R. L. Smith Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Building (MEEM)

The MEEM is where you’ll find the Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics. The MEEM, the second-tallest building in the Upper Peninsula, consists of 11 floors with more than 55,000 square feet of laboratory space. It also has large lecture halls on the north side of the building, the Engineering Learning Center on the second floor, and a modern, interactive, and collaborative computer lab, called the Active Learning Center (or The Fishbowl) in the center of first floor.

1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931

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Academic, Research

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Additive Manufacturing: A Breakthrough Technology for Manufacturing

ME-EM Research Seminar Speaker Series proudly presents: Dr. Sofiane Guessasma INRA (France) Abstract: Additive manufacturing (AM) is on its way to become the next industrial revolution. The...

4/22 4 pm
Explore Novel Non-equilibrium Processing Methods for Advanced Manufacturing of Metals

ME-EM Research Seminar Speaker Series proudly presents: Dr. Yalin Dong Department of Mechanical Engineering The University of Akron Abstract: Mechanical properties of metals are largely...

4/26 3 pm

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