Faculty of Engineering Building 2
Faculty of Engineering Building 2, where mechanical engineering laboratories are located, is just north of Yasuda Auditorium, and is conveniently located near the Co-op, the central cafeteria, and other facilities. The old building with four stories above ground and one below is a historical building that withstood the Great Taisho Earthquake. The stair hall retains its Taisho era appearance, while the interior and exterior were renewed in a major renovation in the Heisei era.
Mechanal Design Studio
B2F, Faculty of Engineering Building 8
The Mechano-Design Studio is used for the Comprehensive Exercise in Mechanical Engineering I and II, and also serves as an open store for 4th year students, graduate students, and faculty to provide machining support, including NC machine tools, for research machining. Technical support is also provided for Robocon student formulators, etc.
Mechanal Design Studio Related Exercises
Active Learning Excerise Room
1F, Faculty of Engineering Building 2
This space is used for the Comprehensive Exercises in Mechanical Engineering I and II, exercise critiques, and CAD and computer exercises for the Creative Design Exercises. When not in use for lectures, the room can be used for self-study.
Active Learning Exercise Room Related Exercises
Engineering Bldg. 2 Library
5F, Faculty of Engineering Building 2
The Engineering Bldg. 2 Library is the common home library for not only mechanical engineering but also electrical engineering, precision engineering, and several other departments and majors.
Of the 110,000 volumes in the library's collection, 40,000 are mechanical books, and in particular, the library has journals, papers, and proceedings of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME) from the first issue, and Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) from the 1920s onward.
There is plenty of space for study, and search terminals are available.