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Electronics Design Laboratory

Electronics Design Laboratory
Kansas State University
124 Burt Hall
1220 N MLK Jr Drive
Manhattan, KS 66506-0400


Contact Us

EDL is located in the west wing of the first floor of Burt Hall. The main electronics lab is in room 128, and the Director's office is across the hall in room 124. A Client Parking stall is located near the northeast corner of Lot A28 (between Rathbone Hall and Ackert Hall).  Please ask for a special parking pass for the client stall.

Please contact us if you have questions or comments, or to see how we can assist with your projects.

Russell Taylor
Russell D. Taylor (BSEE, MSEE)

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Russell Taylor is an Electrical Engineer with over 20 years of design experience. He specializes in embedded control and data acquisition systems, FPGA, and software design.

His designs have been utilized in both the Fermilab Run IIb and Run IIb Layer 0 silicon detector readout path. Russell has overseen testing of components for the Compact Muon Solenoid experiment at CERN. He has completed over 40 projects at EDL overseeing more than 20 student interns.

Before his appointment to Kansas State University Russell developed control and embedded systems for the Funk Manufacturing division of John Deere and for Halliburton Energy Services. He holds 2 patents in the area of oil field stimulation equipment and one patent in the field of agriculture transmission control. Russell's skills in mixed-signal design and embedded processing and control provide a valuable compliment to EDL's sensor and analog design core.


Rick St. Jacques (BSEE)

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Rick joined the EDL as an intern in the fall of 2023, and began full time after graduating Kansas State University in December of 2023 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in electronics and communications.  Rick has experience as an electrical engineering intern with 
Bernhard TME.