Congratulations to the MEEN Departmental Scholarship Winners

DALLAS SECTIONSPE Undergraduate Scholarship ApplicationAcademic Year 2016 – 2017

The Mayor and City Council Business Awards Breakfast was held on September 11, 2015 at UNT Apogee Stadium Club Level’s Hub Club.

MEE continues on a path of growth in new student enrollment and significant increase in returning students in this Fall 2015, including  a new cohort of graduate...

NASA TSGC Design Challenge - Spring Showcase 2015 Award

Zero Energy Research Laboratory

The new Zero Energy Research Laboratory gives students the tools to study next generation energy technologies. 

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Researchers developed and tested panel building materials made from kenaf, a plant in the hibiscus family that is similar to bamboo. 

MEE welcomes industry participation in Senior Design. Partner with us!

Company Turns to Researchers at UNT Zero Energy Lab to Study Harvesting Power of its new Wind Turbine

For more information about the Study Abroad program, click here!

Welcome from the Chair

I would like to personally welcome you to the first Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering (MEE) in the United States.

Since the industrial revolution, mechanical engineers have been at the forefront of every innovation and change in the world. From engines, power plants, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems... Read more 


Watch the Mechanical and Energy Engineering students making news for their participation in a SpaceX project...

The largest Fall graduating class from MEE BS program celebrates with faculty on the commencement day, December 11, 2015.

MEE Faculty Position

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Sheldon Q. Shi

Sustainable and energy efficiency manufacturing is one of the major focuses in the Mechanical and Energy Engineering (MEE) department. Shi, an associate professor and researcher in UNT's PACCAR Technology Institute, contributed to the development of the manufacturing technologies for innovative renewable bioroducts.

Spotlight on Research

Dr. Horne's research centers on computational methods and simulations, both in their application to real-world problems and the more theoretical aspects of their numerics. On the application side, he is currently working with both computational fluid dynamics and molecular dynamics simulations.

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