Mechanical Engineering Faculty

Learn from renowned innovators in mechanical engineering.

Our highly regarded faculty regularly participate in cutting-edge research, which informs the education they bring into the online classroom to enhance your graduate school experience. Case Western Reserve's research capabilities benefit from more than 270 partnerships with some of the nation's premier institutions.

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Sunniva Collins
Associate Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Focus Areas: Design for manufacturing, steel metallurgy, heat treatment, surface engineering, fatigue analysis, fatigue of metals, welding, material analytical methods

Courses: EMAE 480
Richard Bachmann
Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Focus Areas: Biologically inspired robots

Courses: EMAE 481
Umut A. Gurkan
Warren E. Rupp Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Focus Areas: Red blood cell mechanics, biofluid mechanics, microfluidics, electrophoresis

Courses: EMAE 456
Steve Hostler
Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Focus Areas: Red blood cell mechanics, biofluid mechanics, microfluidics, electrophoresis

Courses: EMAE 456
Jaikrishnan R. Kadambi
Professor Emeritus, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Focus Areas: Experimental fluid mechanics, multiphase flows, laser diagnostics, bio-fluid mechanics, turbomachinery

Courses: EMAE 460
Bo Li
Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Focus Areas: Solid and computational mechanics, meshfree methods, failure processes in solids, biomechanics, thermo-fluid-structure interaction, high performance computing

Courses: EMAE 450
Roger Quinn
Arthur P. Armington Professor of Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Focus Areas: Biologically inspired robotics, agile manufacturing systems, structural dynamics, vibration and control

Courses: EMAE 487

Additional Faculty

Through core coursework and electives, you may take courses with the following faculty:

Admissions Deadlines

Nov
5
Priority Deadline
November 5
Spring 2023 Term
Dec
10
Final Deadline
December 10
Spring 2023 Term
Jan
17
Start Date
January 17
Spring 2023 Term