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  • Take A Tour | Engineering
    Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Take A Tour Home Take A Tour There are a variety of free tours of Stanford many held daily for visitors Campus walking tours are led by trained student guides who are knowledgeable about the Stanford campus and student

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  • How to get here | Engineering
    How to get here By Public Transportation On weekdays we strongly encourage the use of our Marguerite shuttle system Stanford cares about environmental sustainability parking is at a premium and the easiest way to find us is via the Marguerite If you arrive by CalTrain at the University Avenue main Palo Alto station take the Marguerite X line and disembark at the corner of Panama St and Via Ortega By Car If you drive to campus on a weekday your best bet is to either park in the metered or visitor pay lots bring lots of quarters or purchase a one day parking pass The metered lots are enforced 8 a m to 4 p m M F and the A C or Z lots are enforced 6 a m to 4 p m M F You are free to park in these areas after enforcement hours from 4 p m on and on the weekend at no charge Please note that visitors cannot park in student lots which are enforced 24 hours a day 7 days a week The university s visitor parking services can help with maps and permits From 280 Heading South Exit at Alpine Road East Turn right onto Junipero Serra At the first traffic light turn left onto Campus Drive West Turn right onto Panama Street The parking structure and parking lot are on Panama Street at Via Ortega Heading North Exit at Page Mill Road East Turn left at Junipero Serra At the third light turn right onto Campus Drive West Follow Campus Drive West past Santa Teresa Street as it curves around toward the hospital Turn right onto Panama Street The parking structure and parking lot are on Panama Street at Via Ortega From 101 Take the Embarcadero Road Exit Follow exit signs

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  • Parking | Engineering
    For Students Alumni Companies Faculty Staff Departments Aeronautics and Astronautics Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Parking Home Visit Parking The nearest parking to the Science and Engineering Quad is Parking Structure 2 located on the corner of Panama Street and Via Ortega Avenue Pay parking is available on the ground level Parking Tips You may park free of charge in any A or C parking lot on the weekend Do not park in the residential lots where parking is enforced 24 hours day Visitor parking will have either a meter at the parking space or a permit vending machine located in the parking lot Coins are necessary for meters pay machines generally accept currency coins and credit cards There is a two hour limit at meters unless displaying a permit issued from vending machine For parking near the Stanford Visitor Center see the Visitor Map For all campus parking see the Parking and

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  • Find a Department | Engineering
    Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Find a Department Home Visit Find a department Aeronautics and Astronautics Stanford University Durand Building 496 Lomita Mall Stanford CA 94305 4035 Info 650 723 3317 Bioengineering Stanford University Clark Center Room S170 318 Campus Drive Stanford CA 94305 5444 Info 650 736 2254 Chemical Engineering Stanford University Stauffer Building III 381 North South Mall Stanford CA 94305 5025 Info 650 723 4906 Fax 650 723 9780 Civil and Environmental Engineering Stanford University Jerry Yang Akiko Yamazaki Environment Energy Building 473 Via Ortega Room 314 MC 4020 Stanford CA 94305 Info 650 723 3074 Fax 650 725 8662 Computer Science Stanford University 353 Serra Mall Stanford CA 94305 9025 Info 650 723 2273 Fax 650 725 7411 Electrical Engineering Stanford University David Packard Building 350 Serra Mall Stanford CA 94305 9505 Mail code 9505 Info 650 723 3931 Fax 650 723 1882 Management Science and Engineering Stanford University Huang Engineering Center 475 Via Ortega Stanford CA 94305 4121 Mail code 4026 Info

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  • Where to eat | Engineering
    Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Where to eat Home Visit Where to eat All eateries are open to students faculty staff and visitors All establishments accept major credit cards though the vending machine is cash only Eateries welcome catered orders for events held on the Stanford campus Bytes Café Packard Electrical Engineering Building ground floor 350 Serra Mall Stanford CA 94305 Phone 650 736 0456 Hours Monday Friday 7 30 a m 5 00 p m Cuisine gourmet and healthy selections such as salads pasta soup pizza and international fare Menu Coupa Café Y2E2 ground floor 473 Via Ortega Mall Stanford CA 94305 Phone 650 331 1132 Hours Monday Friday 7 30 a m 5 30 p m Cuisine Finest mountain grown single estate coffees from Venezuela traditional Venezuelan white cornmeal griddle cakes arepas filled with a variety of savory products breakfast pastries crepes salads panini and other gourmet foods Menu Coupa Express Huang Engineering Center ground floor Street Address 475 Via Ortega Stanford CA 94305 Hours Monday Friday 8 30 a m 5 30 p m Cuisine Snacks grab and

