The project-based course guides students to perform engineering analysis through real-world examples.
Describing physical systems with mathematical models can speed up the engineering design process as well as
enhance the overall quality of the final products. Throughout 3 major projects (pop-pop engine boat, mouse
trap car, and ninja robot), students will apply quantitative engineering analysis to model the dynamics of
different systems based on classical physics and thus inform their design decisions. Students will have
opportunities to verify their design and prediction in end-of-project competitions.

offering time

Fall 22


Minh Doan



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