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Mechanical & Materials Engineering


Sweden/U.S. EMME Program

UNL Engineering Mechanics1:

The students in the program will have to complete at least 12 credits of regular coursework in EngM at UNL (a total of at least 15 credits, including thesis, must be completed at UNL). These 12 course work credits (at least seven of which must be earned in courses open exclusively to graduate students) will include:

  • EngM 910: Continuum Mechanics
  • EngM 996: Seminar in Engineering Mechanics

And any three courses from the following list2:

 

Materials Modeling Emphasis:

    Suggested courses:
     
  • 843 Introduction to Piezoelectricity with Applications
  • 922 Theory of Elasticity I
  • 925 Viscoelasticity
  • 930 Mechanics of Composite Materials
  • 942 Theory of Plasticity
    Other courses:
     
  • 940 Fracture Mechanics
  • 941 Mechanics of Dislocations and Cracks

 

 

Computation and Computational Materials Emphasis:

    Suggested courses:
     
  • 880 Numerical Methods in Engineering Analysis
  • 851 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis
  • 860 Molecular Dynamics
  • 960 Computational Materials
    Other courses:
     
  • 888 Nonlinear Optimization
  • 918 Fundamentals of Finite Elements
  • 951 Advanced Topics in Finite Element Methods

 

 

Materials Evaluation Emphasis:

    Suggested courses:
     
  • 848 Advanced Mechanics of Materials
  • 852 Experimental Stress Analysis I
  • 875 Vibration Theory and Applications
  • 891: Special Topic: Structure, Mechanical and Chemical Properties of Nano-Structures and Nano-Materials
  • 915 Stress Waves in Solids
  • 940 Fracture Mechanics
    Other courses:
     
  • 922 Theory of Elasticity I
  • 941 Mechanics of Dislocations and Cracks

 

1 course credit = 3,75 ECTS , 1 thesis credit = 5 ECTS

LTU Materials1:

The student in the program will have to complete a minimum of 60 ECTS 15 ECTS thesis work credits at LTU. These will include the following:

A minimum of 45 ECTS in regular technical courses from the following. These 45 ECTS will include:

  • T7001T - Deformation and Fracture (Vuorinen) 7,5 ECTS
  • T7008T - Phase Transformations (Vuorinen) 7,5 ECTS
  • T70012T - Composite Materials (Varna) 7,5 ECTS

And any three courses from the following list:

  • T7002T - Materials Modeling (Joffe) 7,5 ECTS
  • T7003T - Advanced Materials Char. Techniques (Lindbäck) 7,5 ECTS
  • T7004T- Surface Engineering (Vuorinen) 7,5 ECTS
  • T7005T - Aerospace Materials (Varna) 7,5 ECTS
  • T7006T - Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnol. (Soldatov) 7,5 ECTS

Students starting their master at UNL and completing it at LTU may take up to 15 ECTS of master's thesis at UNL. Students starting their master's at LTU and completing it at UNL may take up to 15 ECTS of master's thesis at LTU.

Language requirements:

Students going from UNL to LTU are required to take at least 3 ECTS in Swedish language and culture.

Students entering the program are expected to be fluent in English at a level which will allow them to take courses and communicate in English.

Students for which English is not their native language when entering UNL will need to provide proof of English proficiency before admission and will be evaluated upon arrival at UNL and might be required to take additional English courses.

Students going from LTU to UNL will either take the TOEFL (or equivalent) or obtain a certificate from LTU indicating that they have successfully completed coursework completely delivered in English.


1A student may petition each program to request a change in the above requirements.

Resolution of Disputes:

In the event there is a dispute, the resolution of disputes will follow the procedures of the home institution of the degree program the dispute is in (e.g., UNL for Engineering Mechanics and LTU for Materials Engineering).