Chang, Young Bae
Interim Head for Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
570C Engineering North
Stillwater, OK 74078
Professor Chang received his B.S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Hankuk Aviation College in South Korea, M.S. degree in Production Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, and Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Oklahoma State University.
Before joining the Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology in 2000, he taught at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Oklahoma State University for six years. Professor Chang was affiliated with Web Handling Research Center at Oklahoma State University as research staff for thirteen years. His prior work experience was with the Ship Research Station of Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials, and Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute. His research areas include vibration of nuclear fuel rods, flow-induced vibration of heat exchangers and ocean structures, flutter of thin films, air-flotation and guidance of thin films and glass, and protective gears and garments.
Dr. Chang teaches MET 3003 Dynamics, MET 2313 Fundamentals of Hydraulic Fluid Power, MET 3413 Fundamentals of Pneumatic Fluid Power, and MET 4313 Electrohydraulic and Motion Control.
His personal interests and activities include shooting sports and serving on committees and organizations that promote the welfare of international students.