California State University – Fullerton – Fullerton, CA

California State University – Fullerton

800 N State College Blvd
Fullerton, CA 92831

Maximum of 48 students will be enrolled.

This is a commuter site.

CONGRATULATIONS! Engineering Innovation Spaghetti Bridge Record set at CSU Fullerton in 2018!

A bridge built by Andrew W., Ian G., Eddie S., and Justin K. held 95 kgs (209 lbs) before failing!  This bridge weighed 250 grams, and was 25 cm tall.

Click the link below to read more about the CSU Fullerton 2018 Engineering Innovation Bridge Ceremony!


General Information

    • Course Dates: June 24 – July 19
    • Time:  Monday – Friday; 9 AM – 3 PM
    • No class on Thursday, July 4th
  • Dr. Binod TiwariBTiwari2

    Dr. Tiwari is a Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at California State University – Fullerton.  He has been with the Engineering Innovation since 2008.
    Dr. Pankaj Bhattarai
    Dr. Bhattarai is a Lecturer in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at California State University – Fullerton.  He joined the Engineering Innovation in 2019.

    Minh Vu -has been a part of Engineering Innovation since 2016!

    Mr. Vu is a Project Lead the Way Engineering Instructor at Valley High School, Santa Ana, CA.

    Rachel Kloppenburg – is joining EI for the first time in 2019.
    Ms. Kloppenburg is a math teacher at Costa Mesa High School.

Site Specific Information

  • Class will meet in the Engineering & Computer Science (ECS) Building.  Look for a check-in table starting at 8:30 am.

    Campus Map

  • These companies provide support to CSU-Fullerton EI students:

    Edison Internation Raytheon

  • Most days students will have an hour for lunch.  Occasionally the lab schedule will necessitate a shorter lunch break.  The timing of the lunch break may change daily depending upon the schedule, but it will happen between 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM.


  • Students will need to purchase their own parking passes from the CSUF parking office.

  • The Pollak Library is open to CSUF students, faculty, staff, and the general public.  The general public’s access to some services and electronic resources may be restricted.  Individuals violating the Library Code of Conduct may be denied access to the library.


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