25 Oct 2016 | Seminar by Louis Cattafesta, 'Active Flow Control' (11am, CLT, Parsons Building)

20 Oct 2016 | Richard Reilly and Richard Costello launch 'Inca', a new device to help you catch your breath

3 Oct 2016 | Conor Buckley's Med3DP bringing humanitarianism into engineering education with 3D printed devices

5 Aug 2016 | Postdoctoral Researcher position (data centre cooling) in the Fluids & Heat Transfer Research group

3 Jul 2016 | David Taylor and Maeve O'Neill talk about how insects can self-repair on RTE's Mooney Goes Wild

20 Jun 2016 | David Donoghue awarded 2016 EUROTHERM Young Scientist Prize

25 May 2016 | Kevin Kelly receives Provost's Teaching Award

24 May 2016 | Rick Cressall awarded 2016 Naughton PhD Fellowship co-supervised by Tim Persoons and Ken Christensen (Notre Dame)

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 include 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 housed in a purpose built building named after the famous 19th century Irish engineer Charles A. 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.