design

Design Group

The Design Group's philosophy combines an emphasis on creativity, technology and design methodology with a concern for human values and the needs of society. The group's varied interests are reflected in the following areas of teaching and research:

  • bio-inspired design
  • biofluid dynamics
  • computer-aided design
  • controls
  • creativity
  • design analysis
  • design for manufacturability & quality
  • design theory & methodology
  • dynamics & simulation
  • engineering creativity
  • engineering education
  • experimental mechanics & stress analysis
  • fatigue and fracture mechanics
  • finite element analysis
  • haptics
  • high-speed devices
  • human-computer interaction
  • idea visualization
  • human-machine interfaces
  • interaction design
  • kinematics
  • life-cycle engineering
  • machine design
  • manufacturing technology
  • medical devices
  • microcomputer-based systems
  • optimization
  • organizational innovation
  • product design
  • rapid prototyping
  • rehabilitation
  • robotics
  • robust design optimization
  • scientific instrument design

Diversity, one of the Design Group's strengths, is required to maintain a leadership position in the rapidly changing world of design and manufacturing.

ME Degrees affiliated with the Design Group

The ME Design Group offers two specific programs of study:

The Mechanical Engineering Master's Degree Program requires only the choice of a Mechanical Engineering depth area and the satisfaction of the broad requirements of the Mechanical Engineering Department. Students can select from Design Group depth areas including design methodology, smart product design, robotics, structural strength and control systems.



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What services does a Mechanical Project Engineer provide?

Mechanical Project engineer can provide the following services: cost effective equipment repairs, developing a project specification, testing and developing designs, solving complex problems, making sure a product will be reliable in the field of service and managing projects using engineering principles.

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