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Undergraduate Facilities

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Facilities Available to Undergraduates
In electrical and computer engineering, lab facilities are dedicated to undergraduate instruction; each bench is fully equipped with modern instrumentation and a range of digital data-acquisition and analysis tools. You can do experiments, validate your designs and build your apparatus right in the lab, with access to:
  • Automated data acquisition and control
  • A lab environment integrating MATLAB and PSpice with bench instrumentation using tools such as Labview
  • Modern digital design tools, including VHDL design and simulation environments that let you use programmable logic devices and FPGAs
  • High-volt testing apparatus
  • A high-quality engineering computer and design laboratory that fosters group activity and team-based learning
  • Modern engineering workstations and design environments that use both Unix and the Windows operating systems

Further, these facilities are accessible to our students outside of regularly assigned laboratory sessions, consistent with our supportive learning environment. Our students use these facilities in the evenings and on the weekends to study, collaborate on project work, conduct research or just to hang out with friends.

Research Labs at Clarkson’s Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering
You may find yourself conducting faculty-sponsored research in one of the Coulter School of Engineering’s more than 70 state-of-the-art research labs, which include:

  • Biomedical Signal Analysis Laboratory
  • Dielectrics and High Voltage laboratories
  • International Center for Gravity Materials Science and Applications
  • Advanced Visualization Laboratory
  • Mechatronic Systems Laboratory
  • Microwave Photonics Laboratory
  • Motor Drives and Power Quality Laboratories
  • Micro and Nanoelectronics Laboratory
  • Software Engineering and Enterprise Technologies Laboratory
  • Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP)
  • Center for Quantum Device Technology