Teaching and Outreach


Prof. Go has taught (and continues to teach) a wide variety of classes primarily in the areas of transport, energy, and design.

  • AME 20213 Introduction to Measurements and Data Analysis
  • AME 21268 Design Tools 2 (developed by Prof. Go)
  • AME 30334 Heat Transfer
  • AME 30362 Design Methodology
  • AME 34314 Differential Equations, Vibrations, and Controls I
  • AME 47431 Designing Energy-Efficient Buildings with ARCH 41121 (developed by Prof. Go and Prof. Aimee Buccellato)
  • AME 54535 Energy Systems
  • AME 60634 Intermediate Heat Transfer (graduate level)
  • AME 60637 Ionization and Ion Transport (graduate level, developed by Prof. Go)


The Go Research Group actively engages the local Notre Dame community in South Bend, Indiana and surrounding areas (locally called the “Michiana” region) in a number of ways to teach and inspire area students about STEM disciplines.

  • Science Alive - a local science and technology fair for K-12 students at the St. Joseph County Public Library; the Go Group presents a plasma exhibit every year
  • Northern Indiana Science and Engineering Fair - regional science and engineering fair competition; Prof. Go advises high school students and helps coordinate the Research Club at Trinity School at Greenlawn (his alma mater), many of whom participate
  • Skype a Scientist - Prof. Go participates in this new remote way to bring scientists into K-12 science classrooms