Locate us on the Danforth Campus

Brauer Hall

BME lab

BME teaching lab

EECE lab

The Nano Research and Environmental Laboratory (NREF) and Jens Lab is shared research, and educational environment. 

Brauer 12, distance learning classroom

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Green Hall

ESE classroom

The Collaboration Room on the second floor is an open study space and also used for events.

Rodin Classroom

Lan Yang's micro/nano photonics lab. Yang is the Edwin H. & Florence G. Skinner Professor.

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Jubel Hall

Jubel Hall is the new home of the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science.

MEMS lab

Jubel Hall classroom
Common study space

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Lopata Hall

Lopata Hall is home to Undergraduate Engineering Student Services, Graduate Student Services, the Sever Institute and the Technology & Leadership Center. Lopata is located near the Olin Library on the Danforth Campus.

Lopata Gallery is an open space for students to study and eat. 

Lopata Hall is home to both Undergraduate Student Services and Graduate Student Services where students can receive academic advising and support.

Vertigo is an annual dance party hosted by EnCouncil. It is the second most attended event on campus! Each year’s Vertigo has a different theme, with some past themes being Urban, Old-School Video Games, Inferno, Construction and Space.

Stanley’s Sushi & Tea House offers students a chance to grab a healthy meal and boba tea while studying in the gallery.

Want to see more? Take a look at past activities in Lopata Gallery:


McKelvey Hall

McKelvey Hall is home to the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and support Washington University’s data science efforts.

The research neighborhoods replace traditional walls with open spaces and moveable partitions, bringing together collaborative groups while maintaining maximum flexibility for the changing needs of cutting-edge research.

McKelvey Hall Café

Study and lounge area with a view of Ann and Andrew Tisch Park

The name McKelvey has a long history and bright future in engineering's role at Washington University in St. Louis. Learn more:


Urbauer Hall

Urbauer Hall has research laboratories and classrooms, including the Machine Shop and the Engineering Communication Center.

The Engineering Communication Center and multiple computing labs and classrooms are located in Urbauer.

Computing labs

 


Whitaker Hall

Home to the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Whitaker Hall is located near the northeast corner of WashU's Danforth Campus.

Whitaker Hall Atrium

Whitaker Auditorium

One of the many labs located in Whitaker Hall

A glimpse of Lori Setton's lab. Setton is the Department Chair and Lucy & Stanley Lopata Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering.

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Shared spaces

The Washington University School of Medicine is just two metro stops away from the East End, or a short bike ride through Forest Park, from the main Danforth Campus.

Hong Chen, assistant professor in biomedical engineering, develops ultrasound techniques for noninvasive, targeted, and personalized brain cancer diagnosis and treatment and for understanding brain functions in her Ultrasound Laboratory on the medical campus.

The medical campus is located in the Central West End, an urban, walkable neighborhood adjacent to Forest Park with metro access, restaurants, hotels and entertainment.

Medical campus

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The majority of the IMSE user facilities are located in the basement of Rudolph Hall (Earth and Planetary Sciences).

IMSE is the home to over 30 scientific instruments with facilities that available for use by researchers from WashU as well as other academic institutions and corporations.

IMSE facilities includes a 14,000 net sq. ft. facility opened in Fall 2013 which includes a nanofabrication facility and a materials characterization facility.

Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (STEM)

Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM)

Institute of Materials Science & Engineering

The Institute of Materials Science & Engineering (IMSE) supports the interdisciplinary field focused on the development and application of new materials with desirable properties and microstructures.