NEWS ALERT — University of Oklahoma is now part of the xGEL LabMate family. Read more...
News Release - Immediate Publication 7/19/2011
Good News - University of Oklahoma is now a member of the xGEL LabMate family!
University of Oklahoma, Associate Professor, Amy Cerato, Ph.D, PE took delivery in July of a complete xGEL LabMate platform and says it will be a great addition to their soils lab, indicating that the students need a simple interface for the basic soils tests and that with all the complexity of other software out there, the intuitive xGEL LabMate interface is refreshing to see.
About University of Oklahoma Geotechnical Engineering: University of Oklahoma has an outstanding geotechnical program, and its graduates are eagerly sought out by major corporations. The University of Oklahoma's Geotechnical Engineering Program faculty teaches and performs research in various avenues of unsaturated soil mechanics, foundation engineering, constitutive modeling, geosynthetic applications, rock mechanics, clay mineralogy, engineering geology and pavement design.
About xGEL LabMate
xGEL LabMate makes it easy to electronically collect and report data for the Big 5 tests (Moisture Content, LL, PL, -200, and Dry Unit Weight) done in the traditional geotechnical laboratory. Our electronic data software generates data in various easy-to-read and easy-to-access formats that can be used stand-alone or as data collection pre-processors for many 3rd party boring log applications.
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