Site-wide links

Systems Laboratory

Mark Kempski

The Systems Studio Lab in is a hallmark facility providing an innovative lecture and hands-on learning environment within the department. The laboratory is equipped to provide faculty and students with a teaching-learning venue to explore theoretical, experimental, and/or computer simulation facets of various technical courses including MECE-320 System Dynamics, MECE-543/643 Classical Controls, MECE-410 Flight Dynamics, MECE-524/624 Vehicle Dynamics, and MECE-411 Orbital Mechanics.

Major equipment: 36 student workstations exist in the Systems Lab where students work on various laboratory exercises. Each workstation has a computer equipped with 21” flat panel monitor, National Instruments data acquisition hardware and software (LabVIEW), MathWorks software (MATLAB/SIMULINK), the full Microsoft Office suite, and various other software offerings. Each workstation is also equipped with Agilent Oscilloscope and Arbitrary Waveform/Function generator, triple-output power supplies by Hewlett-Packard and Instek, and Tektronix Multimeter. In 2015 additional data acquisition hardware was added, including a full set of new NI myDAQ devices.

Recognitions: National Science Foundation grant USE-8852420, Hewlett-Packard Corporation.

  Rochester Institute of Technology
One Lomb Memorial Drive,
Rochester, NY 14623-5603
Copyright © Rochester Institute of Technology, All Rights Reserved. | Disclaimer | Copyright Infringement