Testing Services

Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Graduate Engineering Center

The 90,000-square-foot graduate building houses the automotive engineering graduate program and is the center for systems integration research activities as well as faculty, student, staff offices and conference facilities. The industry-focused and interdisciplinary program utilizes facilities that include full vehicle and engine/powertrain testing. In addition, visiting industry partner offices and visiting faculty offices provide comfortable space for our partners.

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CU-ICAR Component Testing Laboratory

Industrial-scale laboratories and testing facilities are accessible for commercial use to companies and professionals for applied R&D on new technology. Thanks to world-class partners, the campus houses more than $12 million in state-of-the-art full-vehicle, component and material testing facilities and equipment.

 

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