OIST – CSE – Labs and Infrastructure

Computer Science and Engineering Labs and Infrastructure

The Department of Computer Science has a wide range of computing resources and laboratories available to support its educational and research missions. In addition to over 300 workstations, the department has a number of high-end shared-memory multiprocessor compute servers and file servers. Students access this infrastructure through a number of laboratories, including a Microsoft Innovation Center (MIC) and multiple specialized research labs for individual research groups.

In addition to the Microsoft Innovation Center lab and general purpose research laboratories, students involved in specific research projects or courses have access to other dedicated facilities and high-performance research compute nodes.

Lab Insights