We focus on fostering leadership and creating engineering solutions in the fields of engineering mechanics and astronautics, engineering physics and nuclear engineering.
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357 undergraduate students
- 228 in Engineering Mechanics
- 126 in Nuclear Engineering
- 32 in Engineering Physics
134 graduate students
- 28 in Engineering Mechanics
- 106 in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics
39 undergraduate scholarships
9 graduate fellows
84 bachelors (56 in Engineering Mechanics, 0 in Engineering Physics, and 28 in Nuclear Engineering)
25 masters (6 in Engineering Mechanics and 19 in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics)
11 PhDs (1 in Engineering Mechanics and 10 in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics)
Teaching funds appropriated by the State of Wisconsin: $3,924,864
Other funds provided by the university: $1,107,881
Research funds from the federal government: $11,554,009
Research funds from industry: $92,515
Graduate School Research Committee funds (WARF): $598,359
Federal government and industrial fellowships not included above: $483,407
Federal government/utility support of nuclear engineering education: $496,524
EP internal revenue-producing activities: $412,113
38 patents, 1977-2017
19 Teaching Assistant Appointments
91 Research Assistant Appointments
The Department of Engineering Physics at the UW-Madison ranks among top engineering physics departments in national surveys, consistently producing talented graduates whose skills are respected throughout the nation and the world.
The engineering mechanics program is highly ranked nationally. Both the undergraduate and graduate programs in nuclear engineering are ranked #3 in the U.S. by U.S. News and World Report.
The department is collaborating with the Departments of Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering to develop new mechanics research and education initiatives across the college campus.
Faculty members who hold named professorships:
• Todd Allen – Grainger Institute for Engineering Professor
• James P. Blanchard – Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor
• Chris Hegna – Harey D. Spangler Professor
• Carl Sovinec – Thomas and Suzanne Werner Professor
• Paul Wilson – Grainger Professor of Nuclear Engineering
Emeritus faculty members who held named professorships:
• John Conrad – Wisconsin Distinguished Professor Emeritus
• Noah Hershkowitz – Irving Langmuir Professor Emeritus
• Gerald Kulcinski – Grainger Professor Emeritus
• Greg Moses – Spangler Professor Emeritus
Faculty member who is a Wisconsin Distinguished Professor:
• Roderic S. Lakes
Faculty members who are members of the National Academy of Engineering:
• James D. Callen — Professor Emeritus
• Max Carbon — Professor Emeritus
• Michael Corradini — Wisconsin Distinguished Professor Emeritus
• Gerald L. Kulckinski — Grainger Professor Emeritus
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