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.
Mechanical Engineering Project Laboratory (ME Proj Lab)
Laboratory of Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer (FDHT Lab)
Laboratory of Information Engineering (IE Lab)
Electronics Laboratory (Elec Lab)
Optics Laboratory (Optics Lab)
Mathematics Laboratory (Math Lab)
Mathematics labs sessions are activities using computer and scientific software. The themes of the sessions range from illustrate or deepen a point of the Math course to the study of problems arising from other sciences. Students will, for example, use graphical representations to guess by themselves the different steps of the demonstration of the famous Stirling formula or do image compression using decomposition into singular values and reduction of real symmetric matrix.
The Mathematic laboratory has 27 workstations equipped with computers. Student can perform numerical computation, symbolic computation and graphic representations.
The room is designed to be modular and allow various uses. The space can be organized for individual or group work and the laboratory can be used both for practical sessions, as well as for projects, tutorials and lessons.
Laboratory or research centre cooperative with others institutes
State Key Laboratory of Mechanical System and Vibration-School of Mechanical Engineering
Institute of automotive engineering
State Key Laboratory of Advanced Optical Communication Systems and Networks-School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering