- Ph.D., 2005 Purdue University
- M.S., 2002 Purdue University
- B.S., 2000 University of Oklahoma
In this episode of the Complete Engineering podcast, hear from Nebraska Engineering faculty and a group of dedicated seniors as they talk about valuable and challenging senior design capstone experiences undertaken this year.
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- Mechanical systems design and analysis
- Medical robotics (including surgical and rehabilitation applications)
- Modularity in mechanical systems
- Graph-theoretic techniques in robotics and mechanical systems design
- For more information, visit Dr. Nelson's Research Group
Dr. Nelson joined the faculty of the Department of Mechanical Engineering in 2005. Prior to coming to UNL, he attended Purdue University, where he received an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and completed his MSME and PhD degrees. Dr. Nelson is a member of the ASME, and his teaching experience includes courses in flight science at Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth and algebra at Ivy Tech State College of Indiana. Since coming to UNL, Dr. Nelson has taught Dynamic Systems Modeling and Control (MECH 350), Biomedical Device Design (MECH 437/837), Mechanical Engineering Design I (MECH 446), and Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery (MECH 342).
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