Advanced Manufacturing for Energy Systems

Led by Ugur Pasaogullari, professor in the University of Connecticut’s Mechanical Engineering Department, recently received a grant from the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) of $1.25 million over 5 years. As a result of this funding, the UConn School of Engineering is starting a master’s-level Advanced Manufacturing for Energy systems (AMES) program with classes commencing in the Spring 2019.

  • Specialized training for the next generation of advanced manufacturing leaders in energy systems;
  • Interdisciplinary learning experience;
  • Concentrations in Advanced Materials; Processing; and Sensing & diagnostics
  • Industrially relevant training, industrial co-advisor for the MS thesis, summer internship at an industrial partner facility
  • Fellowships are available for those who qualify

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