Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (FMAE)
Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (FMAE), originally a part of the Faculty of Engineering, was separated from that faculty to begin work as an independent body in 20008 reflecting the broad range of its interest and the high number of its students and academic staff. The main goal of this faculty is to educate and train students in mathematics, physics, mechanics and aerospace sciences to develop, strengthen and enhance abilities to analyze, model ,build ,measure ,design and implement solutions throughout a broad spectrum of engineering fields. The process of formulation, design, control, optimization and manufacturing of new systems and devices are emphasized at the faculty both in education and research as the starting point for the graduates careers in energy, mechanical and aerospace engineering. The faculty offers B.Sc, M.Sc and PhD in both mechanical and aerospace engineering and has nearly 50 faculty members.
Dean of faculty: Morteza Khayat
Field of study: Mechanical Engineering
Ranking: Assistant professor