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The Multi-Function Dynamics Laboratory was established in 2006 by Director Elizabeth K. Ervin. It is now located in Brevard Hall, Room 32. The graduate student office in Brevard Hall, Room 55. Come and visit sometime!
This lab's equipment is used for both research and education. Supporting research in several fields, the laboratory is truly multi-functional and interdisciplinary. It is also used to support freshmen introductory courses as well as 500- and 600-level graduate courses in the School of Engineering curriculum. The lab additionally serves for research experiences for undergraduate students and demonstrative experiences for younger students or unfamiliar professionals.
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