Laboratories in the faculty of Basic Sciences

The labs has more than 400 square –meters space and is equipped with various devices so that the students and instructors are able to work on different projects and research studies. The labs also welcome projects from other universities. The labs include, Physics 1, 2, and 3; Modern Optic lab, Nuclear Physics lab, and also Solid Physics Lab.

The laboratories has more 150 square-meters space and include, electronic, robatic, and PLC labs that support academics to focus on projects. These laboratories also support students and instructors to collaborate with industrial companies to achieve beneficial outcomes. 

  Laboratories in the faculty of Arts 

The faculty of arts is equipped with several art studios for the students to practice creating various artworks.

There are three sketching ateliers with 450 square meters space so that the students can feel comfortable and free to experience making different artworks both on their own and in groups.

Laboratories in the faculty of Humanities

Language Laboratory

This lab accommodates 25 students and is equipped with comfortable furniture, computers and headsets that allows students to talk and interact simultaneously. In addition, the lab promotes team and collaborative work by eliminating socio-temporal barriers.

The lab also let instructors to better examine the students’ language development and progress.

Laboratories in the faculty of Engineering

General Laboratories

General Workshop

In this workshop the students are taught to build robots and put them into practice in order to know the possible problems and solve them for full efficiency. Then each group of students use their robots in a competition to know which robots is the best in achieving the goals for which it is designed and built.

Facilitates:

Various types of sensors such as dynamic, thermal, optical, acoustic, and weight.

Various mechanical equipment such as drill, corundum, pincer, rivet fasteners, welding machine, grinding stone, cutters, etc.      

Electronic tables with full set of ac and dc power supplies, an oscilloscope and multimeters.

Circuit and measurement Laboratory

This lab aims at improving students’ practical knowledge of the circuits. Various discussions are made about primary and secondary circuits, different filters, and the frequency responses of a network.

Facilities:

Ac and dc power supplies, an oscilloscope, multimeters.

Electrical resistance pack, capacitors

Various sensors for circuit measurement and for the introduction to instrumentation

 

Electronic laboratory 1 & 2

This lab aims at improving students’ practical information about diode circuits, cutters, transistor circuits, differential amplifiers, multi-stage amplifiers and so forth.

Facilities:

Ac and dc power supplies, an oscilloscope, multimeters.

Transistors such as electronic and power ones.

Various diodes such as Se, Ge, and Zn.

Designing and printing PCB circuits

 

Power Laboratories

Electric Machines Laboratory

This lab aims at training practices of electrical machines and transformers. The students can learn and practice to control the machines by using the available software.

The machines are equipped with:

Direct current including, independent stimulation, shunt, series and compound

Squirrel cage induction rotor and rotor winding

Three-phase salient-pole synchronization with direct current stimulation

Three-phase and single-phase transformers

Power supplies, electrical charges, and conventional and computerized measuring instruments

 

Laboratory of Industrial Electronics

This lab aims at training practices of the concepts of industrial electronics. In all the designed modules the construction process of steering pulses, semiconductor key drive, power circuit, passive elements convertor, and measurement equipment are practically provided.

In addition, all types of ac and dc switching are possible for the experiments.

Resistance and capacitor charges, a universal motor, and a three-phase induction motor are utilized for examining the performance of power convertors.

Different electric power convertors include:

Diode and thyristor rectifiers

Intermittent current cutters and dimmer

Dc to high frequency DC convertors

Single-phase and three-phase convertors

V/F control of three-phase induction motor

 

Household Systems laboratory

This lab aims at improving students’ information about the standardized interior electrical wiring. In addition, they learn to implement circuits in AutoCAD. 

Moreover, the students can work and know more about different power and command circuits for starting and controlling power and three-phase circuits.

Equipment:

Junction box and branching electrical wires

Different single-pole, double-pole, and single-pole double-throw switches

Video Door Phone

Staircase dimmer

Photocell for automatic lighting control

 

Analog and Digital laboratories

PLC laboratory

Conducting experiments and practice in this lab is part of the courses for the degree in electrical engineering.

Features:

Siemens PLCs

Instrumentation tools such as thermal sensors, Pneumatic jacks, etc.

Computers to control PLCs through the computer programs prepared by the students

Controlling PLCs using Bascom and Ladder languages

 

Telecommunication Laboratory

This lab aims at improving students’ information about the concepts of communication at two levels of system and field.

System level: Providing digital, analog, and FM/AM telecommunication

Field level: Using microwave and antenna to present and explain the information and concepts

Different ways of modulation is practiced in this lab such as:

Applying analog ways of modulation like DSB-SB , SSB , AM, and FM based on functional chips and at the telecommunication circuit level.

Implementing basic digital modulation including, PWM , CVSD , ASK, and FSK PSK/QPSK by means of integrated digital chips.

 

Linear Control Laboratory

This lab aims at providing practical explanations of linear systems and their control, analog and digital control systems, and industrial control systems.

The linear systems being examined are applied in format of analog circuits based on an operational booster.

Equipment:

Various primary, secondary, and tertiary systems with various zero and polar structures.

Actual processes such as position control and servo motor, tank control, tank’s pressure control, etc.

Closed loop systems including proportional, integral, derivative, pre-phase, post-phase, feedback, etc.

 

Digital Laboratory

This lab aims at providing practical explanations of analog and digital electronics.

Equipment:

Various microcontrollers like ARM, FPGA, AVR, and DSP.

Various useful accessories such as dot matrix, square wave generator, seven–segment display, and so forth.

LED, LCD, sensors, switches, AVR and PIC programmers, ARM and FPGA mini-boards, and power supply.

 

 

 

Multiscale Robotic Lab

This lab was established by the efforts of Dr. Rouhani Manesh, the dean of the electrical engineering department aiming at designing and building various robots. Since, then the students have been actively working and they have made several robots such as a walking stick for the blind, traffic counter, a router and participated in a provincial exhibition in Mashhad, Iran.

In addition, ‘Barbot’ is the name of a robot which was designed and built by the help and supervision of Dr. Rouhani Manesh, Dr. Ghasemi, and Ms. Sharif. This robot was unveiled in the exhibition. Barbot can easily recognize a route and carry a load to a destination without collision with environmental obstacles. Barbot is also equipped with a software which allows the user to easily upload the overall map of a specific environment so that the software can recognize the best and the shortest route between the source and destination. This smart carrier robot can be helpful in many contexts such as industrial complexes, homes, hospitals, inventories, offices, military sites, and so forth.

Currently, this lab with good facilities such as various sensors, electronic tables, and many more, welcomes and supports interested students to design and begin their works on making robots.

 

Biomedical Engineering Laboratory

This lab is currently active with the supervision of Dr. Ghasemi, the assistant professor in the department of Electrical Engineering. This lab aims at using electrical and computer engineering approaches to solve various problems of engineering in designing, manufacturing and processing signals in medical contexts and related fields.

Some of the lab’s activities include:

Recording electrical signals of the brain

Conducting various research studies using Electroencephalography (EEG)

EEG, ECG, and EMG signal analysis

Processing magnetic resonance imaging signals

Analyzing the resting state FMRI signals

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