Department of Computer Science

    Computing Facilities and Computer Networks/Hardware Laboratories

    AUST’s modern Computing and Computer Networks/Hardware Laboratories offer high-end Macintosh, Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile based equipment. Each laboratory capacity ranges from 20 to 46 workstations, and locations are distributed throughout the campus. Most of these labs are open daily, from early morning until late at night.

    These Lab facilities provide an extensive High-Tech suite and a secure work environment for faculty, staff, and students. Instructors can request to have some software/hardware installed in the labs for course use, and can reserve instructional labs for teaching. The instructional labs provide faculty with fully configured computer facilities to deliver an advanced, hands-on learning environment for students.

    Typical existing Software/Hardware packages include:

    • Desktop/Server Operating Systems: Windows, Macintosh, Linux
    • Mobile/Smart Phones Operating Systems: Android, iOS, Windows Mobile
    • Programming Software/Environment: Java, C++, Visual Studio, Eclipse, LabVIEW, Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Silverlight, iOS Platform/ Xcode IDE, Google Android Development Kit for Eclipse
    • Computer Networks Software: Packet Tracer, Websphere, GlassFish, IANA, TCPdump
    • Computer Networks Equipment: Cables, Network Cards, Modems, Routers, Switches
    • Computer Hardware Equipment: Processors, Motherboards, I/O Peripherals, VSAT
    • Browsers: Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari
    • Design Collection: Acrobat Pro, Acrobat Reader, After Effects, Dreamweaver, Final Cut Studio, Fireworks, Flash Player, Illustrator, InDesign, MAYA, Photoshop, Premier, AVID, Movie Maker
    • AutoDesk: 3DS Max Design, AutoCAD
    • Math and Statistics: MATLAB, SPSS Statistics
    • Others: Office, ArcGIS, QuickTime Player, RealPlayer, iTunes, Media Player

    Moreover, AUST campus benefits from a high-speed wireless Internet resources to faculty, students, and staff at no cost. All classrooms are also equipped with LCD projectors along with a PC and internet connection.

    Innovation Center

    The ‘Innovation Center’ is a highly-equipped computer laboratory for AUST students and alumni who want to start tech companies, and where no business plan is required. The interested party has only to bring his/her creative idea and the team, mix it up with the departmental mentorship and human resources capabilities, and as such, the user is running a startup, Silicon Valley style!

    The Innovation Center is equipped with Apple desktops, tablets, and mobile devices. Entrepreneur students can also benefit from all on-campus facilities at no additional cost.

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