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Fighting to go faster and farther than ever thought possible Researchers are using the world's largest quiet hypersonic wind tunnel, located on campus, to contribute to the future of flight.
Fighting to go faster and farther than ever thought possible
Cutting diagnoses time with extracellular vesicles New liquid biopsy option cuts time on medical diagnoses from 13 hours to 30 minutes.
Cutting diagnoses time with extracellular vesicles
Transforming the AME Student Experience Our new experiential curricula and facilities will better prepare students to be servant-engineers, who apply our Catholic mission to real-world engineering solutions.
Transforming the AME Student Experience
Studying the role of physics in brain development Notre Dame researchers are studying the role of physics in gyrification, the folding process the brain undergoes during development.
Studying the role of physics in brain development

Welcome to the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering offers two undergraduate degree programs: aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering. Both tracks prepare students for careers in industry, government, or research laboratories.

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Cutting the timeline to improve energy efficiency in manufacturing
Cutting the timeline to improve energy efficiency in manufacturing
September 24, 2020

A multidisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Notre Dame and Idaho National Laboratory is working to shorten the timeline for advanced energy storage and conversion in manufacturing processes.

In Memoriam: Albin A. Szewczyk, professor emeritus of the College of Engineering
In Memoriam: Albin A. Szewczyk, professor emeritus of the College of Engineering
September 9, 2020

Albin A. Szewczyk, professor emeritus of the College of Engineering, passed away peacefully at Hospice House in South Bend on August 17, 2020.

Human/mechanical powered plasma: AME faculty/student researchers help create the future
Human/mechanical powered plasma: AME faculty/student researchers help create the future
September 1, 2020

A team of engineers, including two AME undergraduates and a Ph.D. student in mechanical engineering, have published research that explores making plasma devices that can be operated without electrical power — they need only human or mechanical energy.

In Memoriam: Kwang-Tzu Yang, professor emeritus of the College of Engineering
In Memoriam: Kwang-Tzu Yang, professor emeritus of the College of Engineering
August 3, 2020

Kwang-Tzu Yang, professor emeritus of the College of Engineering, died peacefully in his home on July 29, 2020.

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Paul Rumbach

Paul Rumbach

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Phone: 574-631-0098
Office: 363 Fitzpatrick Hall

Paul Rumbach

College of Engineering Assistant Teaching Professor
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