In delivering on our Mission commitments, the School of MIME continues to invest our resources and demonstrate impact in the areas of highest importance to our stakeholders: Preparing the next generation of mechanical, industrial, manufacturing and energy systems engineering professionals; and performing leading-edge research that ensures a better future for our state, nation and world.
For evidence of our success in meeting these objectives, read on.
We educate our students as entrepreneurial, team-oriented, and work-ready graduates in their chosen disciplines.
Entrepreneurial: MIME graduates have a strong record of creating and transforming new companies, products and systems.
Team-Oriented: MIME students participate in teams that win national and international competitions.
Profession-Ready: In addition to their rigorous academic preparation, MIME undergraduates have many opportunities to develop their professional and applied engineering skills during their time at OSU.
We engage in collaborative, cutting-edge research that furthers Oregon’s prosperity, helps build a sustainable future, and enhances the lives of all members of the global community.
- MIME faculty research expenditures exceeded $14.1 million in FY 2017
- We are international leaders in marine renewable, wind, and solar energy research
- Our researchers at the ATAMI continue to advance the fields of nanomanufacturing and microscale thermal transport.
- Traffic monitoring and control research being conducted by our IE faculty is helping improve driving conditions in the Interstate 5 corridor.
- International collaborations in micro hydropower research are enhancing the quality of villagers' lives in Pakistan and other Asian countries.
- MIME's roboticists are leaders in the fields of mono- and bipedal legged locomotion, robotic arm and hand manipulation, and human–robot interactions.
- Materials research is paving the way for electronics innovations with ceramics and thin films advances and computational modeling of new material properties at an atomistic scale.
- Our research partnerships with companies such as Intel, Precision Castparts, and ESCO support the growth of Oregon industry.