Computer Science Facilities
GENERAL ACCESS LABORATORY (RTC 131)
The general access laboratory provides open access laboratory support for Computer Science, Engineering, and Technology students and is located on the first floor of the newly renovated Robinson Technology Building in Room 131. It contains 50 brand new 15" flat screen monitor multimedia work stations which include 2.0 USB connections and CD/DVD bays. Each machine provides the general software profile supported by SST. This lab is monitored at all times. All lab policies (found on bulletin board outside door) are strictly enforced. Please report any concerns or issues to either the lab monitor or lab support staff.
PC LABORATORY (RTC-206)
This Laboratory is located in Room 206 on the second floor of Robinson Technology Building and contains 56 pentium multimedia computers, mounted projections system, white board and one instructor's workspace.
UNIX LABORATORY (RTC-207)
This Laboratory is located in Room 207 on the second floor of Robinson Technology Building and contains 14 Ultra 10 SUN workstations, 27 pentium multimedia computers, mounted projections system, white board and one instructor's workspace.
ELECTRONIC CLASSROOMS(RTC-200, 202, & 210)
This badge-accessed secured laboratory provides state-of-the-art data communications and network equipment to support interactive instruction, research of network and technical advances and hands-on training.
NETWORK LABORATORY (RTC-213)
This Laboratory is located in Room 207 on the second floor of Robinson Technology Building and contains 14 Ultra 10 SUN workstations, 27 pentium multimedia computers, mounted projections system, white board and one instructor's workspace. This lab contains:
- 6 2900 Series Switches
- A 6500 Switch w/layer 3 support, in-line power, and intrusion detection system
- 2 4500 Switches/layer 3 support
- 6 2500 Series Routers
- Network testers & tools
- 14 E4500S student workstations
- 24 Training-purposed workstations
- mounted multimedia projection system and white board
This lab area contains mounted projections system, white board and an instructor's workspace. In addition, this space was physically designed with raised floors to facilitate the simulation of network construction.
RESEARCH & IMAGING LABORATORIES (RTC-300 & RTC-302)
These specialized facilities provide innovative research and testing support for Computer Science faculty and upper-level-undergraduate and graduate students. In particular this lab contains hardware and software for:
- Network Research and Defense
- Pervasive computing
- Programmable Radio
- Wireless sensors
- Visualization and simulation technologies and methodologies grid computing
- Software engineering
- and a variety of other computing intensive or research activities.
These laboratories are equipped with mounted multimedia (data/video) projection systems, white boards, an instructor's workspace, student computers (Pentium and SUN), networked printers,routers, switches, hubs, network testers and tools Some of the specialized equipment include:
- SGI servers (Onyx4 and Altix 3000)
- 2x3D Systems
- Haptic Force Feed Back Systems (two Phantom Desktops w/Cyberforce System)
- Immersive Head and Hand System
- Virtual Reality
The student workstations are equipped with C/C++ compiler, web browser, and network utilities.. Permission to access and/or utilize these lab is required.
GRADUATE STUDENT OFFICE SUITE (RTC 305)
The CS Graduate suite is located on the third floor of the newly renovated Robinson Technology Building. This badge-accessed secured suite offers intimate meeting and lounging areas alongside personal offices within a 2,000 sq. ft space designated for Computer Science Graduate Students. Each personal office is equipped with secured storage space, desk, flat panel multimedia workstation containing the general software profile and access to a networked printer and phone. This modular space can be reconfigured or reallocated as projects advance and conclude.