Labs and Resources


Just as Drexel broke new technological ground when it became the first university in the nation to require every student to have access to a personal computer, the cutting-edge engineering technology lab facilities have also gained national attention.

The 5,000-square-foot ET laboratories house state-of-the-art technology including:

The labs are the synergistic combination of mechanical and electrical engineering, computer and information technology, control systems, as well as Internet-based, advanced tools for collaborative product design, remote process monitoring and control, embedded functionality, and built-in intelligence.