Purpose-built labs for Computer Science are well equipped with a mix of modern Linux, Windows PC and Apple systems, as well as specialised high-speed networking and monitoring equipment. The School’s dedicated server room caters for production and experimental systems and hosts a wide variety of modern, enterprise-grade server and storage equipment.
A range of virtual and physical server resources are in place and three dedicated clusters are available to support a variety of computationally intensive research activities. The School has in-house facilities, supported by extensive expertise, for fabricating experimental electronic devices and physical components through 3D printers and CNC systems. There is also a dedicated HCI laboratory with specialist equipment including:
- Wacom Cintiq devices
- a range of current generation mobile and tablet devices
- eye and motion tracking hardware
- a Microsoft Surface Hub
- a number of novel interface technologies.
Find out more about facilities at the School of Computer Science.