Our four academic colleges show off the uniqueness and aptitude of their faculty and staff through their respective top-level research interests.
The Daytona Beach Campus is already a world-renowned force in higher-education research with its current facilities.
ERAU Daytona Beach is committed to expanding its research capabilities by leaps and bounds, including two state-of-the-art facilities that are in development.
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.