Electrical Engineering


The electrical engineering department has several teaching laboratories that are run by 3 people. They aid 8 student courses which are: EE lab 1-3, analog communication lab, computer engineering lab, controls lab, photonics engineering lab, and senior design.


The 3 members that run the teaching laboratories are: David Santoro (chief CLT), Ming Wong (senior CLT), and Fernando Correro (CLT).


The teaching laboratories are all in Steinman Hall, but in several different class rooms. They are located in rooms: 645, 648, 649, 619, 415, 269, and 647. The laboratories have the following equipment: a PCB milling machine (LPKF), a 100W laser cutter (Boss), a 3D printer (Ultimaker 3 extended), soldering stations, a soldering oven, and microscopes for soldering.

Department Changes Proposal

There are a number of improvements the department would like to take. One is an expansion of space (500-1000 sq. ft.) for current student programs, and another storage space (500 sq. ft.). Followed by more space, additional human resources are needed by the department. An additional 2 staff members can aid current coverage, and the other for any additional work. Lastly, the electrical engineering department has an equipment wishlist of the following:

  • Lathes
  • End mills
  • Welding
  • Table saws
  • Horizontal saws
  • Drill presses
  • Band saws
  • Spot welders
  • Network analyzers
  • Radio Frequency

Last Updated: 09/22/2023 14:01