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University of Birmingham (School of Mechanical Engineering)

URL: http://www.eng.bham.ac.uk/mechanical/

Mechanical Engineering at Birmingham produces graduates who are creative, highly numerate and skilled at solving problems and delivering results.

This is possible only as a result of our first-rate staff and our on-going focus on excellence in engineering research and technology.

Mechanical Engineering Research is organised into three focused research centres: Bio-medical and Micro Engineering, Manufacturing Processes, Technology & Modelling and Vehicle Technology. From nanotechnology to vehicle and aero-technology, our research scales the full range of engineering disciplines to support manufacturing industry world-wide.

Panagiotis Alevras

E-Mail: p.alevras [AT] bham.ac.uk

Please note that I am already a member under Loughborough University, but I couldn't find another way to update my details.

Apologies for the confusion.

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