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Advanced Manufacturing for Energy Systems (AMES)

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
  • fIndustrially relevant training, industrial co-advisor for the MS thesis, summer internship at an industrial partner facility
  • Fellowships are available for those who qualify

To learn more about the program click here.

For preferred consideration for admittance into the AMES program, apply by Feb 1, 2019 for Fall 2019 semester.