Mechanical Engineering
The Department of Mechanical Engineering, together with the associated Institute for Integrated Energy Systems (IESVic), the Centre for Advanced Materials Technology (CAMTEC), and the Centre for Biomedical Research (CBR), has excellent research facilities. These include extensive computational hardware and a wide range of computer modeling, analysis and simulation tools, advanced manufacturing facilities with nano, micro and full-size multi-axis CNC machine tools, laser welder, laser cutter, rapid prototyping machines, comprehensive robotics and vision technology equipment, versatile material testing machine, crystal growth and characterization facilities, world's best Scanning Transmission Electron Holography Microscope, biomedical equipment including cell culturing and lab/sensor on chip fabrication, ocean energy and engineering research facilities, water channel with laser Doppler velocimetry, cryofuels laboratory, adaptive optics laboratory, fuel cell systems laboratory, and Green Vehicle Research Testing and Training Centre.