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Interdisciplinary MIME Research Clusters

Oregon State School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Energy and Sustainability (ES) researchers focus on developing products and systems to address the critical environmental, societal, and economic issues the world is facing today and pave the way for a better tomorrowOregon State School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Human-Centered Systems Engineering (HCSE) research is concerned with analysis and design of systems where human performance and experience are primary considerationsOregon State School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Materials Science and Biomaterials (MSB) research in MIME focuses primarily on structural materials, biomaterials, electronic ceramics, energy materials, sensors, and bulk and thin film materials processingOregon State School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Micro- and Nanoscale Processes (MNSP) research in MIME addresses four broad areas: manufacturing, fluid mechanics and heat transfer, energy applications, and process controlOregon State School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) researchers focus on design, modeling and control of systems that observe, move within, interact with, and act upon their environment. Such systems include mobile robots, micro-aerial vehicles and large active-sensor networksOregon State School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Directory of Faculty Research

School of MIME Research Clusters

Research efforts in the School of MIME fall into five interdisciplinary clusters:

  • Renewable Energy
    researchers focus on developing products and systems to address the critical environmental, societal, and economic issues the world is facing today and pave the way for a better tomorrow.
     
  • Human-Centered Engineering
    research is concerned with analysis and design of systems where human performance and experience are primary considerations.

  • Next-Generation Materials
    research in MIME focuses primarily on structural materials, biomaterials, electronic ceramics, energy materials, sensors, and bulk and thin film materials processing.
     
  • Advanced Manufacturing
    research in MIME addresses four broad areas: manufacturing, fluid mechanics and heat transfer, energy applications, and process control.
     
  • Robotics
    researchers focus on design, modeling and control of systems that observe, move within, interact with, and act upon their environment. Such systems include mobile robots, micro-aerial vehicles and large active-sensor networks.