Michigan State University College of Engineering main building 

See some of the Engineering building's classrooms and computer labs!

Anaerobic Digestion Research and Education Center 

 

The research and development activities in this center are focusing on developing the technologies that are able to economically address waste utilization needs of our global community.

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Alternative Fuels and Combustion Lab

 

 

Research in the Alternative Fuels and Combustion Laboratory is focused on examining enhanced ignition technologies, such as jet ignition, which can improve fuel consumption, reduce emissions, and improve combustion stability in internal combustion engines. 

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Bio Engineering Facility

 

The Bio Engineering Facility is located just southeast of the intersection of Service Road and Bogue Street on the East Lansing campus. The facility's laboratory space is designed to integrate bench experiments and computational analysis to allow a systems approach to biomedical research, as well as space for an on-site imaging facility.

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Biomechanical Design Research Lab 

 

The Biomechanical Design Research Laratory (BDRL) applies engineering techniques and principles to the human body.  Our work includes in vivo experimentation, methods development, modeling, and device development. 

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Biosafety Level-2 Pilot Plant 

 

The MSU Biosafety Level-2 (BSL-2) Pilot Plant provides a space where researchers can work with foodborne pathogens in actual food products in pilot-scale versions of commercial processing equipment. The pilot lab is equipped with small-scale equipment that mimics the equipment used in industrial food processing plants.

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Biosensors Lab

Photo of a professor in the biosensors lab

 

Our research focus is to develop nano-wired biosensors for rapid and on-site detection of microbial pathogens and toxins in food, water, animals, plants, and the environment for the ultimate purpose of enhancing public health and biosecurity.

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Civil Infrastructure Lab

Dr. Burgueno in the Civil Infrastructure lab

 

The Civil Infrastructure Laboratory is a facility dedicated for research on materials, transportation systems and structures, thus allowing the faculty at MSU's Department of Civil Engineering to address the mentioned challenge.

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Composite Materials and Structures Center

 

The Composite Materials and Structures Center (CMSC) offers testing services to investigate the material properties and performance characteristics of composite materials and their constituents. 

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Composite Vehicle Research Center

 

The Composite Vehicle Research Center focuses on the design and testing of composite structures for lightweight, environment-friendly, durable and safe vehicles. 

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 CoRe Facilities 

 

CoRe works to create a sense of community for engineering students who live and learn together in South Neighborhood. We want students to grow by experiencing the interesting, diverse, vibrant community of first-year engineers. The living-learning environment also facilitates social connections that broaden students’ Spartan experience.

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Data Science and Engineering Lab

 

Our lab focuses on two aspects of big data research: data science and data engineering. In data science, we aspire to develop data mining and machine learning algorithms to discover unknown and actionable patterns hidden deep inside big data. In data engineering, we strive to design and construct architectures and systems to enable big data management and analytics.

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Electrical Machines and Drives Lab

 

The Electrical Machines & Drives Laboratory conducts research in all aspects of electrical and electromechanical energy conversion. Its members strive to produce correct and useful results that address the needs of industry, government, and finally of the world, for efficient, highly performing systems.

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Energy and Automotive Research Lab

 

The Energy and Automotive Research Lab (EARL) at Michigan State University has as its primary focus the development of new ideas and technology that will lead to environmentally friendly transportation and decreased dependence on foreign energy sources.

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Food and Health Engineering Lab

 

We are an interdisciplinary group dedicated to exploring how oxidative stress affects crucial molecules for life, such as steroids and lipids. The goals of our lab are to shed light on molecular mechanisms governing oxidative stress, and to translate our findings to develop biomarkers for prevention and treatment of chronic diseases.

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Lahr Lab

 

Our work involves creating new user-friendly methods for monitoring of water, wastewater, and biofluids in hopes of protecting the public from pollution exposure, drinking water quality disasters, and resource extraction issues. 

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Molecular and Organic Excitonics Lab

 

The MOE Lab at Michigan State University focuses on inorganic and organic excitonic materials for solar energy production and utilization. Our ultimate goal is to enhance device efficiencies, lifetimes, and functionality.

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Nanotechnology Research

nanotechnology image

 

Nanotechnology involves materials so small (1 to 100 nanometers in size) that they exhibit unique properties. To put the nanoscale size range nanoscale in perspective, a hair is about 50,000 nanometers thick. The goal of nanotechnology research is to understand the unique properties of nanosized particles and use that knowledge to create new, high-performance materials, devices, and processes.

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Pattern Recognition and Image Processing (PRIP) Lab

Pattern recognition images of a human face

 

Important applications related to PRIP Lab research include face recognition, fingerprint identification, document image analysis, 3D object recognition, robot navigation, and visualization/exploration of 3D data.

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Smart Microsystems Lab

A robotic fish named Grace is shown here gliding downward in a swimming pool

 

Established in Fall 2004, the mission of SML is to enable smarter, smaller, integrated systems using advanced modeling, control and design methodologies. Research in SML focuses on modeling and control of smart material sensors and actuators, electroactive polymer-based microrobots, modeling and control of micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), control of autonomous swarms, and embedded control systems.

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