Housed in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the College of Engineering, the Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering program is research oriented and will prepare graduates for careers in research and development in the corporate, government, or academic arenas.

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Dissertations - Open Access

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A Biomimetic, Energy-Harvesting, Obstacle-Avoiding, Path-Planning Algorithm for UAVs, Snorri Gudmundsson

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Active Drag Reduction of Ground Vehicles Using Air-Jet Wheel Deflectors, Kaloki Nabutola

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A Data Mining Methodology for Vehicle Crashworthiness Design, Xianping Du

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Design, Development, and Testing of Research Payloads on Various Suborbital Flight-Test Platforms, Vijay Vishal Duraisamy

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Dynamic Modeling of Soft Robotic Dielectric Elastomer Actuator, Abdullah De Jesus El Atrache Ceballos

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Improving Seaglider Efficiency: An Analysis of Wing Shapes, Hull Morphologies, and Propulsion Methods, Christopher James Hockley

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In-Vitro and In-Silico Investigations of Alternative Surgical Techniques for Single Ventricular Disease, Arka Das

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Large Deformable Soft Actuators Using Dielectric Elastomer and Origami Inspired Structures, JangHo Park

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Monocular Visual Inertial Odometry using Learning-based Methods, Yuan Tian

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Theoretical and Computational Analyses on Transition and Turbulence in Purely Oscillating Pipe Flow, Ali Ahmed Abdulrasool

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Use of Machine Learning for Automated Convergence of Numerical Iterative Schemes, Leonardo A. Bueno-Benitez

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Biomechanical Response of the Knee Complex to a Non-Linear Spring-Loaded Knee Joint Orthosis, Christine Dailey Walck