The Power Electronics, Energy Harvesting and Renewable Energies Laboratory (PEHREL) has recently been equipped with all new instrumentation such as oscilloscopes and
high-voltage and current measurement equipment. These facilities provide sophisticated
instrumentation, test equipment, microprocessor hardware and software development, and
comprehensive collection of commercial software packages.
The ECE Department has approximately 15 teaching laboratories and nearly 50 laboratories dedicated to or associated with research in electrical and computer engineering.
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