Computer Science and Engineering Lab provide following facilities –
There are more than 300 terminals with a range of state-of-the-art software applications spread across a variety of labs for students to use. Lab studies include an introduction to computer programming; object-oriented programming; software engineering; database management systems, digital design, engineering graphics and so on.
SEAS Software details: Matlab 2015b, Cadence, National Instrument 2015 (full version with Hardware kits), Auto CAD(Student Versions), Oracle, Xilinx ISE 14.7, Code Composure Studio V6.0.
It is for research, development and practical experience in the field of Communication and Signal Processing. Students learn software like LABView, Code composure studio, MATLAB etc. With these resources, they develop different applications, algorithms, prototypes and models for different aspects of communication and signal processing.
The lab’s major thrust areas include subjects such as signals and system; analog and digital communication; wireless communication; digital signal processing; elective courses such as mobile communication; image processing, machine learning; and VLSI signal processing.
Major thrust areas for research and development include students’ course projects and final year projects in their B. Tech programmes; projects related to specialised elective subjects; Ph. D work based on CSP research; and industry- or institution-sponsored R&D activity.
Software Tools: National Instruments Software Bundle 2015 (Includes Labview 2015 and other utility software/drivers), MATLAB R2015b, Xilinx ISE 14.7, Code Composure Studio V6.0, GNU Radio, Scilab.
Hardware Resources: NI myRIO Board with Mechatronics and Embedded Kit/ Accessories (Qty-4), NI cRIO 9063 with chassis and related accessories (Qty-1), NI USRP RIO- 2953R (Qty-1), NI Virtual Bench with accessories (Qty-10), Ettus research N210 USRP (Qty-4), Ettus research X310 USRP (Qty-1); Wide range of daughter boards, various antenna sets, GPS octo-clock etc. from Ettus research for USRP; TI DSP processor TMS320C6748 + OMAP L318 (Qty-2).
Data Science and Analytics Laboratory
Supports research and experiments in newly developed interdisciplinary programmes combining applied mathematics, statistics, computer science with various enterprise functions in fields such as finance, marketing, retail, agriculture and many more. The lab’s major thrust areas include subjects such as data mining, data analytics, big data analytics, data visualization, and high-performance computing.
It aids student experimentation and practical experience, as well as research and development in fields such as basic electronics, embedded system design, and mechatronics. In this lab, students learn to work withs basic hardware utilities such as function generators, oscilloscopes and different power supplies, as well as development kits such as microprocessors, microcontrollers, digital logic design boards and Xilinx FPGA kits. Students use these resources to develop applications, hardware prototypes and models for various aspects of analog and digital electronics.
Major thrust areas for the lab include subjects as such basic electronics, digital electronics, embedded system design, computer organisation (microprocessor laboratory) and mechatronics.
The lab’s major thrust areas in research and development include projects across courses in B. Tech programmes, B. Tech final year projects, and sponsored R&D.
Software tools available: AVR Studio and Programmer, Logisim, Xilinx ISE.
VLSI and Embedded Systems laboratory
The VLSI and Embedded Systems Lab, jointly with the Electronics Lab, provides all the hardware and software resources required for experiments and projects related to courses including (but not limited to) digital design, computer organization, embedded system design, VLSI design, VLSI sub-system design and more. The lab is equipped to support any final year B. Tech projects within its purview. Some of its resources include: