Cutting-edge laboratories and facilities
The department maintains several well-equipped laboratories for both teaching and research.
Labs are available evenings and weekends for students when
the building is open.
A 24/7 access internet cafe is also available for students
to meet and work.
EE Circuits Learning Center (room 234) - This studio laboratory/classroom has tables and chairs for 32 students and 18 workstations with computers, oscilloscopes, function generators, power supplies, ProtoBoards and a Digital Multimeter. Lab classes held in this room include EE 188L (Electrical Engineering I circuits), EE 364 lab (Electromagnetics I), EE 458 lab (Automatic Controls), and EE 484 lab (Power Electronics). Some stations are equipped with specialized equipment used for EE 458 and EE 484. When laboratories are not being held, this room can be used for small lecture classes.
EE Logic Learning Center (room 235) - This studio laboratory/classroom has tables and chairs for 32 students and
18 workstations with computers, mixed signal oscilloscopes, function generators,
power supplies, Logic Trainers, and a Digital Multimeter. Lab classes held
in this room include EE 110L (Digital Logic), EE 215
lab (Microprocessors), EE 310 lab (Fundamentals of Computer Engineering), and EE 410 lab (Embedded Control). When
laboratories are not being held, this room can be used for small lecture
for Information Network Dynamics (room 249 & 249A) - These rooms contain grant funded research in wireless networks for ecosystem sensors deployed in three forests and the Southwest Experimental Garden Array.
Junior and Senior Projects Laboratory (room 237) - This room is equipped with 10 workstations and supports the junior and senior projects in Design4Practice. A variety of equipment is available for use in this room, including mixed signal oscilloscopes, a mixed domain oscilloscope, function generators, digital multimeters and various power supplies. This room is headquarters to the IEEE student group.
Advanced Projects Laboratory (room 248) - This room is equipped with power equipment that is used in conjunction with EE 401 (Power Systems) and EE 499 (Electric Drives).
Advanced Computation Laboratory (room 250) - This room has 8 desks and 3 tables and support graduate students and undergraduate students working on computer-oriented projects. This room has a conferencing space that is used by tutors and graduate TA's to assist students.
Image Processing Laboratory (room 251) - This room has computers and cameras to support image processing research.