Mechanical Engineering

If it moves, a mechanical engineer probably had something to do with it.

From automobiles, airplanes and space shuttles to robots, artificial limbs and biochips – all moving and transforming our future.

Mechanical engineering news

New College of Engineering faculty boost advanced manufacturing research

With a diverse group of researchers and expertise, the College can expect tremendous growth and instruction for students

A group of students around a muddy racing car.

Wolf Pack Racing has the drive for a popular discipline of engineering

Student club passionate about mechanics competes in Baja SAE competition against other colleges

students and instructors in nuclear packaging summer school

Nuclear materials packaging makes transportation, storage safe and secure

University of Nevada, Reno hosts international summer session for nuclear packaging certificate

Professors Xiong and Wang publish article in Advanced Energy Materials

Congratulations to Guoping Xiong and Yan Wang, whose article on new, energy-efficient ways to desalinate water using plasma-enabled self-cleaning nanoarchitectures was published in Advanced Energy Materials and selected for the back cover image. 

Two graduate students stand in front of a polishing machine while holding a clipboard with papers

Graduate degrees in mechanical engineering

Mechanical engineering faculty and staff outside Palmer Engineering

Faculty & staff