MECH 893 Industry-Linked Project (Part 2)
Students work on individual one-term research or development projects that are the natural progression of projects started in MECH-892*. The project is linked to a supporting company partner. Course evaluation is based on a final written report (typically 50-60 pages) and an end of term seminar presentation. Instructors: Various faculty members from within the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. Exclusions: MECH-898 - Project, CMAS-898 ¿ Project. Prerequisites: MECH 892 ¿ Industry-Linked Project (Part 1)
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The facilities are subject to frequent review to meet the requirements of the department's commitment to teaching and research. A range of computing facilities is available for laboratory and course work use. A large shop contains advanced machining and welding equipment for instruction and apparatus construction.