An ongoing $12 million facilities renovation began in 2012, the inaugural year of SEAS. Laboratories and classrooms received new technologies, machinery, and equipment, all of which are accessible to trained undergraduate engineering and computer science students. Hofstra is now home to a wide range of tools that enhance our students' education. As entrepreneurship is an integral focus of the program, technologies such the 3-D printer laboratory allows students to create prototypes and experiment with projects at early stages in their careers.
Below are some technologies we are proud to feature in our Computer Science laboratories. Visit hofstra.edu/engfacilities for information on engineering facilities.
Big Data Lab
The purpose of the Big Data Lab is to educate students in all aspects of large and distributed information systems and, thus prepare them for highly-skilled jobs in emerging and fast growing IT industries.Learn More
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.Learn More
The Cybersecurity Innovation and Research Center provides a ‘war room’ environment with a cyber range and virtual environment where students can engage in cyber attack scenarios.Learn More
Gaming and Graphics Lab
16 graphics machine with NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, Unity game developing software.
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.Learn More
Research and Innovation Lab
Funded by cost-share for NSF-CPATH-0829641 grant (Simona Doboli, PI; Gerda Kamberova, co-PI; and Xiang Fu, co-PI)Learn More
Systems, Networking and Security Lab
This lab is used for advanced classes such as: Web Application Development, Network Security, Secure Systems, Database Systems, Networking.Learn More