Computer Labs

Computer labs

Biology and physical sciences

Building 19, room 232basic Microsoft Office package

  • some standard mathematical and statistical applications
  • full suite of Chemistry applications
  • a number of installations of ADAM, a graphical anatomy package

Chemistry

Chemistry has two computer labs that are available for both class and study use. These are situated in the new Science Lab Facility in building 17 on the second floor, rooms 207 and 221.

Engineering

Engineering building 69. Labs are listed below:

Internet café 

Room 100A

  • 24/7 facility (needs an OmniLock code from Engineering for out of hours use)
  • 5 workstations for Mechanical Engineering and CAD application use
  • 5 DTU’s (dumb terminals) that can provide either a Browser/Linux/UNIX/Windows shell

Computer science/electrical engineering lab  

Room 106

  • 30 DTU’s (dumb terminals) that can provide either a Browser/Linux/UNIX/Windows shell

Mechanical engineering/general PC lab  

Room 112

  • 17 machines with a full set of Mechanical Engineering and CAD applications

Civil & environmental engineering lab  

Room 113

  • 5 PC’s with Mechanical Engineering, CAD and Transportation orientated applications

Transportation lab  

Room 114

  • 10 PC’s with Mechanical Engineering, CAD and Transportation orientated applications

Electrical engineering labs  

Three labs: room 234 – 18 machines; room 235 – 18 machines and room 237 – 10 machines that are dedicated to Electrical Engineering applications. In most cases, these are connected to data acquisition hardware.

Construction management lab  

Room 315

  • 20 DTU’s that can provide either a Browser/Linux/UNIX/Windows shell

General PC lab  

Room 317

  • Most heavily used teaching classroom in Engineering with 30 machines with the full suite of applications used in the building

Emerald City Computer lab  

Building 98C

  • 5 machines specifically for the Mechanical Engineering workshop

Geology

Geology Computer lab

Building 12, room 104

  • 22 PC’s and 2 Macs with a range of dedicated geology software

Mathematics & statistics

Main teaching lab 

Room 222

  • 36 PCs
  • a range of software with a mathematical or statistical orientation

Smaller computer lab 

Room 137

  • 15 machines with the same range of software with a mathematical or statistical orientation