Skip to Search Skip to Global Navigation Skip to Local Navigation Skip to Content
Show/Hide University Links

AET Building

Academics

Enriching Learning Experiences

UTSA's MARC, MBRS-RISE, MBRS-SCORE programs celebrate three decades.

Academics

Access to Excellence

UTSA is providing access to academic excellence through an educational experience of the highest quality, taught by the best faculty the nation can offer in an environment that allows students to succeed.

Academics

Access to Excellence

UTSA is providing access to academic excellence through an educational experience of the highest quality, taught by the best faculty the nation can offer in an environment that allows students to succeed.

Academics

Access to Excellence

UTSA is providing access to academic excellence through an educational experience of the highest quality, taught by the best faculty the nation can offer in an environment that allows students to succeed.

Academics

Access to Excellence

UTSA is providing access to academic excellence through an educational experience of the highest quality, taught by the best faculty the nation can offer in an environment that allows students to succeed.

Academics

Access to Excellence

UTSA is providing access to academic excellence through an educational experience of the highest quality, taught by the best faculty the nation can offer in an environment that allows students to succeed.

Welcome to ME

    Welcome to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at UTSA!
    The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level that prepare students for future challenges and opportunities.
   Our programs include a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (an ABET accredited undergraduate program), a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, a M.S. in Advanced Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, which is a joint effort with Southwest Research Institute. In addition to these four degrees, we also offer a certificate in oil and gas area.
    We have multiple undergraduate scholarships and research opportunities available to our undergraduate students. Graduate fellowships are also available for both our masters and doctoral students.
Read the whole Chair's welcome message

Dr. Hai-Chao Han

student working in a lab

ME Seminar Series

January 2015 30

Place: EB 3.04.66 Time: 11AM-12PM
Speaker: Dr. Guillermo Araya, Texas Tech.
Title: Drag Reduction Mechanisms in Pipe and Channel Flows Abstract

Feburary 2015 13

Place: BB 3.04.18 Time: 2PM-2:50PM
Speaker: Dr. Paul Evans, SwRI
Title: Technical Advancements Guiding the Future of Robotics for Industrial Applications Abstract

March 2015 06

Place: EB 3.04.66 Time: 11AM-12PM
Speaker: Dr. Xudong Zhang, University of Pittsburgh
Title: Musculoskeletal Modeling for Human-Centric System Design and Personalized Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Medicine Abstract

March 2015 20

Place: EB 3.04.66 Time: 11AM-12PM
Speaker: Dr. Burak Aksak, Texas Tech
Title: Bioinspired Reusable Adhesives: Design, Manufacturing and Characterization Abstract

March 2015 27

Place: BSE 2.102 Time: 11AM-12PM
Speaker: Dr. Suvranu De, RPI
Title: Virtual Sugery Abstract

April 2015 10

Place: EB 3.04.66 Time: 11AM-12PM
Speaker: Dr. Baburaj Eranezhuth, Clarkson Aerospace Corporation
Title: TBA

April 2015 24

Place: BSE 2.102 Time: 11AM-12PM
Speaker: Dr. Mauricio Cabrera, University of Puerto Rico
Title: Optimization-driven biological discovery Abstract

Inside ME


Open Faculty Positions

Faculty Position in the Area of Robotics and Mechatronics

Post date: 10/16/2014
A tenure-track position to be filled by August 2015 at the rank of Assistant Professor
Full announcement.

Faculty Position in the Area of Oil & Gas Exploration, Production or Processing

Post date: 10/16/2014
Two tenured/tenure-track positions to be filled by August 2015 with one position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor, and the other position at the rank of Assistant Professor
Full announcement.

News and Announcements

Available Ph.D. position starting Fall 2015

Post date: 11/05/2014
Available NSF-funded Ph.D. position in the Department of Mechanical Engineering starting Fall 2015 in the area of numerical modeling of Geophysical Fluid Dynamic flows to simulate processes
Full announcement.

Dr. Castillo was awarded a $290,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture

Post date: 10/23/2014
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded a four-year, $290,000 grant to The University of Texas at San Antonio to support the Water Treatment, Agricultural-logistics, and Renewable Energy (WeARE) systems project. Click here for more info.

New Mechanical Engineering Challenges

Post date: 10/04/2014
Transform vending machines into powerful consumer experiences for Coca Cola - $1000 in prizes
Create the next generation of water bottles for Nestle - $1000 in prizes
Discover new ways to preserve ripeness when harvesting produce - $1000 in prizes
Help us design the Next-Generation Tablet Case - $1000 in prizes
Help make the oil recovery process less wasteful - $1000 in prizes
Any questions can be directed to aaron@mindsumo.com

2015 ASEE-GSW Annual Conference -San Antonio, Texas

Post date: 05/16/2014
The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Engineering invites engineering and technology educators, students, and industry professionals to the 2015 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Gulf-Southwest (GSW) Annual Conference. The conference will be held at the Menger Hotel on March 25-27, 2015.
Conference Flyer
For more info, visit http://engineering.utsa.edu/~aseegsw2015/

Degree Programs

Undergraduate Degrees


Graduate Degrees


Doctoral Degrees