The Department of Computer Science is located in $14.5 M, 87,000-square foot advanced science and technology hall on campus. The faculty and students enjoy the state-of-the-art of computer labs and equipment. Most of the labs can be accessed by swiping your student ID card at the door.
The smart classrooms on the first floor and second floor can seat up to 35 students. Both the instructor and students have access to his or her own computer during the lecture and lab. The digital projector can display instructor's computer screen, DVD player, or a laptop video output.
The network lab is separate from the campus network for networking and system administration courses. Here the students have access to his/her own workstation and virtual servers, and are encouraged to practice hacking/cracking techniques.
Artificial intelligence/robotics lab
From small LEGO robots to a big robot arm, from a 6-wheel rover to an airborne drone, the students will be exposed to up-to-date equipment and technologies in artificial intelligence and robotics.
Using breadboards, soldering irons, resistors, diodes, and a variety of other devices and electronics, the students receive a formal training on computer organization and architecture.
Undergraduate research lab
The lab is reserved for students participating in undergraduate research project supervised by faculty members. The students have access to computers with dual monitors, a scanner, and other equipment.