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The first subdivision of the SEL organization is the concept of Functional Unit, or Department. Each department is a standalone unit of the SEL and has full powers on its own internal organization.
The SEL has currently three departments, each department may be further subdivided into Operational Units, or Divisions. Each division represents an ongoing research project or laboratory activity.

SEL Departments:

* CS-1 (Computing Systems)
* ME-1 (Mechanics)
* IS-1 (Integrated Systems)

CS-1 Divisions:
- Mersenne Division
- Safety Division

ME-1 Divisions:
- CNC Division
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The first subdivision of the SEL organization is the concept of Functional Unit, or Department. Each department is a standalone unit of the SEL and has full powers on its own internal organization.
The SEL has currently three departments, each department may be further subdivided into Operational Units, or Divisions. Each division represents an ongoing research project or laboratory activity.

SEL Departments:

* CS-1 (Computing Systems)
* ME-1 (Mechanics)
* IS-1 (Integrated Systems)

CS-1 Divisions:
- Mersenne Division
- Safety Division

ME-1 Divisions:
- CNC Division
Update: the Safety Division of CS-1 is being transformed into a further Department: The Safety Department. Thus the new organigram is:

SEL Departments:

* CS-1 (Computing Systems)
* ME-1 (Mechanics)
* IS-1 (Integrated Systems)
* SA-1 (Safety)

CS-1 Divisions:
- Mersenne Division
- NumberFields Division

ME-1 Divisions:
- CNC Division
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