Facilities

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is the largest department in the College of Engineering and as such occupies portions of many buildings across campus. In addition to the major facilities listed below, members of ECE can be found in Page Hall and Burlington Labs on Main Campus, as well as Research I on Centenntial Campus.

Page Hall
Research 1
Burlington Hall
Page Hall
Research I
Burlington Labs

Engineering Building II

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Engineering Building II
Centennial Campus
Built in 2005

Engineering Building II was dedicated in April 2006. As the flagship building on Centennial Campus for the College of Engineering, it houses the departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and of Computer Science.

Ground was broken on the building in October 2004. The building was completed in the summer of 2005 with classes being taught there beginning in the Fall semester that year.

Built with funds from a November 2000 bond referendum, Engineering Building II is the most advanced teaching and research complex at the university.







Monteith Engineering Research Center

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Monteith Engineering Research Center
Centennial Campus
Built in 1996

Completed in 1996, the 138,000-square-foot Monteith Engineering Research Center houses some of the most sophisticated research facilities on Centennial Campus. A complex of two buildings, Monteith features a wide range of state-of-the-art technology, from special "clean-rooms" for creating and analyzing nanoscale microelectronic devices to the adjoining Constructed Facilities Laboratory, which contains some of the largest testing equipment in the nation.

Originally named the Engineering Graduate Research Center, the building, designed by architects at O'Dell Associates, was renamed in 2005 to honor former Chancellor Larry K. Monteith.

See photos from the Monteith Dedication Ceremony





FREEDM at Keystone Science Center

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FREEDM at Keystone Science Center
Centennial Campus
Built in 2010

Privately developed and constructed building to accommodate a combination of office and laboratory space.

The FREEDM ERC moved into the new 20,000-square-foot Keystone Science Center on Friday, June 11, 2010. This new center home includes ERC offices, computer laboratory, library, and power electronics, energy storage, and motor drive laboratories, as well as a Real Time Digital Simulator lab and the 1MW FREEDM System demonstration hub.