Some laboratories are for teaching only, some are joint teaching / research laboratories and others are strictly research laboratories.
In the B.Sc. program students are required to attend 6 basic laboratories. In addition to these compulsory laboratories, every student must take 4 advanced laboratories, based on the track they have chosen. Most laboratory teachers are skilled teachers and graduate students working on their Ph.D. or M.Sc. degree.
Basic Laboratories
The Faculty has two identical laboratories (303/1, 306/1) that are used to teach the following laboratories:
  • Physics A Laboratory
  • Physics B Laboratory
  • Integrated Logical Components Laboratory
  • Electrical Engineering Laboratory
  • Micro-controllers Laboratory
  • Control Laboratory
  • Semiconductors Laboratory 1
  • Semiconductors Laboratory 2
Each laboratory contains 10 work stations (two students per station) that are equipped with the finest testing equipment. Each station includes a computer, two direct voltage suppliers, oscilloscope, signal generators and two multimeters, and MultiSIM software. The computers are connected to the Institute's network and to the Internet. Students have free access to all software, including additional software found on the student server. Every laboratory has a laboratory book with ten experiments that cover the required topics in the syllabus.

Specialized Laboratories

  • RF
  • Microwave
  • Antennas
  • Basic Communication
  • Digital Communication
  • Photonics for M.Sc.
  • High Voltage Techniques
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Power Electronics Systems
  • Energy Transfer
  • Micro-electronics
  • Electro-optics
  • Electro-optics for M.Sc.
  • Advanced Control
  • Microprocessors
  • Medical Equipment