CALCE Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering
1103 Engineering Lab Building
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742

Phone: 301-405-5323 | Fax: 301-314-9269


Planning a Visit?

Parking

The closest available lots to CALCE are:

Here are helpful links to parking accomodations. On-Campus visitor parking is limited and cannot be guaranteed, but metered parking and garages are available off-campus as an option.

Transit

The Shuttle-UM College Park Metro Bus (104) can be taken directly to campus from the College Park - U of MD Metro Station and stops near CALCE at the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel and at Regents Drive Garage.

The following WMATA bus routes stop on the UMD campus near CALCE:

Find a comprehensive map of the WMATA buses that run through Prince George’s County and choose the best route for your trip.

You may also wish to use the interactive UMD Map to plan your visit.

Local Lodging

The Hotel at the University of Maryland 7777 Baltimore Ave. College Park, MD 20740 301-277-7777
College Park Marriott Hotel and Conference Center 3501 University Blvd., East Hyattsville, MD 20783 301-985-7300

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Please contact us, at the above phone number, for any additional questions or concerns about your upcoming visit.

Fundamental Research - Join the CALCE EPS Consortium and participate with a growing number of organizations who fund CALCE research in the design, manufacture, acquisition, and support of electronic products and systems. Members of the Consortium gain access to CALCE internet resources and influence its annual research agenda. Membership requires an initiation fee and an annual membership fee. (membership@calce.umd.edu)
 
Engineering Services - Engage CALCE facilities and staff in engineering services. Contact CALCE Lab Services to request a quotation or to discuss a problem. (services@calce.umd.edu)
 
Professional Development - Engage CALCE in educating your employees. CALCE has developed a broad range of courses designed to help engineers deal with such issues as high-temperature electronics, reliability assurance, accelerated testing, thermal design and management, system cost analysis, and supply chain management. (education@calce.umd.edu)

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