ZEN208

Computer Laboratory Facilities

 

The Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics has two dedicated computer labs that are used for instruction, and has access to five other computer labs. These labs are available for instruction, and also have open access hours for students. All computers in all labs are refreshed/upgraded every three years.

 

ZEN 210 is a computer lab dedicated to the department. It is equipped with 20 Lenovo laptops, a projector, and smart board. They run Windows 10 and also provide users with the ability to run Linux. The computers are connected to the Internet via wireless connectivity. The lab has a laser printer for use by students and faculty. The following software is installed on these laptops: 

Active Pearl, Adobe Dreamweaver, Android Studio, AppInventer AIStarter, Arduino, AutoIt Window Info, Cartesian Products CPC View ax, CyberCIEGE, Derive, eclipse, filezilla, GAP, Geometry Explorer, IBM SPSS Statistics 24, ITGuru (OPNET EDU), kompozer, MASM32 Editor, MATLAB, Microsoft Office, NetBeans IDE, Notepad++, PCSpim, Python, QtSpim, Riverbed EDU, SciTE Script Editor, Secret Labs (Netduino), TI Connect, Ubuntu Linux, Unity, Visual Studio 2015, Wireshark.

 

ZEN 208 is a computer lab dedicated to the department. It is equipped with 24 desktops, a smart screen, 2 TV screens, and a cabinet housing ezrobots that are being used in introductory programming courses. The desktops run Windows10 and also provide users with the ability to run Linux. The computers are connected to the Internet via wireless connectivity. The lab has a laser printer for use by students and faculty. The following is the list of software installed on the desktops:

Active Perl, Android Studio and Android SDK, MIT AppInventer AIStarter, Allegro Game Libraries, ArcGIS, Arduino, Audacity and Lame, BOINC, Cartesian Products CPC View ax, Core FTP, CyberCIEGE, Derive, Flat Assembler, Geometers Sketchpad, Geometry Explorer, Ghostscript and GSview, IBM SPSS Statistics 23, IrfanView, JMOL, Kompozer, mbldr (Master Boot Loader), Maple 14 and Maple 14 Portal, Mathcad 15, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Silverlight, NetBeans IDE, PathSim, PCspim, PrimoPDF, Python, QTSpim, SAS and SAS Enterprise Guide, STELLA, TeXnicCenter and TeXworks,  Telnet – SSH, Unity, Microsoft Visual Studio 2013, Wireshark

 

D206

Is a lab in the Dreyfus building and is equipped with 22 Computers and is utilized for instruction as well as general student use. Open lab hours change every semester depending on classes scheduled in the lab.

D207

Is a lab in the Dreyfus building and is equipped with 22 Computers and is utilized as an overflow lab, but generally an open lab for student use.

D208

Is a lab in the Dreyfus building and is equipped with 23 Computers and is utilized for instruction as well as general student use. Open lab hours change every semester depending on classes scheduled in the lab.

D209

Is a lab in the Dreyfus building and is equipped with 23 Computers and is utilized for instruction as well as general student use. Open lab hours change every semester depending on classes scheduled in the lab.

D211

A Graphics and Animation lab in the Dreyfus building and is equipped with 18 Computers.

 

All the computers in all labs are connected to the University System for protection in terms of systems security.