What is SEMTE: School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy?
SBHSE Website: https://semte.engineering.asu.edu/
The School for the Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy is one of seven schools in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. SEMTE specializes in providing education for aerospace engineering, chemical engineering, materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering, solar energy engineering and commercialization.
The Barry M. Goldwater Center for Science and Engineering, located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Tyler and McAllister Malls, was built in 1992. The building is shared by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
The Goldwater Center contains faculty offices and classrooms, as well as research and instructional labs for bioengineering, chemical and materials engineering, chemistry, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering and physics.
The Goldwater Center is also home to several important research centers. It houses the Eyring Materials Center (EMC), facilities for ion beam analysis and Connection One, a National Science Foundation industry/university research cooperative in communication circuits and systems.
Seating Capacity: 41
Usage: SEMTE Specific Course Requirements
This classroom is located on the 4th floor of the Goldwater Center for Science and Engineering on ASU’s Tempe Campus. The Computer Lab is only open to Electrical Engineering Power Systems Students Only.
(41) Windows Desktops
The Engineering Center is an Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering research and instruction facility. The Engineering Center is a group of buildings connected by shared courtyards and hallways. It is bordered on the north by Tyler Mall, on the west by Palm Walk, and on the south by Orange Street. The Engineering Center is home to research and instructional labs for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the Harrington Bioengineering Program.
The Engineering A Wing was built in 1956. The first floor houses research and instructional labs for civil, electrical, mechanical and aerospace engineering. The G Wing is home to the Center for Research on Education in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology and the engineering student center.