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Multidisciplinary Design Program (College of Engineering)
Engineering Programs Building (EPB) Rooms 201-207
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Michigan students are working on exciting design projects that are changing how the world works.
Multidisciplinary design is an engineering design process that incorporates the skills of different concentrators balancing their needs and constraints, via systems engineering, resulting in superior products. A design team requires solid engineering knowledge, hands on experience, teamwork, creativity, and ingenuity to produce the best results.
The Multidisciplinary Design (MD) Program offers student the opportunity to use engineering knowledge to design, build, test, and implement new and interesting projects working with a team of students who bring a variety of academic backgrounds and ways of approaching a problem.
For Information: Shawn Salata, email@example.com
Wilson Student Team Project Center
The Walter E. Wilson Student Team Project Center provides students with dedicated space and facilities for teams to compete nationally.
This 10,000-square-foot center, located behind the François-Xavier Bagnoud Building and adjacent to The Wave Field, represents a $3-million renovation commitment on the part of the College of Engineering, the University of Michigan, and numerous sponsors and donors. A bequest from Walter E. Wilson to the College provided the foundation for this financial support.
The result is a $5-million facility that houses space for design, assembly, machining, electronics, and painting is accessible to students 24-hours a day, seven days a week. A design room, a lecture room and a student lounge round out the center. In all, the Walter E. Wilson Student Team Project Center represents the best in a team learning environment.
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