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    • School of Engineering

      • Kirkbride Hall, Room 101
      • tel: 610-499-4037
      • fax: 610-499-4059

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Facilities, Engineering

With the addition of the 51,000-square-foot Kirkbride Hall wing, Widener's School of Engineering boasts one of the most technologically advanced learning centers in the country. Highlights include high-end computer workstations, project rooms, and teaching labs. Advanced lab facilities are available to engineering students for problem solving and project activities.

Our engineering laboratory facilities include:  

  • Aero Design
  • Artificial Kidney
  • Bartholomew
  • Biomedical 1
  • Biomedical 2
  • Electric Circuits
  • Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Research
  • Electronics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Machine Shop
  • Medical Imaging & Brain Computer Interface
  • Micro-Computer
  • Microfluidic
  • NanoBiology
  • Nano-Porous Materials
  • Nero and Ortho Biomechanics
  • Senior Projects
  • Sensors/Instrumentation
  • Signal/Image Processing
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Solid Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics/Heat Transfer
  • Undergraduate EE Research
  • Unit Operations 1
  • Unit Operations 2
  • Water Treatment

Our engineering instrumentation includes:

3d printer3-Dimensional Printer

The School of Engineering recently acquired a personal 3-dimensional printer. Engineering students now have the ability to produce detailed prototypes made of durable monochrome plastic of their conceptual 3-dimensional technical drawings.
Watch a video about the 3-dimensional printer





gas sorption analyzerAutomated Gas Sorption Analyzer

The automated gas sorption analyzer, located in Kirkbride Hall’s biomedical engineering laboratory, is a fully computerized and automated instrument, capable of measuring surface area and pore textural properties. It can also measure the adsorption capacity of any gas in a wide range of temperatures. It is useful in the research of nanoporous materials and their applications, including gas separation and storage, electrode materials, catalysis, and other biomedical applications.


fluorescence microscopeInverted Fluorescence Microscope

Engineering’s inverted fluorescence microscope is a critical tool for cutting-edge research in biomedical engineering, biology, and medical and pharmaceutical sciences. Its fluorescent imaging component makes our microscope ideal for studying the interaction of fluorescence protein molecules in living cells and tissues. This microscope is available for use by engineering students interested in live cell imaging involved in various biomedical applications.