The Mechanical Engineering department at UC Berkeley is the top ranked public mechanical engineering graduate program in the nation and is consistently ranked as one of the top mechanical engineering departments in the world. The “information age,” born in the last century, has already affected every aspect of the discipline – for example encompassing (1) representation of the physical world with computer simulation models (2) extraction and analysis of data electronically via sensors, cameras, etc. (3) prediction, actuation, control of machines using processed data and models and (4) man-machine interaction.
MEng in Mechanical Engineering
The MEng program in Mechanical Engineering combines breadth in robotics, miniaturization, automated manufacturing, automated highway systems, biomaterials, computational mechanics, improved efficiency internal combustion engines, and the dynamics and control of both ground vehicles and aircraft. The overarching thesis of these tracks is specialized training in order to fully capitalize on the opportunities that arise in an increasingly digitized world, which blurs/blends computer simulation, sensor technologies, data analysis and machines. The associated teaching and research laboratories are among the most active, innovative and productive worldwide. The MEng technical concentrations in this department are:
- Advanced Energy Technology
- Biomechanics, Experimental
- Advanced Control Systems Design
- Fluids and Ocean Engineering
- Modeling and Simulation of Advanced Manufacturing Processes
- Product Design
The 2017-18 Million Hands team project focused on creating prosthetic hands through 3D printing in order to make day-to-day activities easier for those with missing limbs and digits.
Alex Marques graduated in 2018 with an MEng degree in Mechanical Engineering and Product Design. He currently works as Product Manager at Bishop Wisecarver, a business-to-business company (B2B) that sells machine components and engineering services in the realm of motion technology.
For more information and how to apply, visit the Mechanical Engineering website.