Faculty, students, and researchers in electrical engineering and related areas have numerous opportunities to collaborate and meet.

  • Applied Mechanics Colloquium

    Weekly colloquium series featuring top mechanical engineering faculty and researchers from national and international institutions. The Applied Mechanics Colloquium is held every Wednesday at 4pm in MD G115.

  • MSME Social

    Monthly social for Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering students, researchers, faculty, and affiliates. The MSME Social is held one Friday per month at 5pm in Buckminster Cafe (LISE).

  • Winston Chen Lecture Series

    Annual lecture series featuring materials science and mechanical engineering scholars from across the globe. To see a history of the Winston Chen Lecture Series at Harvard, click here.

Affiliated Activities

  • ABCD Group

    The ABCD Group is an informal association of system managers, programmers, researchers, students, administrators, and faculty at Harvard University and its affiliated institutions in the Boston area. The group's primary objective is to promote communication over a broad range of computer-related topics and issues.

  • Center for Nanoscale Systems

    The Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS), formerly known as the Center for Imaging and Mesoscale Structures (CIMS), was created by FAS in 1999 to assist and support the research community of Harvard University researchers and collaborators.

  • iMechanica

    The mission of iMechanica is to use the Internet to enhance communication among mechanicians to pave a way to evolve online all knowledge of mechanics. iMechanica is hosted on a server at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.  Volunteers--mechanicians just like you--serve as architects and moderators. iMechanica is free: writers are free to post, and readers are free to read.

  • Materials Research Science and Engineering Center

    The Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) at Harvard is one of eleven such centers sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The Center is the focus of interdisciplinary research at the University.

  • Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center

    The Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center (NSEC) is a collaboration among Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of California at Santa Barbara and the Museum of Science in Boston with participation by Delft University of Technology (Netherlands), the University of Tokyo (Japan), Brookhaven National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Sandia National Laboratory.

  • The Rowland Institute

    The Rowland Institute at Harvard is dedicated to experimental science over a broad range of disciplines. Current research is carried out in physics, chemistry, and biology, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary work and the development of new experimental tools.

  • Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University

    The mission of the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University is to discover the engineering principles that nature uses to build living things and to harness this knowledge to create biologically inspired materials, devices, and control technologies for medical and non-medical applications.