Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Engineering Labs and Centers

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

Academic Complex I (AC1) (Prescott)
The Academic Complex I (AC1), is Embry-Riddle's newest building, which houses staff offices, multiple lecture classrooms, computer labs and flight simulators.
Aerial Robotics Laboratory (Prescott)
ERAU Aerial Robotic Laboratory (EAR-Lab.) at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott AZ is a faculty and students laboratory working toward research and development of various types of unmanned systems.
Aerodynamics Laboratory (Prescott)
The Aerodynamics Laboratory is home to four wind tunnels with a variety of test chamber sizes and wind speed velocities.
Aerospace Experimentation and Fabrication Building (AXFAB) (Prescott)
This 20,000 square foot facility is focused around fabrication and experimental facilities.
Clean Energy Systems Lab (Daytona Beach)
The Clean Energy Systems Laboratory — located in the new M-Building — is dedicated to research projects in the fast-growing renewable energy industry. Current projects in the lab include a water purification backpack for disaster relief and military, biodiesel production from the school cafeteria, wind turbine research, Project Haiti, water turbine research and solar thermal cooling.
Electrical Engineering Laboratory (Daytona Beach)
This facility is used in conjunction with several electrical and electronics engineering courses.
King Engineering and Technology Center (KEC) (Prescott)
The King Engineering Complex is the heart of the Computer Engineering/Electrical Engineering program. It is home to several classrooms, the digital and linear circuit labs, and the fishbowl, a large classroom/lab.
Propulsion Laboratory (Prescott)
The propulsion laboratory houses the micro-turbojet used in the rockets and turbines course. Advanced propulsion is also studied in this lab.
Robotics Laboratory (Prescott)
Robotics Laboratory at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott AZ is a focal point of students oriented research activities and national competitions.
Wind Tunnel Laboratory (Prescott)
The Wind Tunnel Laboratory is comprised of three different labs, including Aerodynamics, Propulsion, and the Thermal and Fluid lab.