Mechanical Engineering

Melody Baglione

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
212.353.4295 |

Michael Bambino

Adjunct Instructor

Robert Barrett

Adjunct Professor
212.353.4292 |

Scott N. Bondi

Adjunct Professor

Wallace Chinitz

Professor Emeritus

George J. Delagrammatikas

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering; STEM and Outreach Programs
(212) 353-4293 |

Robert Dell

Director, Center for Innovation and Applied Technology, Adjunct Professor, C.V. Starr Research Foundation Research Fellow
212-353-4298 |

Radmila Janjusevic

Biomedical Engineering Laboratory Technician and Student Project Coordinator

Maria Jimenez

Secretary, Mechanical and Civil Engineering Departments
212-353-4292 |

Lembit Kutt

Adjunct Professor
212-353-4301 |

Eric Lima

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Director The Open-Source Hardware Laboratory
212.353.4029 |

Dirk Martin Luchtenburg

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Ericson Mar

Adjunct Professor

Karl Orishimo

Adjunct Professor

Jorge Ortega

Lab Manager
212-353-4330 |

Katherine M. Panchyk

Adjunct Professor

George W. Sidebotham

Professor of Mechanical Engineering
212.353.4308 |

Daniel M. Speyer

Adjunct Professor

Thomas Synnott, III

Adjunct Professor
212-353-4301 |

Chih-Shing (Stan) Wei

George Clark Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chair
212.353.4299 |

David M. Wootton

Professor of Mechanical Engineering
212.353.4393 |

Hui (Grace) Yu

Adjunct Professor

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