We’re engineering a better world for all.
At Notre Dame Engineering, we seek to create an inclusive community that educates the whole person. To form skilled, ethical engineers who work for the authentic good of all. And to conduct research that transforms fundamental discoveries into technologies with broad impact.
That’s our mission. Won’t you join us?
The Notre Dame College of Engineering this fall welcomed 5 new members of the faculty. Mengxue Hou (above far …
Meenal Datta awarded Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award (MIRA) from NIH to investigate immune cell response to mechanical forces
Meenal Datta, assistant professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has …
Notre Dame computer engineering professor partners with HBCUs to grow the U.S. microelectronics workforce
When it comes to making semiconductor chips in the United States, “we need all hands on deck,” says Matthew …
Yichun Wang receives Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award (MIRA) from NIH for novel drug-delivery platform
Yichun Wang, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has …
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Women in Engineering
ND Women in Engineering brings together women at all levels — undergraduate, graduate, faculty, and alumni — to create a community of support and opportunities for women to thrive.
You belong here! Whether you’re an undergraduate or a graduate student considering engineering, we welcome you.
Here, you’ll be part of a large, diverse, and supportive community that will take a personal interest in your education, research, professional development, and formation as a person and an engineer/scholar.
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Fighting for the Dignity of Independence
Inspired by his dad’s ALS diagnosis, electrical engineering major John Sexton is working to better equip people confined to a powerchair.Learn More