The college maintains a number of computer labs and some special purpose software & hardware. These facilities are available to all students and faculty in the college of engineering.
Link to College Computing
The mission of the center is to advance the state-of-the-art technologies in cyber security, wireless networking, and wireless sensor networks.
Link to Center of Cybersecurity and Wireless Innovations
A number of teaching labs are maintained by EECS department.
The AI lab has the Sun Fire V480 server that runs the Sun UNIX operating system Solaris, 10 UNIX Workstation clients, and 3 Windows PCs. There are various application and development software including WEKA, CLISP, MATLAB and gcc/gcc++. The AI lab is used for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Neural Networks courses.
Each workstation in this lab is equipped with a 16-channel HP/Agilent MSO, a full function logic trainer, and a PC. Screen capture software and WinLogiLab are installed on the PC's.
Several courses use the equipment in this room. The stations in this lab are equipped with the following HP/Agilent test equipment: Digital Oscilloscope, Bench type Multimeter, and Arbitrary Waveform Generator. All of the test equipment is linked to the PC using an HPIB bus.
The equipment in this room is used for Electronics I and the Electronics Laboratory course. Each workstation in the lab is equipped with the following HP/Agilent test equipment: Digital Oscilloscope, Bench type Multimeter, and Arbitrary Waveform Generator. All of the test equipment is linked to the PC using an HPIB bus. PSpice is installed and used in this lab. There are 2 Curve Tracers and a RLC Bridge in this room as well.
This teaching lab is used for experiments and testing of transformers and electric machines.
This undergraduate/graduate lab is used for the course Field Programmable Gate Arrays. The workstations in this lab are equipped with mixed signal oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, and FPGA prototype boards with Xilinx and Altera FPGA's.
Each workstation in this lab is equipped with a PC, HP 32-channel logic analyzer, digital oscilloscope, and Signum Systems X86 Emulator System. Schematic capture software is installed on all of the computers.
This lab has stations equipped with Allen-Bradley Compact Logix controllers and I/O modules. Each station also has a DC power supply and a Dell Pentium 4 PC, Rockwell Automation software is used to control and program the PLC's.
A number of laboratories are used for research and may be sponsored or maintained by a research focus group.
The AI lab makes it possible to conduct research that requires a robust and reliable computing platform to facilitate large-scale and compute-intensive simulations, particularly for projects in knowledge and data mining, machine learning, neural networks, and artificial intelligence.
This research lab has a Hardware Communication Simulator and additional workstations for simulation of satellite communications.
This lab is used for research on electronic and optical materials, as well as laser processing of materials. It has a high energy pulsed laser system and a film deposition system.
This undergraduate/graduate Lab is used for the course Field Programmable Gate Arrays. The workstations in this lab are equipped with mixed signal oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, and FPGA prototype boards with Xilinx and Altera FPGA's.
This lab is used for Advanced Networking Research, and the course B-ISDN & ATM Networks. This lab consists of two ATM switches each of 20 giga bits/sec.
This lab is fully equipped to design, build, and test switching power converters up to power levels of 10 KW. It also houses environmental test chambers and specialized battery testing facilities up to 400 volts and 150 amps.
This lab is used for advanced research in Computer Networks, Network Models and Algorithms, Simulation and Modeling of discrete & Continous Systems, and Innovation Management for Accelerated Radical Innovation. This lab has 8 general purpose PC's, 7 Unix workstations, and a network testbed consisting of 25+ PC's in an isolated research network.
Click the link below for details about the research focus groups.
Link to Research Focus Groups