The Mechatronics Education Repository is a rich library of shared resources. Browse the curricula and syllabi of mechatronics programs and courses, student projects, research papers focused on mechatronics education, whitepapers, presentations and videos from workshops, and much more.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering - Mechatronics option
University of New Brunswick, Canada
The central theme behind an education in Mechanical Engineering is the engineered production, transformation, conversion, transmission and control of "mechanical" energy and materials. This may involve any or all aspects of the design, manufacture, fabrication, alteration, installation, selection, specification, testing, maintenance, operation, and control of single components and machines or complete and complex systems. The Department offers some specialization in order to match these extremely broad demands to the interests of its students. The Mechatronics option permits interested students to increase their understanding of these subjects by a selection of core and elective courses in mechanical and electrical engineering. The option normally begins in second year but may be started later.
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Mechatronics Education and Research at the University of Waterloo
Mechatronics Education Innovation Webinar Series
In the second webinar of the new series, Dr. Melek talked about the activities of the Engineering Clinic at the University of Waterloo, and how they support the undergraduate mechatronics education. He also highlighted the research projects from his lab, focused on autonomous and intelligent vehicles and human-machine interfacing in human-centric environments.
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Platform for Mechatronics Education Using (1) Mechatronics Technology Demonstrator and (2) Web Based Virtual Experimentation
Shetty, D.; Umesh, P.; Gangadharan, K.V.
This paper shows that the analysis of the simulation results from the simulation based mechatronic model of a complex system followed by a procedure that allows a better understanding of the dynamic behavior and interactions of the components. This paper will highlight the results of interaction between National Institute of Technology, (NITK) Surathkal, India and University of District of Columbia (UDC) in the area of Mechatronics and virtual testing.