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The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technion is the major source of high-level mechanical engineers for Israeli industry and R&D. Graduates of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering fill senior positions in across the various industries, and particularly in the high-tech and defense industries. Mechanical Engineers are involved in the development, planning and implementation of advanced manufacturing machinery, robots, computerized mechanical systems for general and medical applications, electro-optic equipment, computer- aided planning, cooling of electronic chips and more.
A wide range of courses and research projects at the Faculty are focused on the following areas: Biomechanics, CAD, Control, Design and Production, Dynamical Systems, Energy, Flow-Structure Interaction, Fluid mechanics and Transient Phenomena, Mechanics of Materials, Mechatronics, Micro-Systems, Nano-Mechanics, Optical Engineering, Reliability, Robotics, Surface Engineering.
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