Communications Laboratory (COML)
The Communications Lab of the faculty of Engineering is managed by Dr. Hamza Issa and Eng. Khaled El-Hajj. It supports the department’s educational mission in the several areas related to communication Engineering. More than three specialized engineers teach four different courses in the lab. The courses are Propagation and antennas lab (COME 471L), Communication Lab (COME 481L), Microwave Engineering Lab (COME 573L) and Communication circuits lab (COME 588L). Moreover, several undergraduate technical electives and advanced graduate courses in the area use the laboratory to realize and conduct educational experiments. COML is used as well to conduct research in domains relate to Radiofrequency, digital and analogue communications, signal processing for communications and Microwave Engineering. The lab has several computational resources with computers installed to be used by the students.
Digital Systems Laboratory (DSL)
The Digital Systems Laboratory (DSL) of the faculty of Engineering is managed by Eng. Mohamad Faraskoury and is located in B326. It supports the department’s in several areas related to digital systems, computer organization and architecture, microprocessors and microcontrollers, high-performance computing, reconfigurable computing, and final year projects. More than four specialized engineers teach different courses in the lab. This DSL is designed to provide students with hands on experiences in courses that include COMP 225, 226, 325, 326, 326L, 361, 423, 501, 502, and 525. In addition, serviced courses comprise COME 232L, 332, 431, 501, and 502. The DSL has been carefully designed to meet the course requirements; it is equipped with digital logic kits, microprocessors and interfacing kits, microcontroller kits, FPGA boards, tiny computer boards, high-performance computers.
Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (DSPL)
The Digital Signal Processing Lab of the faculty of Engineering is managed by Dr. Hilal El Misilmani and Eng. Khaled El-Hajj. It supports the department’s educational mission in several areas related to Signal Processing, Digital Signals and Systems, and Digital Communications. The DSPL is designed such that the Electrical and Computer Engineering students get a hands on familiarity with the concepts they come across in the following courses: COME 381 (Signals and Systems), COME 384 (Digital Signal Processing), and COMP 453 (Transmission and Processing of Digital Signals). Experiments are carefully designed to meet the courses requirements in such a way that the students become well aware of the concepts they learn in theory and will be able to use the techniques and engineering tools for engineering practice. The lab has significant computational resources (LabView, sensor, digital kits), with more than 20 computers installed that can be used by the students.
Measurements and Electronics Laboratory (MEL)
The Measurements and Electronics Laboratory (MEL) of the faculty of Engineering is managed by Eng. Mohamad Faraskoury and is located in B324. It supports the department’s educational mission in the areas related to Measurements and Electronic Circuits. This Lab is designed such that the CEE and EPME students get hands on experience of the material they come across in the following courses: Electronic Circuits I (COME 221) and Electronic Circuits II (COME 222). The lab has the needed resources to perform the courses related experiments. The experiments are designed to complement the concepts covered in lectures. This Lab is designed such that the CEE and EPME students get hands on experience of the material they come across in the following course: Electric and Electronic Measurements (POWE 214). The lab has the needed resources to perform the courses related experiments. The experiments are designed to complement the concepts covered in lectures.
Machines and Power Laboratory (MPL)
The Machines and Power Laboratory (MPL) is a major lab in electrical and computer engineering department located in EB327. The following tests are conducted: no-load, locked rotor and loaded motors for different types of electric machines (AC and DC) and transformers. These tests serve several undergraduate courses (POWE 331, 334, 532, and 531). On the other hand, the electric drives lab includes starting, braking, and speed control for both AC and DC machines using both traditional and new techniques. Also, different experiments are performed using special machines (stepper, universal, dahlander motor, and split phase induction motor)
Electric Power and Protection Laboratory (EPPL)
Located in EB328, this lab mainly serves courses in the power systems field (POWE 321, 322, 421, and 522). It is used to measure the RLC parameters of power lines and to simulate different types of electric faults. Tests are carried out using overcurrent relays, phase sequence relays, timer relays, differential relays, and directional relays. For research purpose, equipment related to power quality and active filters are available.
Control and Industrial Electronics Laboratory (CIEL)
This lab serves several undergraduate courses (POWE 541, 341, and 361). It is equipped with various kits such as PI and PID controllers. In addition to AC and DC servo motors for industrial control applications and tests. Also, the lab includes hard wired devices (relays, contactors, buttons, timers, soft starters), Arduino kits, and PLC programing and simulation kits.
Power Electronics Laboratory (PEL)
Power Electronics Laboratory is located in B425. The performed tests serve several undergraduate courses (POWE 332 and 431). The lab contains several kits equipped with semiconductors (diode, BJT, Thyristor, Triac, Mosfet) for electric energy conversion. Experiments carried out for controlled and uncontrolled converters and for different types of connections (single or three phase). In addition to breadboard circuits connections and projects using Arduino and its application in power electronic field.
Software Laboratory (SWL)
The Software Laboratory (SWL) supports the software courses in the department. The SWL includes implementation, simulation, and software testing tools that cover topics, such as, computer programming, web programming, software engineering, operating systems, compilers, artificial intelligence and machine learning, hardware synthesis, and simulation. The SWL services a set of core courses that comprise COMP 208, 210, 215, 232, 311, 337, 344, 364, 442, 443, and 452.
Networks and Cybersecurity Laboratory (NCL)
The Networks and Cybersecurity Laboratory (NCL) supports topics that include computer networks, network security, cryptography, internet engineering, Internet-of-things, and cloud computing. The NCL services core courses, such as, COMP 454, 454L, 543, and 543L.