UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 101

The applications of mechanical and aerospace engineering include aircraft, spacecraft, automobiles, energy and propulsion systems, robotics, machinery, manufacturing and materials processing, microelectronics, biological systems, and more.
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UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 101

The applications of mechanical and aerospace engineering include aircraft, spacecraft, automobiles, energy and propulsion systems, robotics, machinery, manufacturing and materials processing, microelectronics, biological systems, and more.
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
48-121 Engineering IV

Xiaolin ZhongXiaolin Zhong
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Latest News

Successful 2024 MAE Town Hall

Successful 2024 MAE Town Hall

AIAA at UCLA hosted a successful and productive 2024 MAE Town Hall on January 17th, bringing together students and faculty to communicate and work together, taking on student concerns as opportunities to find solutions. To complement the serious discussions and to...

Department Announcements

Jeff Eldredge selected for UCLA’s 2024 Distinguished Teaching Award

It gives us great pleasure to inform everyone that the Distinguished Teaching Award Selection...

Structural & Solid Mechanics Faculty Position in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Structural & Solid Mechanics Faculty Position in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering The...

Brett Lopez receives 2022-23 MAE Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award

It is our pleasure to announce that, after thorough discussion, our MAE Awards and Honors...

Events

May 24, 2024 — 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
MAE Department Seminar: 5/24 12:00 PM, BH 8500/Klug Room featuring Dr. Xiaoming Mao “Topological mechanics in Maxwell lattices”
8500 Boelter Hall Klug Memorial Room
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May 31, 2024 — 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
MAE Department Seminar: 5/31 12:00 PM, BH 8500/Klug Room featuring Dr. Howard Stone “Thin-film flows: From similarity solutions to new insights in molecular biology”
8500 Boelter Hall Klug Memorial Room
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