Core Laboratory Facilities

The Environmental Engineering Core Facility is located in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department within UW-Madison‘s College of Engineering (COE).

Additional Core laboratories on the COE/UW-Madison campus are shown below.

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Water Science and Engineering Laboratory (WSEL)

The Water Science and Engineering Laboratory (WSEL) is a multidisciplinary facility devoted to research and graduate training. WSEL is administered by the College of Engineering (COE) in collaboration with other campus colleges. Researchers affiliated with COE, the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS), the College of Letters and Science (LS), and others conduct research in WSEL. Collaborative projects frequently bring scientists and engineers from the WI DNR, the US Geological Survey, the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, industry, and other universities to WSEL.

Trout Lake Station - Boulder Junction, WI

Trout Lake Station (TLS) is a year-round field station operated by the UW’s Center for Limnology

Machine Shop - aka TEAM Lab

The College of Engineering Technical Education and Manufacturing Lab (TEAM Lab) is a 13,791 square foot facility located in the Engineering Centers Building on the University of Wisconsin campus. The TEAM Lab provides University of Wisconsin engineering faculty, staff, and students with the majority of the tools and equipment found in a modern machine shop. The lab is equipped with both manual and CNC mills and lathes, drill presses, grinders, belt sanders, band saws, and additional equipment used in various educational training/manufacturing operations. The lab also houses a full wood lab, welding lab and sheet metal lab. A staff comprised of both professional instrument makers and trained students are available to assist and educate engineering students engaged in work in the space. These resources are used to support the instructional and research goals of the University of Wisconsin’s College of Engineering.

Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis Center (NIAC)

The Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis Center (NIAC) provides state-of-the-art instrumentation, support facilities, and expert technical assistance for microscopy and microanalysis to support research and education in materials. Additionally, NIAC serves materials science research needs of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the state of Wisconsin, and the nation.

The center is located on the basement floor of the Materials Science and Engineering building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.

UW-Madison Research Cores Directory

Additional laboratories on the UW-Madison campus can be found via the Research Cores Directory.

Environmental Engineering Faculty Pages

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Harrington Group

McMahon Group

Professor Trina McMahon

Professor Trina McMahon

Noguera Group

Professor Dan Noguera

Professor Dan Noguera

Park Group

Professor Jim Park

Professor Jae (“Jim”) Park

Qin Group

Assistant Professor Mohan Qin

Assistant Professor Mohan Qin