The school's electronics lab is called the Lewin Lab after Professor Douglas Lewin who was a former head of the school.
The lab boasts 18 desktop PCs running Windows 7 64-bit with the standard UEA and CMP software, alongside some more specialist electronics software for use solely in this lab.
The lab has a specialist range of equipment for students to use which include:
- 18 Lego NXT robots
- 18 PC workstations
- 16 ALTERA Programmable Logic development boards.
- 16 ARM Cortex development boards – shown in the image.
- 16 electronics development workstations (Oscilloscope, Signal Generator, PSU, Multi-meter, etc.)
- Spectrum Analyser
Work in the Lewin Lab ranges from electronics design, implementation and testing through to the use of Lego NXT robots.