ME 106 News

Monday Lab Section Will Open 2:30 - 5:30 pm Starting 1/30/05

We will be able to accommodate the people who want to add in the Monday lab section, which will run from 2:30 - 5:30 pm. Add codes will be available next week. Those who want to add to the class, plan on showing up at E 125 on Monday, 1-30-05 at 2:30 pm to begin the Introduction to the Mechatronics Laboratory experiment. Please read the instructions for the experiment before you come to lab! (27JAN05)

David Brown Fellowship in Mechatronics

The application for the 2001/02 David Brown Fellowship in Mechatronics is now available. (The application is in pdf format. Download the free pdf viewer from Adobe if you don't have one installed already.) The annual fellowship award is for $2000 to promote the professional development of the recipient in the area of Mechatronics, and to advance the development of the Mechatronics program at San José State University. Applicants must be US citizens. If you are interested in learning about Mechatronics and getting paid to do so, please apply! (09NOV01)


MentorNet, is a national electronic industrial mentoring network for women
in engineering and science, pairs undergraduate and graduate women studying
engineering and related sciences with mentors in industry, via electronic
communications, primarily e-mail. (31AUG98)

ME 106 replaces EE 105 as a required course for all ME majors

Beginning in Fall 1998, ME 106 replaces EE 105 as a required course for all ME majors. Students who have completed the prerequisites (E30, EE 98 and Math 133A) may enroll in ME 106. Interested EE majors may enroll in the cross-listed course, EE106. (30JUN98)