NMSU: Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
New Mexico State University
Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
College of Engineering

Department Resources

Computer Facilities

Three general purpose computer laboratories offer student workstations, configured with latest Core 2 Duo processors, 4 GB RAM, and Windows 7 operating system. These facilities are maintained with printing equipments and state-of-the-art software programs for supporting the ECE curriculum.

Instructional Laboratories

The ECE department maintains several curriculum-specific laboraties with specialized hardware and software tools. Two VLSI labs, with Linux machines, offer the latest tools for designing microelectronic circuits and systems. The Power laboratory provides the neccessary equipments for students to study the planning, operation, and management of electric power generation, transmission, distribution, and utilization.
Four computer engineering labs are equipped with computing and networking tools to train students in the latest wired/wireless networking and communication technologies, advanced computer architectures, real-time digital signal processing, and high performance computing systems. The electronics and digital-circuits lab offers VHDL software and FPGA boards for studying logic circuits and the fundamentals of electronic systems. The Microwave lab supports training in the area of electromagnetic fields, and the students utilize the Control Systems lab to study neural networks and intelligent autonomous systems.

Industrial Resources

The ECE faculty tightly couple their curriculum with industrial standards. Industries provide substantial funding to the department's labs through licensed hardware and software tools, which provides the students with access to latest industrial technologies. Students get hands-on training in the commercial tools through industrial research projects, co-operative and internship work opportunities.

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