The CIT acquired over 20 of the most cutting edge laboratories in the world. The following are the labs dedicated to computer science and Software Engineering students.
The mission of the IRML is two-fold:
The IRML hosts various hardware and software such as:
The PC and workstation in the lab are configured with the following software:
The Bioinformatics Laboratory is designed to prepare students to serve the computational biology community in the UAE, especially in the areas of genomics and proteomics. The lab provides students and researchers with access to software, and technical support related to computational biology. Several Lab components are taught in the Bioinformatics lab such as CSBP431, CSBP411, ITBP480 and ITBP481. The lab is equipped by the following software/hardware:
Grid/Cloud computing is one of the most exciting and promising directions in which computation philosophy has shifted from the use of personal computer or individual server to a grid/cloud of computers. Users of the grid/cloud are only concerned with the computing services being asked for. The underlying details and how it is achieved is hidden by a distributed grid/cloud computing infrastructure. The activities are mainly focused on, but not limited to, teaching and research in the following domains: High Performance Computing, Cloud Computing, Grid Computing, Distributed Computing, Peer-to-Peer Computing, Distributed Data Mining, Distributed Ontology Mapping, Security in Grid and Cloud computing, Web services and Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and ELearning. The lab is equipped by the following hardware/software:
The Robotics lab lets the students design, build and program their own robots, in a specially equipped laboratory. The lab feature state of the art equipment such as:
The Robotics lab is designed to allow students to integrate and/or apply the concepts learned in classes such as Programming, Signal Processing, Image Processing/Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Wireless Communication & Security, and Embedded System Design. Students will get first-hand experience of the “real world,” from robot design, to social interaction, negotiation, group dynamics, cooperation, and competition.
The Software Engineering Lab is equipped to enable students to practice the core principles of software construction and maintenance which includes the fundamental software processes and lifecycle, requirement analysis, software engineering methodologies and standard notations, principals of software architecture and reuse, software quality frameworks and validation, software development and maintenance environment. The lab contains 20 (Dell OptiPlex 960) workstations. The PCs in the lab are configured with the following software: Internet Explorer, Microsoft Virtual PC 188.8.131.52. Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, , Publisher, Access, InfoPath Designer, InfoPath Filler, OneNote and share-Point Workspace. For All machines, the Virtual PC “WindowsXPVM” is configured with the following software: IBM Rational Software Architect Standard Edition, Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, Netbeans IDE 6.9.1, and Adobe Reader 9. Lab components are taught in the lab such as SWEB319, SWEB423, SWEB401, ITBP480 and ITBP481.
These two Sun OS environment Workstations running the Solaris Operating Environment (a.k.a. Sun‘s version of Unix) used for instruction of UNIX-based courses. Besides the exposure to UNIX-like environments and commands, students also learn in these labs the distributed systems issues inherent to UNIX operating system and may simulate parallel processing across the network of workstations available in these labs, particularly as the workstations are sitting on a dedicated VLAN.
The two general computing labs are equipped with 15 Intel Windows-based PCs. The following software packages are installed on each machine:
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