The 123,000-square-foot building can house up to 20 faculty and researchers and 100
graduate students. The research center contains specialized laboratories, a clean
room, an imaging suite, advanced information technology equipment and faculty offices.
In addition, two high-tech seminar rooms, one seating 125 people and another seating
40, are available for research conferences and special seminars. The spacious, central
atrium provides a welcoming environment for researchers and visitors to interact.
An Exceptional Opportunity
The HRC places the OSU College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology in a unique
position to conduct world-class education, research and technology development and
transfer in advanced materials of strategic importance to our nation.
Four research focus areas have been identified for the HRC by industry leaders in
and around Tulsa, with MSE as the overall umbrella:
Materials for Energy Technologies
Bio-Materials for Medical Technologies
Advanced Materials for Aerospace
Materials for Electronics and Control Technologies
Tulsa-based industry leaders also identified "materials" as the "core" discipline
at the HRC.
We have outstanding faculty, students, research facilities for advanced characterization
of materials, and dedicated staff to help you achieve your goals as you interact with
our center and us.