The facilities in the Institute are primarily located in the Hessert Center for Aerospace Research as well as the White Field Laboratory.  These modern buildings include laboratories, computer facilities, fully staffed machine and electronics shops, faculty and student offices, and conference and meeting rooms.

The research facilities include numerous high-quality subsonic, transonic and supersonic wind tunnels, as well as specialty facilities such as a high-speed heated anechoic jet facility, an anechoic open-jet wind tunnel, and an atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnel. Specialized laboratories focus on particle dynamics, optical measurements, digital time-series acquisition and image processing, and computational fluid dynamics.

Hessert Research Facility  
The Hessert Laboratory for Aerospace Research provides office space for 12 faculty, up to six post-doctoral associates and visiting faculty, and 50 graduate students. It has two conference rooms and a computer terminal room. It has a large machine shop and electronics shop. Its laboratory space is divided between a Main Lab on the upper level, and smaller labs on the lower level.
The Hessert Laboratory has both a rich history as well as enormous present-day capabilities. Follow the links below to lean more.

White Field Research Facility.

The Hessert Laboratory for Aerospace Research - White Field is the newest addition to the Institute for Flow Physics and Control. This state-of-the-art 25,000 square foot facility features a conference room, model shop, and offices for 17 people. However, the real value of White Field lies in its research capabilities with the following laboratories: