College of Engineering Laboratories and Facilities

The administrative offices and five academic departments of the College of Engineering reside in the Lehman Engineering and Technology Center. Additional educational and project labs for the Department of Mechanical Engineering are in the nearby M-building.

In addition to traditional classrooms and laboratories for instruction and research, the Lehman Center offers computing resources and open workspaces facilitating collaborative development for interdisciplinary student teams. Hands-on learning and learning-by-doing are enabled through a variety of student-accessible laboratories with the tools for a complete engineering design-build-test project cycle. The third floor also features a fully functional Distance Learning and Lecture Capture Studio, for creating high-quality and effective learning modules to enhance teaching at all levels.

Research facilities for full-sized aircraft flight test and development are located on the south side of the Daytona Beach airport at the Eagle Flight Research Center. An additional research center, the Next-Generation ERAU Advanced Research (NEAR) Laboratory, is located on the airport property adjacent to the primary campus. Undergraduate and graduate students collaborate with faculty at both of these research centers dedicated to solving real problems brought forward by industry.

  • Advanced Vehicles Green Garage
    Capabilities for vehicle modeling, integration, and testing for the advancement of hybrid and electric vehicle technology are provided in the Advanced Vehicles Green…
  • Aircraft Design Lab
    A fully equipped workspace is made available to Aerospace Engineering undergraduate students to work on their design projects as a part of their two-semester senior design…
  • Airport Noise Abatement Laboratory
    The Airport Noise Abatement Laboratory is devoted to the experimental studies of identifying and finding ways to reduce the intensity of sound produced by aircraft…
  • Aquaponics Laboratory
    Technology and methods for the development of a sustainable food supply for use here on Earth and a future Mars colony are explored through the Aquaponics Laborator…
  • Center for Motorsports Engineering
    The Center for Motorsports Engineering (CME) at Embry-Riddle is dedicated to applying our faculty and student talent, facility and software assets, and experience to…
  • 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…
  • Civil Engineering Infrastructure Laboratory
    Facilities for applied research in civil transportation systems and structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure are housed in the Civil Engineering Infrastructure…
  • Civil Engineering Materials Laboratory
    A fully-equipped but relaxed atmosphere for Civil Engineering student projects, the Civil Engineering Materials Laboratory supports courses in Civil Engineering Materials,…
  • Clean Energy Systems Laboratory
    Interdisciplinary student project groups and students in the Clean Energy Systems track of the Mechanical Engineering B.S. degree work in the Clean Energy Systems Laboratory…
  • CNC and Welding Laboratory
    On-site fabrication of components for classroom design projects and student competition team deliverables is supported in the CNC and Welding Laboratory…
  • Computational Problem Solving Lab
    Engineering IS Problem Solving! And the Computational Problem Solving lab is where new engineering students are first introduced to structured problem solving using today's…
  • 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…
  • Eagle Flight Research
    The Embry-Riddle Eagle Flight Research Center (EFRC) serves as the university’s Aerospace R&D facility…
  • ECSSE Capstone Design Laboratory
    Students in the Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Software Engineering programs work on projects for their multidisciplinary capstone…
  • Flight Dynamics and Control Research Laboratory
    Development and implementation of guidance, navigation, and control systems for a variety of aerospace vehicles, as well as research on a broad range of topics focused…
  • Gas Turbine Laboratory
    Students in the Gas Turbine Laboratory at ERAU work with leading aerospace corporations and privately owned companies and assist with Intellectual Property developm…
  • High Performance Vehicle Laboratory
    A design studio and two vehicle development bays make the High Performance Vehicle Laboratory the hub of motorsports activity at ERAU…
  • Multi-Disciplinary Bioengineering Lab
    Bio-mechanical systems research for the undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, as well as for faculty researchers and…
  • Multimodal Intelligent Transportation Systems Laboratory
    Transportation research into the safety, operations, design, planning, and maintenance issues involving our nation’s infrastructure, with an emphasis on airports, is…
  • 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…
  • Propulsion and Aerodynamics Computational Laboratory
    Numerical research in unsteady aerodynamics, acoustics, aeroelasticity, flow, and flight control are performed in the Propulsion and Aerodynamics Computational Laboratory…
  • Propulsion Design Laboratory
    A dedicated research laboratory for the Capstone Design Course for the Propulsion Track in Aerospace Engineering, the Propulsion Design Laboratory contains a 3D printer,…
  • 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…
  • Rocket Laboratory
    The home to a booster signed by Homer Hickam and seven level three large-scale rockets, the Rocket Laboratory supports two highly popular student organizations, as well…
  • Scanning Electron Microscope
    A Scanning Electron Microscope, with a large chamber to allow for the visualization of structural materials, is available for students, faculty, and staff of the university,…
  • Software Development Lab
    Compilers and development environments, in addition to resources for special projects and dual boot capability for Linux and Windows as-needed, are provided in the Software…
  • Spacecraft Development Lab
    Spacecraft flight software is developed and tested in the Spacecraft Development Laboratory (SDL) and prototype potential components are designed and produced…
  • Wind Tunnel Laboratory
    Several wind tunnels are housed in the Wind Tunnel Laboratory, which is primarily used for instruction…

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