Coordinator: Jaime Carmo
The Computer-Aided Design Laboratory is a flexible teaching studio classroom with 30 stations each equipped with its own all-in-one computer and monitor. This allows each station to serve both as a laboratory or project center for individual computer-based design projects; as well as an unobstructed desk space for lecture classes. Thus, this room is employed for courses with individual computer-aided design projects (as opposed to team projects); although two students per workstation can be accommodated if needed.
The room also features 9 full functionality lab stations equipped with oscilloscopes, programmable power supplies, Function Generators and digital multimeters.
This room is also equipped with audio and video equipment suitable for using this room as a remote learning classroom; showing live streaming course content originating from a remote site.