Office: (979) 862-2099
Fax: (979) 845-2768
Astronomical Instrumentation Lab
College Station, Texas 77843-4242
Our lab is located in the Charles R. ‘62 & Judith G. Munnerlyn Astronomical Laboratory and Space Engineering Building (MASS) at the corner of University Dr. and Asbury St. on Texas A&M University’s Main Campus.
|Darren DePoy||Professor||depoy@physics.||MASS 204||(979) 862-2082|
|Jennifer Marshall||Assistant Professor||marshall@||MASS 203||(979) 862-2782|
|Luke Schmidt||Associate Research Scientist||lschmidt@||MASS 208||(979) 845-4401|
|Ryan Oelkers||Assistant Research Scientist||ryan.oelkers@||MASS 206|
|Erika Cook||Electrical Engineer||ecook@||MASS 209D||(979) 845-6140|
|Mary Anne Limbach||Graduate Student||malimbach@physics.||MASS 209B|
Visiting the Lab
The Astronomical Instrumentation Lab is not open to the public. If you are visiting the lab we have the following parking recommendations. There are several locations with guest parking and a kiosk for payment.
This map shows all of the locations, anywhere with a blue ‘P’ has a visitor pay kiosk. First choice is the North Side Garage, as it is right next to the lab, however depending on when you arrive, it can be very busy or full.
There is also a city parking garage that is a relatively short walk.
Lot 30c is also fairly close to the lab, but has limited visitor spots (15 spaces).