The Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department has well-equipped Instructional Facilities and Instructional Laboratories to support instruction and research in the Financial Engineering, Industrial and Management Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs.

M&IE facilities and labs support teaching and research in Advanced Structures, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Decision Support Systems and Operations Research, Fluid Mechanics, Fuel Cells, Heat Transfer, Human Factors, Facilities Design, Instrumental Analysis, Materials Science, and Micro-Electromechanical Systems. M&IE facilities & labs include:

  • Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Laboratory
    • The Mechanical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering Technology CADD lab provides a modern facility for instruction in a variety of computer software packages.   This Lab is located in Barnard Hall Room 134.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory
    • The Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory houses many basic sensors and instrument types to support coursework in the Mechanical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs. Students utilize apparatus ranging from simple digital multi-meters and manometers to computerized data acquisition systems and digitizing oscilloscopes. These devices can be used to monitor all kinds of engineering testing and phenomena. This Lab is located in Roberts Hall 401.

 

  • Mechanical Design Laboratory
    • The Mechanical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering Technology Design lab provides state of the art desktop design tools for design, analysis, and presentation. Most of the programs available in the CADD lab are also available in this adjacent lab in Barnard Hall room 129.

 

 

Numerous analytical instruments are available through the MSU Center for Research in Surface Science (CRISS) facility including Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), LEEDS, ESCA, SAM, UPS, and SIMS units.

The M&IE Department, the College of Engineering, and the MSU campus maintain a number of well equipped computer labs with a complete complement of hardware and software for student use in coursework and research activities. Most of the campus is available for wireless connectivity, however many of the online applications require a secure connection, i.e. DegreeWorks Plans and therefore the MSU Secure Network is required.

For instructions on how to set up MSU Secure log in on your device, check for specifications on the MSU Wireless Network Access website.