The auxiliary space in the basement of the parking garage is the primary workspace for large automotive projects, such as the Formula SAE race car, SAE mini-baja car, and the zero-emissions Lightweight Urban Vehicle.
The Burkes Design Laboratory is used by students completing their year-long senior design capstone project for team meetings, planning, brainstorming sessions, design work, and other team needs.
All of the classrooms in Jobst Hall are equipped with traditional blackboards and modern computer projectors and screens.
The PC lab is a desktop publishing and numerical analysis lab intended for undergraduate and graduate students’ use.
The facilities in the Fluid Mechanics Laboratory includes a subsonic wind tunnel, a supersonic wind tunnel, and an open-channel flow water table, along with various smaller experiments, instrumentation, and equipment for the study of basic hydraulics, aerodynamics, hydro turbines, pipe flow, flow rate measurements, jet forces, and hydrostatics.
Jobst 121 houses the instrumentation and measurements laboratories, used primarily for ME 303 and ME 403 laboratory courses.
Jobst 120 is the primary machine shop for the Mechanical Engineering department and also serves the needs of the College of Engineering and Technology.
The lab was established to serve educational and academic research needs as well as collaborative research and service in the area of materials testing, characterization and development of materials constitutive modeling.
This is flexible space that contains areas for working on large projects such as the Formula Car, desktop workspace for smaller projects, and cubicles for team meetings and conference calls.
The laboratory is used to teach the students robotics and mechatronics.
The lab houses a variety of research projects used by both undergraduate and graduate students.
Jobst 116 houses laboratories for the study of thermodynamics and heat transfer.