Houses LMIC’s design and fabrication space for rapid prototyping, integrated systems engineering, and industry-focused research and development activities
A comprehensive research lab functioning as the “access point” for SMEs to work with the College to develop, improve, optimize or enhance their industrial material related technologies and methodologies, including green materials, recycling technologies and materials, smart materials and composites.
A comprehensive prototype lab for building prototypes for research purposes. The lab is fully supplied with tools and is supported by 3D printers, CNC units, and the machine shop.
Part of applied research activities in the area of advanced material development. This lab is equipped with many different facilities to perform various tests including tensile, tear, elongation, Melt Flow Index (MFI), Rheology Dynamic Analyzer (RDA) and FTIR for films.
Dedicated to the use of polymer and biodegradable materials and advanced manufacturing technologies.
Site of ongoing research in energy generation and storage technologies including: spectography, chromatography, storage cycle characterization and fuel cell testing equipment
Used to carry out maintenance, diagnostic, configuration and calibration of various measurement and indicating instrumentation (pneumatic, analog, digital, etc.) in a variety of replicated industrial settings.
Centre for research in renewable energy resource management and optimization and serves as a showcase for solar photovoltaic and solar thermal energy, geothermal heating, and a sophisticated energy management system. The Sustainable Smart House serves as a research laboratory for new projects in testing, optimization, and validation of the performance of prototype and commercial solar panels, electrolyzers, hydrogen-storage vessels, hydrogen fuel cells, and other renewable energy system components.