Research Labs - Omaha Campus (PKI)
This research space houses the architecurual engineering program's sound booth, which is used to conduct experienments related to everyday acoustics.
Low energy consumption is an important characteristic when designing buildings of the future. The Smart Building lab is dedicated to this kind of "green" research.
This teaching/research lab is used to evaluate the behaviors of concrete and asphalt in different environments.
Are you interested in breaking large objects? If so, this lab was made for you. When the industry is in need of sample testing, this is where they come.
PKI 127 is a teaching and research lab used for evaluation of soil behavior on construction designs.
Creating a national infrastructure to withstand time, the elements, and increased traffic starts in this lab space.
With over 300 lighting options to test and banks of electrical equipment available for exploring, this lab is all about hands-on learning.
The listening lab is used to conduct research experiements related to acoustics.
This lab is dedicated to the research of dynamic loads on structures. It is also home of the College of Engineering EERI team.
This lab gives students the room they need to multi-task in a technologically driven workforce.