Department of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering
Department - Facilities
- Scrugham Engineering and Mines (SEM) is the hub of the College of Engineering. Electrical and Biomedical Engineering has lab spaces on the second and third floor. The IEEE Student Chapter has a lounge/study area in the penthouse.
Harry Reid Engineering Lab Center (HREL) houses mostly research facilities though Electrical and Biomedical Engineering has an undergraduate microwave lab on the third floor.
- SEM 247A Power Distribution Analysis Lab.
SEM 249 Angst Control Lab Supported for many years by Darrel Angst, the Control Lab
consists of 5 workstations for simulation and implimentation of a very wide range of
sensors and machines. The lab is used for EE370 as well as senior elective classes.
SEM 341 Senior Lab This lab is used in the last two semesters of the
EE curiculum. These two classes, EE490 and EE491, form the capstone lab experience
for all EE majors. Students design and build a product as a project to be completed prior to graduation.
SEM 345 Sandorf Lab Irving Sandorf was chair of Electrical Engineering
at UNR in the 1960s when the SEM building was designed and built. The room has 12 workstations
and a lecture area. Each workstation is equipped with a National Instruments ELVIS virtual
instrument (computer) system. The Lab is used in the EE320L Electronics I lab.
SEM 346 Sophomore Lab This Lab is equipped with standard electronic bench instruments
and computers for simulation of basic circuits in the EE220L Circuits I Lab.
- SEM 339 Fiber Optics Lab
- HREL 300 Microwave Engineering Lab.