ME 5950/6950 Electric vehicles (spring 2022)
This applications-focused interdisciplinary course utilizes the Python programming language to model and evaluate electric vehicles and their role in automotive transportation.
ME 5950/6950 - Autonomous vehicles (Summer ii 2021 & Spring 2020)
This interdisciplinary course combines sensing, computer vision, artificial intelligence, controls, and systems engineering using hands-on experiences with real sensors and real commercial vehicles. Upon completion of this course, students will be well positioned to earn a job in the autonomous vehicle industry.
ME 4650 - Vehicle Dynamics (Spring 2022, 2021, 2020)
Longitudinal, lateral, vertical/suspension, and tire dynamics are derived and explored with a focus on applications. Design and analysis techniques are developed using analytical solutions and commercial software.
ME 3580 - Mechanism Analysis (Fall 2021, 2020, 2019 & SPRING 2019)
Graphical, analytical, and numerical techniques are developed for position, velocity, acceleration, and force analysis of various mechanisms including four-bar linkages, crank-slider linkages, cam-driven linkages, and gear trains.