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Mechanical engineers are involved with just about every engineered product that we use in today's world – transportation systems, electronics and computers, energy systems, biomedical devices, robots, and much more. Here at Tufts, we have embraced this diversity along with interdisciplinary education and research. Join us as we design the future.

Research Areas

> Applied Mechanics

> Biomaterials

> Controls/Robotics

> Design/Systems

> Human Factors

> Materials/Manufacturing

> Thermal Engineering (Fluid Mechanics Energy)

ME News and Events

Rife and Misra Awarded Grant for Characterizing GBAS Performance

Sokolov and Dokukin Expand AFM Capabilities for Soft Materials

Hodes Awarded NSF Grant for Low-Cost, Large-Scale Aerogels Nanomanufacturing

Guasto Awarded NSF Grant for "Transport and Chemotaxis of Swimming Cells in Porous Media Flows"

Messner Authors 3D-Bioetching Paper

Tufts ME Places Second in Design Competition to Address Airport Needs

Tufts Robotics Places Third at Intel-Cornell Cup

Sokolov Research Published in PLOS One, Chemical & Engineering News

Tufts Racing Takes First in All-Electric at Formula Hybrid

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Degree Programs

Undergraduate Degrees:
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
B.S. in Human Factors Engineering (Engineering Psychology)

Graduate Degrees:
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
M.S. in Human Factors
M.S./M.Eng. in Bioengineering
M.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering

Certificate Programs:
Manufacturing Engineering
Human-Computer Interaction