Thank you for considering our department in your search for a graduate school. Whether your future plans include industry or academia, we believe strongly that our programs will prepare you for a bright career as an engineer.
The application for our graduate program can be completed at following link: Online Application
An ad-hoc committee of faculty members on a rolling basis reviews applications to our graduate program. However, it is advisable to complete and submit applications by the following dates for full consideration.
|Seeking Funding||December 15||July 15|
|Self-Funded||August 1||December 15|
International students are advised to complete applications as early as possible so that you have sufficient time for visa paperwork processing. Prospective students interested in visiting the department should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about the student life at UB can be found at following links:
Only complete applications are reviewed. Following is the list of required documentation for full application. All this documentation can be uploaded at the Graduate Application page.
2. Transcripts corresponding to your previous degrees
3. GRE & TOEFL scores*
4. The Statement of Purpose essay**
6. Online recommendation letters***
Use the following institute and department codes for the reporting of GRE and TOEFL scores,
Institution Code: 2925
Mechanical Engineering Dept. Code: 1502
Aerospace Engineering Dept. Code: 1601
Mechanical Engineering Dept. Code: 68
Aerospace Engineering Dept. Code: 63
MAE researchers have developed advanced computational techniques for Fire Simulation and multi-phase reacting turbulent flows.
UB MAE researchers in computational mechanics have developed a high fidelity volcanic landslide simulator to aid geologists in mapping the hazard areas at locations such as the island of Montserrat.
A Level Set Embedded Interface Method has been developed at Compuational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory to simulate Conjugate heat transfer for irregular geometries
MAE's Laser Flow Diagnostic Laboratory is a leader holographic particle image velocimetry, a three-dimensional, next generation flow diagnostics tool.
MAE's Automation, Robotics, and Mechatronics Laboratory is conducting research both on the theoretical formulation and experimental validation of such novel mechatronic systems as multi-robot collaboration.
The nonlinear estimation group is developing techniques for propagating uncertainties through nonlinear dynamical systems for better forecasting and output uncertainty characterization.
Study of Non-premixed flame-wall interaction using vortex ring configuration is done for the first time at the Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory.