Laboratory Facilities

The Department of Computer Science and Mathematics has six computer labs in this building for use by the students.

General Purpose Lab

ECSC 228 has 30 HP computers (Intel Core i7-7700 CPU @ 3.6 GHz, 16 GB memory and 1TB Hard drive). It is primarily used for CS 150 and CS 151, though other computer science classes also use this laboratory. Sometimes it is reserved for special computer science sessions. Windows 10 Pro, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Office 2016 are installed on these computers. More Pictures


Cybersecurity Lab1

Room 231 has 24 Dell OptiPlex DFF Desktops (Model: 3010 and 3020, Intel Core i5-3470/4590 CPU @3.1 GHz, 8 GB Memory and 500 GB Hard Drive) and 7 industrial control panels. The industrial panels are used to provide hands-on experience in Physical Security. ECSC 231 is used for Cyber Security Laboratory related hands-on activities virtually. This virtual platform is from the NDG NetLAB+ . This platform provides our students with laboratory experiences on number of cybersecurity and computer science topics in an online environment. Our students conduct experiments in NISGTC Security+, NISGTC Network Security, NISGTC Forensics, NISGTC Ethical Hacking, CSSIA CompTIA Security+. This laboratory is also used by our academic partners at a distance.



Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Biocybernetics lab

Room 233 has equipment for this lab that was procured through funding from two NSF projects. The lab provides equipment support for courses such CS 300 Computer Logic, CS323 Artificial Intelligence, 480 Introduction to Robotics, CS495 Biocomputing and Bioinformatics, and CS496 Neuroinformatic and Brain-Computer Interface. The lab houses various types of robots, bio-signal processing equipment, and software systems for Artificial Intelligence. The lab has eight rack workstations each with a PC controller.


Software Engineering and Others

ECSC 307 is used for Software Engineering, Intelligent Systems and Embedded Systems hands-on activities. We have 15 Dell Precision SFF Workstation computers, and they are running Windows 10 Pro and Ubuntu Linux (Dual Boot) to provide a diverse OS experience.



Programming Lab

ECSC 309 houses the UNIX/Linux lab, consisting of 25 Dell Precision Tower SFF workstations (Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5 CPU @ 3.30 GHz, 16 GB Memory and 500 GB Hard Drive). These were procured in 2016 and each workstation runs the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 and is connected to a RHEL server. This lab is an open lab for anyone who has an account on the server (each student taking computer science courses numbered 151 or higher is given a UNIX account). Most computer science courses numbered 151 and higher require students to write programs. Occasionally, an instructor may reserve this lab for special computer science sessions. NetBeans is installed on these computers for programming in Java, C/C++ and other languages.



Cybersecurity Lab2

Room 310 has 7 Dell Precision Tower 5800 workstation computers (Intel Xeon E5-1607 v3 CPU @ 3.10 GHz, 8 GB Memory and 500 GB Hard Drive) running Windows 10 Pro and Ubuntu (Dual Boot). ECSC 310 houses cybersecurity laboratory units/workstations – 3 Industrial Control Panels, 3 Forensics Units (3 Dell OptiPlex 780 desktop computers with Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 CPU @ 3.0 GHz, 8 GB Memory and 1TB Hard Drive) running Windows 7 Pro), and 2 enterprise/network security units, all from Marcraft ( These workstations/units are used to provide our students with hands-on laboratory experiences on application security, industrial control/IoT security, enterprise security, forensics. network security and ethical hacking (

Data Science / Machine Learning Facility

The Data Science remote servers are in the Data Center in UCITS as well as three state of the art workstations designed for deep learning projects ( link to Data Science / Machine Learning Facility)


IBM Software

As a part of IBM Academic Initiative, the Computer Science and Mathematics department installed IBM Software Trio (SPSS Modeler Premium, ILOG, and I2 Analyst Notebook) on 77 lab computers in Engineering Computer Science Complex for student and faculty use.

 ➢ IBM ILOG CPLEX Optimization Studio is a prescriptive analytics solution that enables rapid development and deployment of decision optimization models using mathematical and constraint programming.

➢ IBM Security i2 Analyst's Notebook is a visual analysis tool that provides innovative features such as connected network visualizations, social network analysis, and geospatial or temporal views to help you uncover hidden connections and patterns in data.

➢ IBM SPSS Modeler empowers organizations to tap into data assets and modern applications, with complete algorithms and models that are ready for immediate use. It's suited for hybrid environments to meet robust governance and security requirements






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