Adams Hall is home to the Computer Science Department, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The building features numerous classrooms and labs for student to develop their skills and passion in computing. Summer 2013 will bring a new million dollar laboratory in Large-Scale Information Systems. The lab will be equipped with fully configurable servers, data storage devices, and networking equipment. New high-end cluster servers for memory and processing intensive applications will also be available to students starting Fall 2013. The lab will be used by advanced classes such as: Operating Systems, Networking, Network Security, Secure Systems, Software Engineering, Data mining, Computer Vision, Parallel and Distributed Computing. See below for information on our computer labs.
Adams 204: Linux and Computer Graphics Lab
This lab is used for introductory Programming courses as well as for advanced classes such as Operating Systems, Software Engineering, Programming Languages and Graphics. The lab is equipped with:
- 25 Linux machines
- 5 high-end computers with powerful graphics cards.
Adams 019: Systems, Networking and Security Lab
This lab is used for advanced classes such as: Web Application Development, Network Security, Secure Systems, Database Systems, Networking. The lab is equipped with:
- 16 Windows machines
- 10 Linux machines
- Network router, server and switches
Adams 018: Computer Architecture, Embedded Systems and Mobile Computing Lab
This lab is used for Computer Architecture, Embedded Systems, Assembly language, Mobile Application development classes and Robotics. The lab is equipped with:
- Digitized Oscilloscopes with Spectrum Analyzers
- Digitized Function Generators
- Digitized Power Supplies
- Digital Circuit Design and Microcontroller Boards
ADAMS 018a: Research and Innovation Lab
This lab is used by students working on research and entrepreneurial projects with faculty. The lab is equipped with high-end Windows machines and IMacs.