ME69100 - ME Graduate SeminarFall 2017
Days/Time: Th / 4:30-5:20 pm
Credit Hours: 1
To acquaint graduate students with a broad spectrum of research in various areas of mechanical engineering.
The purpose of the ME Graduate Seminar is to acquaint graduate students with a sufficiently broad spectrum of research in various areas of mechanical engineering. The seminar topics provide a mix of subjects, areas and disciplines, and depth of coverage. Some seminars will be presentations with considerable technical depth, whereas others will provide a broad overview and/or historical perspectives. At least one seminar will cover the topic of ethical conduct in research and other professional endeavors.
Mix of subjects, areas and disciplines: Design, Fluids, Heat Transfer, Combustion and Thermodynamics, Mechanics, Systems and Controls
Graduate Standing in Mechanical Engineering
Grades and lecture notes.
No exams for this course.
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There will be a one-credit tuition charge for the course.