Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Arts & Sciences Labs and Centers

These links will take you to the specific lab or center page that is hosted in our college websites.

Computational and Observational Atmospheric Dynamics (COAD) (Daytona Beach)
Computer Security and Forensics Laboratory (Prescott)
Students practice computer security measures investigating computer security breaches and other digital crimes
Embry-Riddle LIGO Lab (Prescott)
The LIGO optics lab is designed to investigate the properties of low-noise mirror coatings that will be used on the upgraded LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory).
Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) (Prescott)
This facility serves as a laboratory for students to practice applying forensic science techniques in security/intelligence investigations.
GSIS Eagle Operations Center (Prescott)
The GSIS Eagle Operations Center serves as a laboratory for GSIS students to practice open source collection and analysis, foreign language proficiency, and exercises.
Modern Physics and Optics Lab (Prescott)
The Modern Physics Laboratory and Optics Laboratory classes teach students the laboratory physics they need before embarking on a graduate degree in Experimental Physics or Optics.
Observatory (Prescott)
The Embry-Riddle Prescott Observatory Complex is a resource for Space Physics students and the active and diverse astronomy community in Prescott. Students use the observatory for collection and analysis of astronomical data they will use in research projects for degree requirements. Faculty also utilize the observatory for research and to provide outreach to the community through public viewings, open houses and other events in conjunction with local educators and astronomy enthusiasts.
Particle Physics Lab (Prescott)
The Neutrino Physics Lab helps further the search for Massive Neutrinos with the aid of the Mini-BooNE Collaboration.
Technically Advanced Aircraft Performance Lab (TAAP) (Daytona Beach)
The Technically Advanced Aircraft Performance LAB (TAAP) mainly focuses on evaluating new equipment, such as the Automatic Dependent Surveillance- Broadcast (ADS-B) navigation and other computer/Satellite based displays that relieve much of the general aviation cognitive workload. Recent sponsored projects have compared eye tracking (point of regard) in experienced and novice pilots and new training methods, Scenario Based Learning, of TAA instrumentation.
Tutoring (Modular Building 21) (Daytona Beach)
The College of Arts & Sciences strives to meet the academic needs of its students by offering tutoring services, through the Academic Advancement Center.
Writing Program (Modular Building 21, Room 105) (Daytona Beach)
The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences staffs a writing center to assist students with their writing assignments in all programs of studies.