Facilities and Equipment
The ElectroScience Laboratory (ESL) at The Ohio State University (OSU) is a premier university center in the College of Engineering devoted to world-class electromagnetic scattering, antennas, propagation, remote sensing, wireless, signal processing, sensor fusion, THz, and photonics research areas.
Established in 1941, ESL is one of the oldest and largest Radio Frequency (RF) /Optics laboratories in the United States. The center is comprised of 15 faculty, 12 researchers, 10 administrative staff, 77 graduate students, and 13 undergraduate students. And every summer several undergrads are recruited from diverse backgrounds to gain research experience at our center.
The ESL Complex consists of two buildings housed at the OSU Columbus west campus:
- A 20,000-square-foot, 70-year-old building.
- A 40,000-square-foot building that was occupied in April 2011.