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  • Tours and special exhibits | Engineering
    Innovation Info For Students Alumni Companies Faculty Staff Departments Aeronautics and Astronautics Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Tours and special exhibits Home Visit Tours and special exhibits The Science and Engineering Quad is a popular destination for visitors situated on an east west axis with the historic Main Quad If you plan to visit Stanford soon we encourage you to schedule a tour in advance to learn more about the the quad s sustainable architecture and the ground breaking research that takes place inside these unique buildings Group tours may be arranged by submitting an email to seq services stanford edu We also encourage you to discover the quad at your leisure for a guide to the highlights of each building please download the SEQ Tour Brochure You can also see each building s energy consumption in real time Jen Hsun Huang Building Dashboard Y2E2 Building Dashboard Spilker Building Dashboard Huang Engineering Center

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  • Facilities Directory | Engineering
    Department Mechanical Engineering Thermosciences Location 452 Escondido Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Building 524 Department Civil Environmental Engineering Environmental Fluids Laboratory EFL Location 481 Panama Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Building 530 Department Mechanical Engineering Rapid Prototyping Lab RPL Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing AIM Location 452 Escondido Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Building 540 Department Civil and Environmental Engineering Blume Earthquake Center Location 439 Panama Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Building 550 Peterson Laboratory Building Department Hasso Plattner Institute for Design at Stanford Mechanical Engineering Design Group Location 416 Escondido Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Building 560 Department Mechanical Engineering Center for Design Research CDR Location 424 Panama Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Building 570 Department High Temperature Gasdynamics Laboratory HTGL Location 438 Panama Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Clark Center Department Bioengineering Location 318 Campus Drive Stanford CA 94305 View Map Durand Building Department Aero Astro Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering SCPD Location 496 Lomita Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Gates Computer Science Department Computer Science Location 353 Serra Mall Stanford CA 94305 9025 View Map Hewlett Teaching Center Department Classrooms Location 370 Serra Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Jen Hsun Huang Engineering Center Department Location 475 Via Ortega Stanford CA 94305 View Map Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building Y2E2 Department Civil Environmental Engineering Woods Institute Precourt Institute Global Climate and Energy Project GCEP Location 473 Via Ortega Stanford CA 94305 View Map Keck Building Department Chemical Engineering Location 329 North South Axis Stanford CA 94305 View Map McCullough Building Department Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials GLAM Location 476 Lomita Mall Stanford CA 94305 View Map Mechanical Engineering Research Lab Department Mechanical Engineering Research Lab MERL Location 447 Santa Teresa St Stanford CA 94305 View

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  • Stanford research suggests football helmet tests may not account for concussion-prone actions | Engineering
    cause the Jell O to deform even further The same is true for the brain moving within the skull Camarillo said It s possible that injury happens when the head whips back and accelerates the brain in one direction right as the brain is starting to go in the opposite direction Stanford research suggests that current football helmet tests may miss concussion prone actions The researchers are testing a new apparatus consisting of a dummy head mounted on a biofidelic neck that they hope will simulate more realistic field impacts Photo L A Cicero Stanford News Service Camarillo s team first set out to determine what degree of oscillation is dangerous The researchers fed pre existing MRI data into a computer model of the brain and found that the brain s relative motion is amplified when the head oscillates at 15 20 Hz completing a single back and forth motion in about 50 milliseconds They compared this to field data of sports related head impacts which they had collected during the past several years from Stanford football players who wear mouthguards instrumented with accelerometers and found that players frequently experienced head oscillations in the 20 Hz range We know that if the head shakes at that frequency the brain starts to rattle more violently said Kaveh Laksari a postdoctoral scholar in Camarillo s lab and first author on the paper So we have this mechanical system that exhibits a dangerous mode of motion and then we find that the in game impacts excite it at that frequency or something close to it This introduces a fresh viewpoint on the possible cause of repetitive brain trauma We need to keep that in mind when we re designing protective equipment Testing the test The standard test for every football helmet used in the NFL or NCAA involves a guillotine like device that drops a helmet clad dummy head from multiple heights to approximate various impact magnitudes But when Fidel Hernandez a Stanford doctoral candidate in mechanical engineering began comparing results from this drop test to what Camarillo s group had observed in the field it was like looking at two different data sets High rotational velocities which are thought to induce brain strain and have been predictive of concussions were observed in the field impacts but not the drop tests And while field data showed rotational head motions in the 15 20 Hz range drop tests generated much faster 100 Hz movements Similarly rotational accelerations were substantially less in certain drop tests Drop testing was also unable to produce accelerations across the full six degrees of freedom spectrum of directions observed in field impacts directions Camarillo s group has previously shown are important factors in an injury The problem with having a model that doesn t re create what players actually experience in the field is that you could optimize a helmet to perform well in the drop test that unintentionally performs poorly in the field said Hernandez who was lead author

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