기계공학은 공학의 핵심학문 중 하나로 최첨단 기술의 중심에 있는 다수의 관련학문들을 포함하고 있다. 관련분야에는 에너지의 변환, 발전(power generation), 설계, 생산 등이 있다. 이론과 기술의 바탕에는 순수과학, 수학, 공학, 특히 고체역학 및 유체역학, 열역학, 운동학이 있다. 자연과학과 수학에 대한 적성과 흥미 및 사회에 적용할 수 있는 응용능력이 필요하다.

 

한국뉴욕주립대학교의 기계공학과는 학생들이 다양한 직업과 산업에서 일할 수 있도록 수학과 자연과학을 기초로 가열처리, 유체역학, 기계설계, 고체역학, 기계시스템의 동적거동 및 제어, 데이터처리분석, 공학설계분석에 필요한 고급연산방법을 배울 수 있는 다양한 교과목들을 제공하고 있다. 실험과목들을 통해서 센서, 전자공학, 현대의 기기장치들, 실험기술들에 대해서 배우며, 실험기술들은 제품의 설계, 평가, 실험, 연구에 이르기까지 공학분야의 다양한 분야에 활용되고 있다. 전공선택 과목들을 통해서 대학원 진학준비에 필요한 심도있는 학문적훈련을 받거나 졸업 후 진로를 준비하는 데 필요한 다양한 주제들을 공부하게 된다. 전공수업들은 전임교수들께서 가르치시며 학생들은 각자의 선택과목 교수님들과 함께 연구한다. 상급디자인과정을 통해서는 학문간의 융합을 활용해 실제생활에서 나타나는 문제를 풀어보는 기회를 갖게 된다.

 

 

 

1. Mathematics

a. MAT 131, MAT 132 Calculus I, II 
b. AMS 261 Applied Calculus III or MAT 203 Calculus III with Applications or MAT 205 Calculus III
c. AMS 361 Applied Calculus IV: Differential Equations or MAT 303 Calculus IV with Applications
d. AMS 210 Applied Linear Algebra or MAT 211 Introduction to Linear Algebra

Note: The following alternate calculus course sequences may be substituted for MAT 131, MAT 132 in major requirements or prerequisites: MAT 125, MAT 126, MAT 127 or AMS 151, AMS 161 or MAT 141, MAT 142

 

2. Natural Sciences

a. PHY 131/PHY 133, PHY 132/PHY 134 Classical Physics I, II and Laboratories 
b. A basic science elective to be selected from the following list of courses: PHY 251/252, Modern Physics/Modern Physics Laboratory; ESG 281, Engineering Introduction to the Solid State; PHY 300, Waves and Optics; CHE 132 General Chemistry II; BIO 202, Fundamentals of Biology: Molecular and Cellular Biology; BIO 203, Fundamentals of Biology: Cellular and Organ Physiology; GEO 310, Introduction to Geophysics; GEO 312, Structure and Properties of Materials; AST 203, Astronomy; AST 205, Introduction to Planetary Sciences; ATM 205, Introduction to Atmospheric Sciences
c. ESG 198 Fundamentals of Engineering Chemistry or CHE 131 General Chemistry or CHE 152 Molecular Science I

Notes: 
The following alternate physics course sequences may be substituted for PHY 131/PHY 133, PHY 132/PHY 134: PHY 125, PHY 126, PHY 127, PHY 133, PHY 134 Classical Physics A, B, C and Laboratories or PHY 141, PHY 142, PHY 133, PHY 134 Classical Physics I, II: Honors

The following chemistry course may be substituted for ESG 198: CHE 131 General Chemistry I or CHE 152 Molecular Science I

 

3. Laboratories

  • MEC 316 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I
  • MEC 317 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II

 

4. Mechanical Engineering

  • MEC 101 Freshman Design Innovation
  • MEC 102 Engineering Computing and Problem Solving
  • MEC 203 Engineering Graphics and CAD 
  • MEC 214 Probability and Statistics
  • MEC 220 Practical Electronics Mechanical Engineers or ESE 271 Electrical Circuit Analysis I
  • MEC 225 Fundamentals of Machining Practices
  • MEC 260 Engineering Statics
  • MEC 262 Engineering Dynamics
  • MEC 301 Thermodynamics
  • MEC 305 Heat and Mass Transfer
  • MEC 325 Manufacturing Processes
  • MEC 363 Mechanics of Solids
  • MEC 364 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

 

5. Materials Science

  • ESG 332 Materials Science I: Structure and Properties of Materials

 

6. Engineering Design

  • MEC 310 Introduction to Machine Design
  • MEC 320 Numerical Methods in Engineering Design and Analysis
  • MEC 410 Design of Machine Elements
  • MEC 411 System Dynamics and Controls
  • MEC 422 Thermal System Design
  • MEC 440 Mechanical Engineering Design I
  • MEC 441 Mechanical Engineering Design II

 

7. Engineering Economics

  • EST 392 Engineering and Manufacturing Economics or ECO 108 Introduction to Economics

 

8. Technical Electives

Three technical elective courses are required, two mechanical engineering (MEC) courses and one selected from courses offered by any department of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, including MEC. A list of approved technical elective courses may be found in the Department's Undergraduate Guide.

