At the College of Engineering and Computer Science, students use different computer and engineering laboratories and equipment as part of their program courses to test, apply, and practice what they are learning.
Students have the opportunity to gain hands-on learning experience in the classroom and by partnering with faculty as research assistants.
Research at CECS
The college's state-of-the-art laboratory facilities offer effective and comprehensive areas for applied research that support the curriculum and build strong partnerships with industry, government and the community. Learn more.
CECS Labs by Department
ITS maintains computer labs across campus. These labs are open to all students at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, without regard to school or program. Here are the ITS computer labs within engineering buildings:
- Design and CAD Labs (1180 HPEC)
- PC Lab (183 ELB)
To learn more about these labs, please visit the ECE department.
- Computer Architecture Laboratory
- Computer Laboratory
- Control Systems Laboratory
- Digital Design Laboratory
- Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
- DTE Power Electronic Laboratory
- Electronics Laboratory
- Embedded Systems Laboratory
To learn more about these labs, please visit the IMSE department.
- Automation and Simulation Laboratory
- Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Laboratory
- Human Factors Engineering and Ergonomics Laboratory
- Metrology Laboratory
- Precision Machining Laboratory
- Rapid Prototyping Laboratory
- Robotics Laboratory
To learn more about these labs, please visit the ME department.
- Acoustics and Vibrations Laboratory
- Additive Manufacturing Processes Laboratory (AMPL)
- Bioengineering Laboratory
- Combustion Engines Laboratory
- Crash Mechanics Laboratory
- DENSO Climate Control Education and Research Laboratory
- Design and Fatigue Laboratory
- Dynamics and Control Laboratory
- Impact Dynamics Laboratory
- Instrument and Measurement Systems Laboratory
- Manufacturing Processes Laboratory
- Nanoscience and Engineering Laboratory
- Thermal Fluid Laboratory
Lab Safety Training
Environmental Health and Safety offers two on-line lab safety modules available for faculty, staff, and students to obtain appropriate lab safety training in the following subject matters:
- Comprehensive Lab Safety Training
- Biosafety/ Bloodborne Pathogens
EHS will manage on-line trainee documentation with a spreadsheet attached to this Google Form program. So we will have a running list of who has signed up and who has passed the quiz. The training is password protected for UMD students, staff, faculty only. EHS will offer certificates for anyone who has successfully passed the associated lab safety quiz.
EHS and CECS will still offer classroom sessions, as we always have. We encourage anyone who needs lab safety training immediately, to take the appropriate on-line safety course. We also encourage the same person to take the next scheduled classroom session on the same subject so they can re-affirm what they went through in the on-line course. Personal interaction with a trainer is beneficial, especially if you have a question or are not clear on the training material.