Key laboratories, usually specializing in particular areas of research and funded by national and subnational authorities, play a pivotal role in catalyzing breakthroughs in frontier technologies. As one of the foremost research-oriented universities in China, Tongji University has a growing fleet of key laboratories in various disciplines. Building on past success, Tongji actively seeks the trinity of research, development, and industrialization by addressing the international frontier technologies and contributing to sustainable development. The mission of these laboratories is to achieve world recognition and address the gaps in technology and infrastructure development by drawing on Tongji’s unique expertise.

1. State Key Laboratories

1) State Key Laboratory of Disaster Reduction in Civil Engineering

2) State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse

3) State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology

2. Key Laboratories of Ministry of Education

1) MOE Key Laboratory of Road and Traffic Engineering

2) MOE Key Laboratory of Yangtze River Water Environment

3) MOE Key Laboratory of Advanced Civil Engineering Materials

4) MOE Key Laboratory of Embedded System and Service Computing

5) MOE Key Laboratory of Geotechnical and Underground Engineering

6) MOE Key Laboratory of Ecology and Energy-saving Study of Dense Habitat

7) MOE Key Laboratory of Arrhythmia

3. Shanghai Key Laboratories

1) Shanghai Key Laboratory for Development and Application of Metal Functional Materials

2) Shanghai Key Laboratory of Tuberculosis

3) Shanghai Key Laboratory of Special Artificial Microstructure Materials and Technology

4) Shanghai Key Laboratory of Signal Transduction and Disease Research

5) Shanghai Key Laboratory of Vehicle Aerodynamics and Vehicle Thermal Management Systems

6) Shanghai Key Laboratory of Chemical Assessment and Sustainability

7) Shanghai Key Laboratory for Urban Renewal and Space Optimization Technology

4. Other Key Laboratories

1) Key Laboratory of Modern Engineering Survey, National Surveying, and Mapping Geographic Information Bureau

2) Key Laboratory for Wind Resistance of Bridges of the Ministry of Transport

3) Key Research Section of State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine

4) Key Laboratory of Cities’ Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change in Shanghai, China Meteorological Administration (CMACCS)

5) National Engineering Laboratory of New Energy Vehicles and Power Systems