 

9. Writing and Oral Communication Requirement

  • MEC 300 Technical Communication in Mechanical Engineering

Grading

The grade point average of all required MEC courses and all technical electives must be at least 2.00. When a course is repeated, the higher grade will be used in calculating this average. A minimum grade of "C" in MEC 260MEC 262, and MEC 441 is required for the B.E. degree. Note: in order to satisfy prerequisites for certain required courses, grades of 'C' or higher are needed in the following courses: PHY 131 or PHY 125AMS 151 or MAT 131 or MAT 125MEC 101 and MEC 363.

The Minor in Mechanical Engineering

The minor in Mechanical Engineering is offered for students who want the record of their University studies to show a significant amount of upper-division work in the discipline. Entry into this minor presupposes a background in mathematics and physics, represented by the prerequisite requirements for the courses listed below.

Requirements for the Minor in Mechanical Engineering (MEC)

Completion of the minor requires 18-20 credits, of which 12-13 are from required courses and 6-7 from electives. 
A student who wishes to pursue this minor should consult with the undergraduate program director in the Department of Mechanical Engineering before registering for the elective courses. All courses must be taken for a letter grade and a g.p.a. of 2.00 or higher is required for the six courses that constitute the minor.

1. Four required courses:

2. Two elective courses chosen from the following: 

  • MEC 305 Heat and Mass Transfer
  • MEC 310 Introduction to Machine Design
  • MEC 320 Numerical Methods in Engineering Design and Analysis
  • MEC 325 Manufacturing Processes and Machining
  • MEC 364 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
  • MEC 393 Engineering Fluid Mechanics
  • MEC 398 Thermodynamics II
  • MEC 402 Mechanical Vibrations
  • MEC 411 System Dynamics and Control
  • MEC 455 Applied Stress Analysis

Note: Other electives require the appro­val of the undergraduate program director.

The Accelerated B.E./M.S. Degree Program in Mechanical Engineering

The accelerated B.E./M.S. program in mechanical engineering allows students to use up to nine graduate credits taken as an undergraduate toward both B.E. and M.S. degree requirements, thus reducing the normal time required to complete both degrees. The program is designed for upper-division mechanical engineering students with superior academic records. For detailed program require­ments, including admission require­­ments, please refer to the Graduate Bulletin.

 

 

기계공학과는 전통적인 공학 학문 중 하나로서 또한 현대의 기술 혁신에 앞장서는 학문입니다. 스토니브룩은 정확한 기초 전문 지식 배경을 가지고, 산업 연구 개발 연구원, 대학 교직 및 정부 단체에서의 지도자 역할을 감당할 수 있도록 준비된 인재를 양성하는 대학원 과정에 큰 중점을 두고 있습니다.

 

학생들은 3가지 세부 분야 내에서 한 분야를 선택할 수 있으며, 기계설계, 고체역학, 그리고 열과학 및 유체역학이 준비되어 있습니다. 세부분야에서 학생은 실험적, 분석적 혹은 계산적 측면 혹은 그외 다른 측면 등의 조합에 초첨을 두고 연구할 수 있습니다. 저희 대학원 프로그램은 유연성을 두고 있습니다. 많은 대학원 수업들이 늦은 오후 또는 저녁에 제공되며, 따라서 파트타임 대학원생들도 무난히 이러한 과목들을 수강함으로써 학위를 취득할 수 있습니다.

 

 

기계공학과 석사과정

 

기계공학과 석사과정은 학생들이 경영, 산업 혹은 정부로의 진로 목표를 가진 학생들을 훈련하기 위하여 설계되었습니다. 저희 한국뉴욕주립대학교는 일반 석사과정뿐만 아니라 공학사/석사를 통합한 5년제 과정 또한 제공하고 있습니다.

