Just 4 (of the many) labs where you’ll access the latest and greatest tech

Two students work in circuits lab

Future engineers know that doing the job right requires the skillful use and knowledge of the right tools. 

At Case Western Reserve University’s Case School of Engineering, you’ll access all the latest high-tech equipment to satisfy your curiosity, sharpen your skills, and graduate as a capable and confident engineer. 

Roger E. Susi Laboratory

  • Home to the Roger E. Susi First-Year Engineering Experience course, which focuses on hands-on individual and team projects, combined with data analysis and programming instruction. 
  • Open to all first-year engineering students  

Sears Undergraduate Design Lab

  • Fully-stocked component inventory and printed circuit board service, and 24/7 access to state-of-the art test equipment. 
  • Supports undergraduate projects by helping to purchase parts and design or order printed circuit boards.

Kevin Kranzusch Gaming, Simulation, and Visualization Lab

  • Fully stocked lab with 20 Alienware PCs with Nvidia 1080GTX GPUs, an Oculus Rift and HoloLens development room, and an iOS and Android mobile App development room. 
  • Used by the Case Esports Club, which is open to casual and competitive gamers.

Sears think[box]

  • Seven stories tall—the largest open-access makerspace and innovation center at any university in the nation.
  • Stocked with equipment ranging from 3D printers to laser cutters, table saws, drill presses and more, offering all the tools—and the expertise—you need to turn your vision into a reality.

With the skills CWRU engineers gain in these labs (and many more), it’s no surprise they graduate in high demand by employers like Apple, Amazon, Google, Siemens and more.

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