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TU’s engineering and computer science facilities host some of today’s most cutting-edge research projects that are enhanced by the university’s modern and unique system of equipment and operations.

Auto Research Center, 12th and Harvard Avenue
The Auto Research Center is an interdisciplinary, multi-purpose building that serves as a mechanical engineering classroom as well as an automotive research laboratory for electrical engineering, computer science and mechanical engineering students.

Henneke Building, 1204 South Harvard Avenue
Located just off of the main campus, the Henneke Building houses important university archives such as the Continuing Engineering and Science Education offices, the Institute for Information Security and the Alumni Heritage collection. It is also used for small speaking engagements.

J. Newton Rayzor Hall, 3155 East 5th Place
The state-of-the-art J. Newton Rayzor Hall is home to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Tandy School of Computer Science. The 37,600-square-foot facility includes 24 integrated classrooms, multiple teaching and research laboratories, faculty and graduate student offices, spacious conference rooms and inviting student commons areas.

Keplinger Hall, 430 South Gary Avenue
Keplinger Hall houses the departments of chemistry and biochemistry, geosciences, mathematics, physics and engineering physics, and the Russell School of Chemical Engineering. The 132,246-square-foot building features 23 classrooms, several teaching laboratories, advising offices and the college’s administrative offices.

North Campus, 2450 East Marshall Street
TU’s historic North Campus is the original site of Humble Oil and Refining Company. The property, which includes a drilling research laboratory and a full-sized enclosed drilling rig, was donated to the university in 1965. The facility is designed to explore the innovations of the petroleum industry while fostering research and learning opportunities for students, faculty, members of the private energy industry and governments. North Campus consortia and joint industry projects are supported by a testing laboratory, a multiphase flow facility, a rock and fluid laboratory and many other research systems.

Oliphant Hall, 3015 East 7th Street
Oliphant Hall hosts the Department of Biological Science and features teaching and research laboratories, a greenhouse, animal colonies and the Microarray Core Facility.

Stephenson Hall, 3205 East 5th Place South
TU’s Stephenson Hall encompasses 38,600 square feet of conference room, teaching, research laboratory and commons space along with 16 integrated classrooms, 34 faculty and graduate student offices and a student organization work space. The Department of Mechanical Engineering and the McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering are based in Stephenson Hall.

Vehicle Autonomy and Intelligence Lab (VAIL)
VAIL is a 6,000 sq. foot indoor test facility for developing and testing autonomous ground, air, submersible and amphibious vehicles. VAIL is equipped with indoor localization system accurate to within 1 mm.

Electro-Optics Laboratory
The Electro-Optics Lab is dedicated to designing optical Sensors and hybrid optical/RF communication systems.

Radio Frequency Lab
The Radio Frequency Lab is equipped with equipment capable of generating and detecting GHz arbitrary waveforms.