Mechanical and Robotics Engineering

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Miniaturization and pinpoint accuracy mean physicians and patients can control and improve illnesses like chronic pain, tremors, and heart conditions.  Transform healthcare with great design for manufacturing, tooling and reliability. Work with electromechanical systems, plastics, and heat transfer. Your work may include using cutting-edge 3D modeling programs such as ProE, Blender, Inventor and SolidWorks to create plans, schematics, and testing.


Human Factors Engineering

Our products are extensions of a surgeon’s hands. Insulin pumps fit for a child. Cardiac devices fit to the human heart. Design products, processes, and systems to reduce human error, increase productivity, and enhance safety and comfort. Support early stage development with research, use studies, and usability evaluations to identify user needs, support design optimization, and identify potential use errors. Your work may include development of complex systems like robotics, controls, imaging, multi-user interfaces, minimally-invasive surgical instruments, and testing.

Materials Science

Work with metals, ceramics, composites, and plastics to create new materials for biomedical devices. Research can lead to batteries that can pack more power per ounce, new coatings for surgical tools, miniaturization, or custom orthopedic systems. Your work may include analysis, research, designing, and developing materials for systems and subsystems. Plus, developing specifications, fabrication, assembly processes, and testing.

Chemical Engineering

Research coatings, compounds, and materials to deliver lifesaving treatments to millions of patients. Your work may include analysis, research, design, and developing materials for systems and subsystems, semiconductor manufacturing, and testing.

Electrical Engineering

Use your skills and experience to improve lives. Design, improve, and test components and subsystems; and work on product ideation. Your work may include analysis, research, designing and developing circuits for systems and subsystems. Plus, you’ll develop specifications, fabrication, and assembly processes.


Innovation comes from primary research, the deep investigation of the feasibility of concepts, and principles. Your work may include laboratory research, complex systems development, and analysis in robotics, biological interfaces, controls, imaging, algorithms, multi-user interfaces, and minimally invasive surgical instrumentation and testing.