 

기계공학과 박사과정

 

기계공학과 박사과정은 대학이나 정부 및 산업 연구 실험실에서 학문 또는 연구직을 구하는데에 관심이 있는 학생들을 위한 과정입니다. 본 프로그램은 학생들에게 이론 및 실제 연구 주제분야 내 넓고 다양한 범위의 엄격하고 철저한 지식을 제공하고, 기계공학 학문에서 중요한 연구를 인식하고 추구할 수 있는 능력 개발의 기회를 제공합니다. 대체적으로 박사과정 내 학생들은 첫 해에 수업 조교로서, 이후 투자 프로젝트에 연구 조교로서 지원받게 됩니다.

 


Department Chair

 

Foluso Ladeinde, Chair, Ph.D., 1988, Cornell University: Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, Flow Turbulence, Chemically-Reactive Subsonic and Supersonic Flows, Applied Mathematics, Aerodynamic Noise Prediction and Reduction, Wind Turbine Aerodynamics.

 

Faculty

Imin Kao, Executive Director of SUNY Korea Academic Programs, Stony Brook Professor, Ph.D., 1991, Stanford University: Mechanical Engineering

Robotics, Stiffness Control, Wiresaw Manufacturing Process, Manufacturing Automation, Taguchi Methods.

Mahdi Mohebbi, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2013, University of Pittsburgh: Mechanical Engineering

Fluid Mechanics, Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, Heat Transfer, Inverse Problems.

Achilles Vairis, Visiting Professor, Ph.D., 1997, University of Bristol: Mechanical Engineering

Linear Friction Welding, Friction Stir Welding and Processing, Frictional Behavior, Numerical Modeling of Complex Systems, Joining Processes, Manufacturing Processes, Coatings, Biomechanical Engineering, Additive Manufacturing.

Amin Fakhari, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2015, Isfahan University of Technology: Mechanical Engineering

Robotics, Dynamic Modeling and Control of Robotic Systems, Object Grasping and Manipulation, Anthropomorphic Robotic and Prosthetic Hands, Biped and Humanoid Robots, and Biomechanics.

Changwoon Han, Associate Professor, Ph.D., 2005, University of Maryland College Park: Mechanical Engineering

Physics-of-Failure, Life Prediction, Accelerated Life Test, Prognostics and Health Management, Optical Measurement, Photo-mechanics

Si Won Hwang, Leading Professor, Ph.D., 1996, Inha University: Mechanical Engineering

Fracture Mechanics, Traffic Collision and Reconstruction.

 

Gun-Woong Bahng, Leading Professor (Research), Ph.D., 1982, Northwestern University: Materials Science and Engineering

Internal Combustion Engines.

Chanbin Park, Leading Professor, Ph.D., 1973, City University of New York: Electrical Engineering

Guidance and Control, Techniques of Feedback Suboptimal Control, Nonlinear Process Control.

Hyun Soon Lee, Leading Professor, Ph.D., 1981, State University of New York at Stony Brook: Mechanical Engineering

Heat Transfer, Energy, Engine Technologies, Thermal Sciences.

Sangwan Joo, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D., 1998, Osaka University: Robotics

Modeling and Measurement for the Joint Stiffness of Robot Manipulator, Passive Compliant Tool Design and Its Analysis.

 

Cross-Appointed Stony Brook Faculty

 

Jeff Ge, Cross-Appointed Stony Brook Professor, Ph.D., 1990, University of California, Irvine: Mechanical Engineering

Design Automation and Robotics.

David Hwang, Associate Professor, Ph.D., 2005, University of California, Berkeley: Mechanical Engineering

Pulsed Laser Processing of Electronic Materials in Micro/Nano Scales.

Robert V. Kukta, Associate Professor, Ph.D., 1997, Brown University: Engineering

Observations on the Kinetics of Relaxation in Epitaxial Films Grown on Conventional and Compliant Substrates: Continuum Simulations of Dislocation Glide near an Interface.

Sotirios Mamalis, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2012, University of Michigan: Mechanical Engineering

Simulation and Thermodynamic Analysis of High Pressure Lean Burn Engines.

Noah Machtay, Teaching Associate Professor, Ph.D., 2009, State University of New York at Stony Brook, New York: Mechanical Engineering

Multi-Scale Computational and Experimental Mechanics, Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Mechatronic Systems Design and Analysis, Advanced Transportation Systems, Energy Technology, Motorsports.

 

 


기계공학과

 

학과장: Foluso Ladeinde, Ph.D.

프로그램 코디네이터: 이다언

 

사무실: 강의연구동 B동 B619호

전화번호: (032) 626-1801

이메일: daun.lee@sunykorea.ac.kr

Web Address: me.sunykorea.ac.kr