Take a Virtual Tour

Sometimes a personal tour of the Swanson School of Engineering and its academic and research facilities isn't possible. These virtual tours will let you take a look inside without stepping foot on campus. (We do however recommend visiting in person!)

Benedum Annex Study Areas and Classrooms

Holzman Classroom

Electrical and Computer Engineering Teaching Classroom

Mechanical and Materials Science Teaching Lab

University Computer Lab

Innovation and Making Spaces


Art of Making

Innovation Space Station


Electrical and Computer Engineering Design Lab

Developed by Pittsburgh Gateways Corporation in the former Connelly Trade School, the EIC is designed to engage corporate and community leaders, align workforce development and education, develop and demonstrate technology, and incubate businesses to support emerging clean and sustainable energy markets.

The University's three laboratories and four incubators provide faculty with more flexible, large-scale space for energy research and encourage partnerships with industry. Among these, the Electric Power Technologies Laboratory, focuses on advanced electric power grid and energy generation, transmission, and distribution-system technologies; power electronics and control technologies; renewable energy systems and integration; smart grid technologies and applications; and energy-storage development.

The Medium-Voltage Lab shown below is the only university research facility of its kind in the U.S. and is designed to allow collaborative public-private research on new power technologies.

The Swanson School has several hundred thousand square feet of research laboratories in four university facilities. These are some examples.

Benedum Hall: Seventh Floor Research Lab

Schenley Place: Human Movement and Balance Laboratory

NFCF Characterization

NFCF Cleanroom

NFCF Room 620