As dean, I appreciate your visit to this website and your interest in our college. I think you will find excellent programs within our five Departments, which are constantly being updated and modernized by our dedicated group of faculty. As an example, energy conservation, sustainability, and green engineering are becoming more prevalent in many engineering educational programs. We are well ahead of the curve here at CU Denver with our Center for Sustainable Urban Infrastructure and our NSF-funded IGERT graduate training program. We have just launched our new Department of Bioengineering, which will provide a model of connecting education and research between our downtown campus and the Anschutz Medical Campus.
Students preparing for the 21st century job market require a multidisciplinary skill set. We are providing our students with numerous and meaningful design experiences incorporating analysis, modeling, experiment, and research. Our faculty is actively making innovation, creativity, and leadership cornerstones of our educational programs.
We have strong research and educational programs in biophotonics, biomedical imaging and devices, applied mechanics, sports equipment, energy and power systems, high-performance computing, software engineering, sustainability and green engineering, to name a few. These programs support the CU Denver mission: to provide a diverse teaching and learning community that creates, discovers, and applies knowledge to improve the health and well-being of Colorado and the world.
Our college is conveniently located in downtown Denver, an environment conducive to higher education with its many available resources. We serve both traditional students and the working professional with daytime and evening classes.
If you are interested in learning more about the college of engineering, please feel free to contact us.
Dean Marc Ingber, PhD
Marc Ingber, PhD became Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science on July 1, 2010.
Dean Ingber received his doctorate in applied mechanics from the University of Michigan, an MSE in mechanical engineering from CU Boulder, an MA in mathematics from the University of Michigan, and a BSE in mechanical engineering from Tulane University. His principal research interests include multiphase fluid mechanics, functionally graded and composite materials, carbon dioxide sequestration, and high performance computing.
Prior to his arrival at CU Denver, Dean Ingber was a program director of the Chemical, Biological, Environmental and Transport Systems Division at the National Science Foundation on loan from the University of New Mexico, where he was professor of mechanical engineering. In addition to his professorship at UNM, he previously chaired the Department of Mechanical Engineering and was director of the Center for High Performance Computing. Dean Ingber is an associate editor of the International Journal of Fluid Dynamics, and serves on several editorial boards.