Energy and Environmental Engineering Suite
These spaces are designed to give students and faculty opportunities to explore sustainable building design and renewable energy systems such as solar thermal, photovoltaic (PV), wind, micro-hydroelectric and geothermal. This lab is linked to the rooftop Energy Research Lab and provides space for research on energy conversion processes, energy storage, batteries and fuel cells. The labs provide the capability to conduct bench-scale experimental investigations, perform computer-aided design and monitoring, and develop and test working prototypes.
Kelly Advanced Computing Lab
The Kelly Advanced Computing Lab was designed with a high degree of connectivity and flexibility. It serves as a “digital sandbox” for applications requiring advanced computational power for data and image analysis, modeling and simulation, and high-end computer graphics. It also includes a Cisco Telepresence unit. The lab connects the Wold Center to other campus-wide computational resources that position Union to take a leadership role in the integration of computational methods across the curriculum.
Laboratory for Electrical Engineering and Music Research
The Laboratory for Electrical Engineering and Music Research, or "Phasor Lab," is an interdisciplinary research space that allows students to work on topics that fuse their musical and scientific interests. It is equipped with instrumentation for advanced scientific measurements on musical instruments and speech acoustics through support from the National Science Foundation.