Cezeri Lab is a fabrication laboratory named after Ismail El Cezeri, the so called "Father of Robotics". This laboratory provides access to the environment, skills, materials and advanced technology to allow anyone anywhere to make almost anything. The laboratory consists of several FDM 3D printers, DLP/SLA 3D printer, 3D scanner, CNC router, table lathe machine, circuit board plotter and many other useful devices and machines.
Also, this lab is used as a Physics laboratory. Physics laboratory aims to introduce the experiments related to mechanics such as one and two-dimensional motion, Newton laws, energy, rotational motion to undergraduate students. In the physics lab, students perform some experiments and laboratory exercises. They have the opportunity to practice their theoretical physics knowledge in the physics tutorial room which allows them to figure out physics concepts on their own. They also gain experience in performing procedures, collecting data, analyzing data, answering questions, and thinking of new questions to explore.
The physics laboratory includes the PASCO Comprehensive Physics Starter System, which enables us to conduct experiments with Optics Experiment Set, mechanic (static-dynamic) Experiments Set, Thermodynamic Experiments Set, and Wave Experiments Set.