NEWS

28 Aug 2014 | Trinity engineers design next-generation aircraft to reduce noise pollution and decrease our carbon footprint

27 Aug 2014 | Career opportunities in Engineering in LotusWorks

14 Aug 2014 | Professor John Monaghan awarded the William Johnson International Gold Medal by the Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies committee in Dublin City University

13 Aug 2014 | Eoin Fanning, Tim Persoons and Darina Murray receive the 2013 Hartnett-Irvine Award from the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer in Kyoto, Japan

14 Jul 2014 | Ceramicx and Tony Robinson's group develop novel IR energy mapping tool aimed at the aviation, automotive, plastics and composites industries

9 Jul 2014 | Trinity Business Incubator ‘LaunchBox’ welcomes MME student entrepreneurs Patrick Lynch, Paul Mahony and Paul Mannix

5 Jul 2014 | Rudi O'Reilly Meehan, Tim Persoons and Darina Murray are representing Trinity in the 4th International PIV Challenge in Lisbon, Portugal

Welcome to the Department of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering at Trinity College Dublin. Mechanical engineers are central to any successful economy with an ever increasing demand for higher level qualification particularly in Ireland. Our department focusses on research led teaching with maximum involvement of undergraduates in project work and commitment of our large body of research students to the teaching experience.

Our main research areas are Bioengineering, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer and Energy, Materials Science, Manufacturing and Design. We run undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes and support about 60 research students through funded programmes from a variety of industrial, government and European industry/university consortia.

Our Department is contained in a purpose built building named after the famous 19th century Irish engineer Charles Parsons who made outstanding contributions in the area of turbine propulsion and generation.

Details of our courses, research, staff and other information about this Department can be accessed on the website.

Prof Darina Murray
Head of Discipline


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