The SJTU-ParisTech Lab Center was founded in 2013, mainly based on the Study-in-Practice method of the French engineering colleges. It caters to actual course schedules in school, trying to foster students’ internationally multi-disciplinarily competitiveness. Lab courses include basic physical, math, computer engineering, and foreign language training. It plays an important role in fostering talented and innovative teaching methods of the school.
The Lab Center has a computer lab, an optics lab, and a voice lab, with a total size of 350 m2. All undergraduate physics, math, and computer lab courses, as well as some of the graduate lab courses, will take place there.
The Computer lab is located in Room E300 in Building C of the Engineering Training Center. It has 29 multi-functional experiment desks, each equipped with a computer, oscilloscope, signal generator, data collection cards, circuit experiment kit, pendulum, etc. All undergraduate lab courses are held there including basic physics, electronics and circuits, computer science, mathematics software, as well as engineering level computer lab courses of computer and information engineering.
The Optics lab is located in Room E202 in Building C of the Engineering Training Center. It has 13 multi-functional experiment desks, each equipped with a computer, angle measuring instrument, Michelson interferometer, and other physical optical equipment. It provides support for undergraduate lab courses in optics, mathematics, and computer science, as well as some of the graduate lab courses.
The Language lab is located in Room 532 in the Xueyuan Building (the Old Xingzheng Building). It is equipped with 31 computers and one server, mainly supporting French and English language courses, as well as some lab courses for mathematics and computer science.
To fully utilize our excellent lab resources, and meet the increasing demand of the school for lab courses, SJTU-ParisTech fixed its base at the Engineering Training Center, while maintaining good partner relations with other schools. Our partner labs include the Engineering Training Center, the Electrical and Electronics Lab Center of the School of Electronics Information and Electrical Engineering, the Lab Center of Mechanical Engineering and Material Analyzing Center of the School of Material Science and Engineering.