Instructional Facilities

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 Pioneer Hall houses the Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering departments. In August 2007, a $16 million expansion and renovation of Pioneer Hall was completed. Instruction in the ME department is supported by seventeen modern laboratories. These labs house the equipment and infrastructure to support teaching, student projects, and research. Most of the labs are on the first floor (511kB) of Pioneer. Faculty offices, classrooms, and dedicated computer labs are located on the second floor (441kB). In addition to the computer resources located in Pioneer Hall, engineering students have access to computer labs and high speed Internet connectivity in several locations on campus.

Mechanical Engineering Student Project Lab (P102)

The Scott L. and Nancy M. Carmona Family Performance Racing Lab (P103)

Machine Shop (P105)

Foundry (P107)

Solid Mechanics Lab (P118)RTEmagicC_heather-mill2_02

Biomaterials Lab (P119)

Materials Lab (P120)

Solid Prototyping Lab (P121)

Metallography Lab (P122)

Heat Transfer Lab (P123)

Independent Testing Lab (P129)

Thomas Kullgren Engineering Library (P144)

Tissue Engineering Lab (P145)

Fluid Mechanics Lab (P149)

Student Computer Aided Engineering Lab (P239)

Instructional Computer Aided Engineering Lab (P241)

Dynamic and Solid Modeling Research Lab (P249)

Electron Microscopy Lab (SW144)