Here are some of the places where you’ll find our students and faculty hard at work:

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Laboratories

MSOE’s state-of-the-art Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Laboratory Suite includes a wet biotechnology lab, senior design lab, dry instrumentation lab and BSL-II cell culture facility. The multimillion-dollar laboratories were built with a generous gift from Drs. Robert and Patricia Kern. The laboratories feature:

  • Top-of-the-line equipment, including -20ºC and -80ºC freezers to store DNA, RNA and other biomolecules
  • Storage cabinets with negative pressure that safely contain vapors
  • Macro- and micro-centrifuges
  • An autoclave that can steam- or dry-sterilize both liquids and glassware
  • Data-input jacks and wireless hubs throughout all four laboratories
  • A student lounge area for group meetings, projects and studying

Caspian Cyber Security Laboratory

The Caspian Cyber Security Lab allows students to conduct real-world cyber security experiments and test defensive mechanisms in a professional and controlled environment. The room is grounded with special shielding paint and an electromagnetic field to prevent computer viruses that students are working on from spreading to the rest of campus through the wireless network.

Cohen Human Machine Interface Laboratories

These laboratories create a space for students to jump into their work and expand their workspaces. Each desk includes pop-up individual monitors for students to plug their laptops into and create extended screens, making it easier for students to view intricate work.

Students are able to take a trip to the operating room without leaving campus by working on the Anatomage Table. The Anatomage Table is a fully segmented, real human 3D anatomy system that allows for exploration and learning of human anatomy. The life-sized, touch screen experience is displayed in an operatory bed form to enable students to visualize anatomy exactly as they would on a cadaver.   

Construction Science and Engineering Center

This center promotes innovation in the building design and construction industries by conducting applied research in structural materials and systems as well as construction methods. It also ensures that MSOE graduates understand the physical realities of structural behavior and construction. With 2,100 square feet of floor space and a clear height of 36 feet, the center is dedicated to testing products for structural integrity and failure points, helping to determine marketability and safety. Specialized and adaptable structural testing systems can produce loads from 50 to 500,000 pounds on specimens up to 24 feet tall. The lab has multiple computerized data acquisition capabilities and an extensive array of transducers for measuring force, displacement and strain.

Dedicated Computing Data Analytics Laboratory

The Dedicated Computing Data Analytics Lab provides laboratory space for students to experiment with data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence. Students training through simulators will have the ability to dynamically adjust to the learning techniques of the individual, creating deeper and engaging environments that will increase overall learning.  

LogistiVIEW AR/VR Laboratory

In our LogistiVIEW AR/VR Lab, students will design and/or be immersed in augmented and virtual reality environments such as nursing simulations, or “walks” through a building to visualize the mechanical systems they’re designing. Next door, in the Hamel AR/VR Classroom, students will be learning more about these technologies.

Northwestern Mutual AI Laboratory

Our Northwestern Mutual AI Lab has data-rich configurable laboratories that will evolve with the curriculum and allow students to deep dive into advanced technology systems. 

Sanquini Senior Design Laboratory

The Sanquini Senior Design Lab is a team-focused room rounded out with 65-inch 4K monitors, lockers for students to store their design materials and a kitchenette to fuel students during long work sessions.