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Computer Science

Computer Labs

 Overview of Services:

All City College Computer Science and Computer Engineering students are entitled to accounts. These accounts will provide access to our labs.

Facilities

Student Computer Labs:

Schedules:

Regular Schedules

Student Labs

NAC 7/105
NAC 7/118
NAC 7/107

Monday - Thursday:

12pm - 8pm
12pm - 8pm
Classes

Friday:

12pm - 5pm
12pm - 5pm
Classes

Saturday

CLOSED
CLOSED
CLOSED


Computer Science WINDOWS Lab

32 Dell Optiplex GX 990;
1 HP LaserJet P4515n;50 pages / month

[MS Visual.net] [MatLab 7] [MS Office] [PLT Scheme] [IBM Websphere Studio] [Eclipse]

NA 7/118

[M-T-W-Th-12pm-8pm]
[F-12pm-5pm]

Computer Science
LINUX Lab

12 Dell Optiplex GX 960; 6 Dell Optiplex 745;
1 HP Laserjet 4250

[CentOS] [general Unix applications] [Matlab] [MaxPlus II]

NA  7/105

[M-T-W-Th-12pm-8pm]
[F-12pm-5pm]

Computer Science LINUX Lab

32 Dell Optiplex GX 990
1 HP LaserJet P4515

[CentOS] [general Unix applications] [Matlab] [MaxPlus II]

NA  7/106 

[M-T-W-Th-12pm-8pm]
[F-12pm-5pm]

Computer Science WINDOWS Lab

32 Dell Optiplex GX 960; 1 HP LaserJet 4250;50 pages / month

[MS Visual.net] [MatLab 7] [MS Office] [PLT Scheme] [IBM Websphere Studio] [Eclipse]

NA 7/107

[M-T-W-Th-1pm-7pm]

Computer Science
Architecture  WINDOWS / LINUX Lab

4 Dell Precision Workstations;
4 IBM Workstations

[[MS Visual.net] [MatLab 7] [MS Office] [PLT Scheme] [IBM Websphere Studio] [Eclipse]
[Red Hat Enterprise] [general Unix applications] [Matlab] [MaxPlus II]

NA  7/103

[M-T-W-Th-F-11am-7pm]

Computer Science
Operating Systems
WINDOWS / LINUX Lab

8 Dell Optiplex GX260; 20 Sun 100 Workstations

[Sun Solaris 9] [general Unix applications] [Matlab] [MaxPlus II][Red Hat
Enterprise] [general Unix applications] [Matlab] [MaxPlus II]

NA  7/309


Computer Science
CAISS
LINUX Lab

8 Dell Optiplex GX 745

[Ubuntu] [general Unix applications] [Matlab] [Magma]

SH 278 



Policy:

The department maintains certain policies with regard to the use and security of its computer systems, including the network. Violations of these policies may result in the immediate suspension of computer account and network access pending investigation of circumstances and may lead to their eventual revocation.

1. No department system may be used for purposes that violate University statutes or regulations, or for illegal or criminal purposes.
2. Unauthorized attempts to gain access are not permitted.
3. Computer and network accounts provide access to personal, confidential data. Therefore, individual accounts cannot be transferred to or used by another individual. Sharing passwords is not permitted.
4. No department system may be used as a vehicle to gain unauthorized access to other systems.
5. Any user who finds a possible security lapse on any department system must report it to the system administrators.
6. Please keep in mind that many people use department systems for daily work. Obstructing this work by consuming gratuitously large amounts of system resources (disk space, CPU time, print quotas, network bandwidth) or by deliberately crashing the machine(s) will not be tolerated.
7. Use of any department system by outside individuals or organizations requires special permission from the systems administrator.
8. Use of department systems for commercial purposes, except where explicitly approved, is strictly prohibited.
9. Frivolous, disruptive, or inconsiderate conduct in computer labs or terminal areas is not permitted.
10. Food and drinks are also not permitted in computer labs.
11. Copying, storing, displaying, or distributing copyrighted material using University systems or networks without the express permission of the copyright owner, except as otherwise allowed under the copyright law, is prohibited.
12. No e-mail may be sent or forwarded through a University system for purposes that violate University statutes or regulations or for an illegal or criminal purpose.