Teaching Labs

The Electrical and Computer Engineering curriculum is designed to allow each student the opportunity to gain knowledge and complete comprehension of all concepts in this field. The variety of courses offered ensures that each student is knowledgeable in each facet of electrical and computer engineering and is prepared to handle the demands of an engineering career. In addition to course offerings, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is also able to see that these demands are met by maintaining teaching labs, technical support staff, modern computing equipment, and industry standard software.

The primary purpose of the teaching labs is to provide students with the necessary resources to study electrical and computer engineering. They also provide students with experience using specialized equipment and software they will encounter in industry.

Details on the layout, equipment, and usage of each lab can be found on our IT Support site:

Troxler Design CenterTroxler Design Center Embedded Systems LabEmbedded Systems Lab Integrated Circuits Design LabIntegrated Circuit Design Lab Microelectronics LabMicroelectronics Lab
Power Electronics LabPower Electronics Lab Analog and Digital Circuits LabAnalog and Digital Circuits Lab Analytical Modeling LabAnalytical Modeling Lab Experimental Circuits LabExperimental Circuits Lab
Mechatronics LabMechatronics Lab Soft Electronics LabSoft Electronics Lab Engineering Entrepeneurs LabEngineering Entrepeneurs Lab Biomedical Instrumentations LabBiomedical Instrumentation Lab
Wireless Networking LabWireless Networking Lab Optical Communications LabOptical Communications Lab

Collaboratories

Modeled after the Office of Information Technology's Flyspace project and the Learning Commons Group Study Areas in D.H. Hill Library, Engineering Collaboratories are specially configured rooms or areas of EOS labs where students and faculty can meet to work on projects together. Designed with technology to support collaborative work and interaction, these learning spaces typically have one or two EOS workstations connected to a 42-inch plasma monitor, with network connections for individual laptops.

The Engineering Collaboratories at Engineering Building IIThe Collaboratory in 1003C EB2 is installed with the following equipment:
  • Two Eos workstations with monitors - Linux and Windows
  • 42-inch Plasma TV monitor
  • Wall-mounted, touch-control Menu Panel
  • Whiteboard
  • Table and chairs
  • Laptop connections
  • Wireless mouse and keyboard

For more on Engineering Collaboratories, visit the web site at Engineering Collaboratories. The room will be open for walk-in usage starting in Spring (reservations will take priority), but for now the EOS Operator in 1203A EB2 will open the door for anyone who makes a reservation this semester.

Reservations may be made here.