​Nathan Luetke
Engineering Technology

​Nathan Luetke

Nathan Luetke has been a faculty member of the Engineering Technology department since 2005 and is currently a master lecturer for the mechanical engineering technology (MET) program. He has taught a variety of courses over the years including 2-D CAD and solid modeling, fluids, heat transfer, material science, and freshman engineering, but his primary focus is thermodynamics applied to power cycles, refrigeration, and motorsports applications.

He directs the thermodynamics and fluid mechanics labs for the MET program, advises the student chapter of ASHRAE and co-advises the SAE formula car team. He is also the MET academic advisor and will be the MET program director starting fall 2018.