North Engineering Research Center

The fourth and final phase of the science and engineering complex opened in fall 2013. The four-story building has about 206,000 gross square feet that includes 59 research laboratories, five instructional labs and a 7,000-square-foot clean room. Used nearly entirely by the College of Engineering, the North Engineering Research Center focuses on research in materials characterization and technology, specifically in structural characterization, composite and nanocomposites, coating and corrosion, materials processing, welding and joining, as well as electronic, magnetic and photonic devices.

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