The laboratories form an integral part of the curriculum, providing an environment where students reinforce their understanding of the fundamental principles of Electrical Engineering and apply that knowledge in experimental analysis and problem-solving. Facilities range from instructional laboratories to general purpose labs for faculty and undergraduate student research. All are used in the undergraduate program. Many are also used for research and student projects.
Along with engineering design, laboratories are critical in developing the work-oriented skills that are expected of an electrical engineering graduate today. A partial list of laboratory facilities maintained by the Electrical Engineering Program is shown below. You can see a brief description and a list of equipment available in each laboratory below.
|Circuits and Electronics Lab|
|Computer Architecture and VLSI Lab|
|Control Systems Lab|
|Embedded Systems Lab|
|RF/Microwave & Wireless Communications Lab|
Faculty/ Undergraduate Research
|Intelligent Media Processing Lab|
|Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CRoIS Lab)|
|Laboratory for Embedded Control and Optimization|
|Smart Electric Power Systems Lab|
|RF/Microwave and Wireless Communications Lab|