Engineering Center

The Engineering Center at CU-Boulder is located at the corner of Colorado Avenue and Regent Drive, where it marks the eastern gateway to the Boulder campus. The center comprises 660,000 square feet of classrooms, computing facilities, faculty offices, and research laboratories in an architecturally distinctive and thoroughly modern building. The center is home to the nation's largest geotechnical centrifuge, ion-implantation and microwave-propagation facilities, several clean rooms, low-turbulence wind tunnels, spectrometers, electron and other microscopes, and a structural analysis facility.

1111 Engineering Drive, Boulder, CO 80309

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Nonlinear Waves Seminar - Dionyssis Mantzavinos

Dionyssis Mantzavinos, Department of Mathematics, University of Kansas Focusing NLS with Nonzero Boundary Conditions and the Nonlinear Stage of Modulational...

4/7 4pm
Collin West: "Stranger than Fiction? The Truth and Myth of Quantum Technologies"

The prospect of new computing technologies based on quantum physics looms large over a wide array of fields, with particular implications for encryption and...

4/8 4:30pm
Commercialization Academy: License or Startup?

Is there a formula for deciding whether to start a company with your tech? How do you chose the most profitable path? Learn about the risks and rewards of...

4/13 11:45am
CU Engineering Homecoming Tailgate

Join The College of Engineering and Applied Science as we welcoming our engineering alumni back to campus to cheer on our Colorado Buffaloes at our third...


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