ECSSE Department Laboratories and Facilities

The Department of Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering is housed on the third floor of the Lehman Engineering and Technology Center, in the 340 suite (east side of the building, facing Clyde Morris Boulevard). State-of-the-art labs for the department's research and instruction are also, by and large, located on the Lehman third floor. Lab facilities, described below, support investigation into the breadth of the department's areas of interest: from radio-frequency electronics to development of safety-critical hardware/software systems.

  • Circuits and Electronics
    Introductory courses in electrical engineering and computer engineering, as well as the laboratory component of the electrical engineering course required for all other…
  • Circuits, Sensor, and Instrumentation Laboratory
    The Circuits, Sensors, and Instrumentation Laboratory (CSIL) supports circuit design, fabrication, component testing, and controlled sensor characterization…
  • Cybersecurity and Assured Systems Engineering (CyBASE) Center
    CyBASE hosts a group of researchers composed of faculty members from different programs as well as professionals from different departments at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical…
  • Cybersecurity Engineering Laboratory
    Furnished with state-of-the-art hardware and software to permit for participation in cybersecurity attack and defend exercises, the Cybersecurity Engineering Laboratory…
  • Digital Systems Laboratory
    Real-time computing experiments and research in digital electronics, microcontrollers, and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are performed in the Digital Systems…
  • Dynamics Systems, Measurement, and Control Laboratory
    The controls and instrumentation components of Aerospace, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering curricula are supported in this laboratory…
  • ECSSE Capstone Design Laboratory
    Students in the Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Software Engineering programs work on projects for their multidisciplinary capstone…
  • Engineering Student Projects Center (ESPC)
    Hands-on exploration and fabrication of engineering designs and solutions to problems posed in the Engineering Fundamentals core curriculum are encouraged in the Engineering…
  • Next Generation ERAU Advanced Research
    The Next-Generation Advanced Research (NEAR) Lab is a for-hire research facility located on the Daytona Beach campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University…
  • Radar and Microwaves Lab
    High frequency systems are taught through applied projects in the Radar and Microwaves Laboratory as part of the electrical engineering curriculum…
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems Laboratory
    The Robotics and Autonomous Systems Laboratory (RASL) provides dedicated workspaces for large unmanned system development and state-of-the-art sensors designed for integration…
  • Special Projects Laboratory
    The Special Projects Lab serves as a working space for a variety of student projects and clubs associated with the Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering…
  • WiDE Laboratory
    The mission of the Wireless Devices and Electromagnetics Laboratory (WiDE) is to advance the state of the art of wireless circuits and antennas (up to mm-wave frequencies)…

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