The Engineering Laboratory is where our specialist units in Computer Engineering, Network Engineering, and Physics are taught. It is equipped with various instrumentation such as oscilloscopes, and PC's set up for working with Raspberry Pi's and Arduino units.
Human Centred Computing Laboratory
The HCC Lab space provides a state of the art human observation laboratory consisting of an observation space, control room, briefing room, workstations and high-end computing facilities to analyse video, audio and physiological sensor data. This space is designed for interdisciplinary research at the intersection of computer science, engineering, health technology, psychology, sports technology and design. The HCC Lab also features a briefing/debriefing space and a work room with high-end computing facilities to analyse the data.
The Faculty's Innovation Lab is our specialist computer lab, specifically created to teach our units in Mobile Technology, Games Programming, and various project work. It is equipped with higher-powered PC'sand specialist software.
Our Network Engineering Workshop is a dedicated space for Student Project work, specifically our BENSE students. This gives these students a space to work with all manner of equipment and supports our work with Drones, WiFi Networks, and Sensor equipment.
The Robotics workshop is a small, but growing space used for our work in Robotics. It is a space for our small dedicated team of Staff and Students work work on various projects in Robotics and Robot-Human interaction.
The Human-Centred Technology Research Centre operates advanced servers and GPUs for high-computational load research. These include servers with 256GB RAM, 64TB hard disk space and Nvidia GPUs such as the K80 or Titan Xp. The HCT Research Centre also operates a dedicated research data storage server with a current capacity of 200TB.
Maths and Stats Help Centre (MaSH)
The MASH (Maths and Stats Help) centre provides drop-in learning support for mathematics and statistics for students across the University. These drop-in sessions run Monday to Friday each week during the semester, and a more limited service is available during winter term.
More information can be found on the Study Skills website