Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

Sustainable Systems Design

This class covers two tools for exploring and evaluating during a sustainable design or decision-making process: life cycle analysis and system dynamics. Students will apply these tools to a research topic of interest, exploring implications for understanding communities and designing systems or artifacts. This class is a graduate course but is open to seniors.

Introduction to Engineering Graphics

Learn graphics and CAD tools through project-based learning with Motivational Designs for Food, Water, and Energy Sustainability  

Global Development Minor Capstone Course

My course encourages students to think about how they might study or design technologies with a focus on UN Sustainable Development Goals objectives, paying special attention to the needs of underserved, under-resourced, and under-represented communities across the world.

Tuelo Rapotsanyane
B.S. Mechanical Engineering
Andrew Schulz
Ph.D. Candidate, Mechanical Engineering
Jonathan Colton
Professor
Alissa Kushner
Student
Shannon Yee
Assistant Professor
Michael Leamy
Michael Leamy
SLS ESSC Fellow
Associate Professor
Arkadeep Kumar
Arkadeep Kumar
SLS ESSC Fellow
Ph.D. Student

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