- Anderson Hall: Anderson Hall located on College Avenue
(across from Memorial Steps) is considered the hub of the School of Engineering.
It contains the Dean's Administration Offices, Burden Lounge, the Department of
Civil and Environmental Engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Nelson Auditorium, the Engineering Project Development Center (EPDC), the
Scientific Visualization Center, several classrooms, teaching and research
laboratories, and faculty and graduate student offices.
- Halligan Hall: Halligan Hall is located on College Avenue
(adjacent to Cousen's Gym) and is the home of the Department of Computer Science
and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. It houses classrooms,
computer laboratories, and research laboratories, and faculty and graduate student
- Science and Technology Center @ 4 Colby St: Located near
the intersection of Harvard and Boston Avenue, the Science and Technology Center
houses state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratories for Department of
Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering,
including the Tissue Engineering Research Center (TERC). Tufts Gordon Institute,
a Scanning Probe Microscope, and a machine shop are also located here, as well
as classrooms, departmental offices, and faculty and graduate student offices.
- Advanced Technology Labs
@ 200 Boston Avenue: Located a half mile north of campus sits the
Advanced Technology Laboratory, an interdisciplinary research facility where
science and various engineering disciplines collaborate to work on complex
problems. The ATL houses a clean room for teaching undergraduates micro-fabrication
processes, and is the hub of the soft-bodied robot research on campus.
- Bray Laboratory: Located behind Anderson Hall at 504 Boston
Avenue, Bray Laboratory houses a machine shop, undergraduate teaching labs,
research and CAD laboratories for the Mechanical Engineering Department.
- Curtis Hall (basement): Located on the corner of College
Ave and Boston Ave, underneath the Brown & Brew coffee shop is the Center
for Engineering Educational Outreach, including the Robotics Academy and the Student
Teacher Outreach Mentoring Program (STOMP).
Computing facilities within the School of Engineering supplement university-wide
resources and have specific applications for engineering and computer science
coursework and to support research and student assignments. Generally, these computing
facilities are open to all students needing access to them and operate either on a set
schedule or with keypad access.
- Scientific Visualization Facility (Anderson first floor)
- Anderson Hall computing labs
- Halligan Hall computer labs
- CEAS - CS and ECE Systems Group (Halligan first floor)
- Multimedia Lab (Halligan, first floor)
Research Laboratories and Centers
Dozens of research laboratories and interdisciplinary centers are housed within
Tufts School of Engineering. A complete list is available on
General University Facilities
- Information Technology,
delivers information technologies to the Tufts community that facilitate teaching,
learning, research, administration, and outreach
- Tisch Library,
provides services and resources to Tufts community