Facilities & Resources

See how classroom theory translates into applied research through our on-campus labs and facilities. You’ll work with the same tools and equipment used by computer scientists, engineers, and other industry professionals.

NYIT-Old Westbury

Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC)

Through this $3.2 million, 8,000-square-foot facility, you’ll have access to the latest engineering and scientific resources as you collaborate with top researchers, government agencies, and global corporations.

Cybersecurity Lab

Hackers beware! Here, you’ll study the latest advances in cyber protection, including cryptographic algorithms for biometric authentication, cloud computing security, encryption techniques, and other security issues.

Energy and Green Technologies Lab and Renewable Energy Telemetry Lab

Explore sustainable solutions and learn how you & environmental technology = a healthier planet. Operate a micro-grid system and related equipment to monitor, manage, and control renewable energy resources. Study the impact of sustainable initiatives, such as solar power systems or wind turbines used in residential, commercial, and industrial applications.

Bio-Engineering, Health Analytics, and Medical Devices Lab

Explore our testbed design area for body sensor networks used in medical applications. Construct new medical devices and partner with students from NYIT’s health professions and medical programs as you use oscilloscopes, spectrum and network analyzers, arbitrary waveform generators, microcontroller programmers, micro-drills, and a high-precision soldering station and 3-D assembly platform.

Fabrication and Rapid Prototyping Lab

Manufacture electrical and mechanical systems just like a real-world engineer and scientist. Use digitally parametric modelers, prototype printers, and precision machining equipment, then test and calibrate your work.

Nanofabrication Facility

Research how nanotechnology and other micro-level systems are created using spin coaters, vacuum ovens, an atomic force microscope, surface profilometer, and related components.

Materials Lab

Test the tensile and compressive strength of materials using various equipment, including a universal testing machine with a capacity up to 22,500 lbs.

OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations Certificate Training Facility

This learning lab features a Graywolf indoor air quality monitor to assess air quality, air speed, and toxic gases; respirator units; personal protection gear; and additional professional equipment used by experts in the field.

Aerodynamics Lab

Use our wind tunnel to test loads on structures, drag and lift, and pressure distribution on airfoils at various velocities.

Instrumentation and Measurement Lab

Measure and calibrate a variety of physical parameters such as voltage, pressure, flow, viscosity, vibration, strain, thermal, and temperature.

Thermo-Fluid Lab

Measure different modes of energy conversion and heat transfer in thermal-fluid systems. You’ll also explore the inner workings of technology used in heat exchangers, solar panels, and wind turbines.

Mechanical CAD/CAM Lab

Discover rapid prototyping with a 3-D printer that recreates physical models. Learn design software that includes Pro/E, CATIA, AutoCad, and COMSOL.

Geographical Information Systems Laboratory

Learn how computer mapping and analysis technology is used for environmental monitoring and analysis, resource and facilities management, and planning of utility and transportation networks.

Microprocessor-Based Systems Development Tools Lab

Design and develop your own embedded real-time microprocessors using rapid-development boards, analog interfaces, storage oscilloscopes, and logic analyzers.


Electronics Lab

Gain experience working with and testing circuits in areas that include analog and digital electronics, logic design, communications, signal processing, control, image processing, and data acquisition.

Telecommunications Lab

Get an up-close look at various aspects of modern telecommunications such as routing and switching technologies, network design and simulation, and fiber-optic communications.

Robotics Lab

Build your own mechanical creations, work with classmates to improve designs, and develop sophisticated automated processes. You’ll also learn how robots are used across various industries to improve efficiency and accuracy.

PC and Mac Computer Labs

Run complex simulations and test your designs using engineering software and programming language that includes VHDL, MATLAB, and CAD.

Microprocessor-Based Systems Development Tools Lab

Design and develop your own embedded real-time microprocessors using rapid-development boards, analog interfaces, storage oscilloscopes, and logic analyzers.