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Engineering Entrepreneurs Lab

The Engineering Entrepreneurs Lab is located in the 2004 EBII suite and provides workspace, tools and equipment for students participating in the Engineering Entrepreneurs Program (EEP). The EEP is open to undergraduate students of multiple grade levels across multiple colleges at NC State University, and is designed as a full-immersion educational environment in which students gain hands-on experience in prototyping and developing a product as well as a company. Students interact and learn from faculty and industry leaders, and develop skills in team leadership, organization, management, and problem solving.

The Engineering Entrepreneurs Lab is composed of three workrooms for project teams, a workshop, and an open workspace area. The workrooms are each used by separate student teams participating in the EEP, and each room provides a dedicated space for the project teams as well as instrumentation and two computer workstations. The workshop contains one computer workstation, a drill press and machining equipment, and a wide assortment of tools for student use. The open workspace provides a common meeting space, a shared printer for all teams, workbenches, and additional storage for tools, components, and equipment.

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The Engineering Entrepreneurs Lab .


Model: Dell Dimension 4600
Processor: Pentium 4 2.8 GHz
RAM: 2048 MB
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Number of Computers: 7
Cadence SPB
Microsoft Office
Microsoft Project
Microsoft Visio
Microsoft Visual Studio
National Instruments LabView
PSpice Student Edition
Visual Slickedit
2 Agilent 54622D 100 MHz Oscilloscope
2 Agilent MSO6012A 100 MHz Oscilloscope
5 Agilent 53220A 20 MHz Function Generator
2 Fluke 111 Handheld Multimeters