State of the Art Facilities
From the very start of their undergraduate career, computer science and engineering students at the DeMatteis School have access to state-of-the art technologies, machinery, and equipment. Thanks to an ongoing $12 million facilities renovation that began in 2012, Hofstra is home to seventeen laboratories including our new Mechatronics Laboratory and Big Data Laboratory, our Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory (featuring among other advanced technologies an Atomic Force Microscope), the Ultrasound Research Laboratory and the Particle Image Velocimetry System now available in our Aerodynamics & Transport Phenomena Laboratory. The availability of a highly advanced 3-D Printer Laboratory also allows students to create prototypes for industrial products or research projects.
To learn more about our state-of-the-art engineering and computer science facilities: