College of Computing and Software Engineering Lab Centers

 

  • Main Lab Center

    The Main Lab is an open and collaborative-friendly environment that is available to all KSU students and is equipped with computer desktops, tables with power outlets, copier/printer, paper shredder, etc.

    Location: Atrium, J Building – Room 263

    Hours:
    Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
    Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • Game Lab Center

    The Game Lab is an open gaming center that is available to all KSU students for academic and recreational use. Gaming equipment and accessories are on hand for check-out and can be issued by the Lab Assistant – Technician on duty. 

    Location: Atrium, J Building – Room 202

    Hours:
    Monday – Thursday, 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.
    Friday, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
    Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

    • G.U.I.T.A.R Lab

      Games User Interaction Tangible Animations & Realities Lab. 

      Please contact G.U.I.T.A.R. Lab Director Rongkai Guo for more information about this lab: 

    • Tutoring Lab Centers

      The College of Computing and Software Engineering (CCSE) Tutoring Lab provides tutoring for all undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in ACST, CS, CSE, IT, CGDD & SWE courses. For more information, please visit the Tutoring Lab Center page

      If you need help when no tutor is available, please see the Lab Manager in the Main Lab Center for assistance.  

    • Job Opportunities

      If you are interested in working for the CCSE Lab Centers, please check Handshake for the following positions:

      • CCSE  Lab Assistant – Grader
      • CCSE  Lab Assistant – Lab Technician
      • CCSE  Lab Assistant – Teaching Assistant
      • CCSE  Lab Assistant – Tutor

    • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

      The CCSE Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environment is virtualization technology that hosts a desktop operating system on a centralized server in our data center. CCSE offers two types of VDI environments: persistent and nonpersistent. Persistent VDI (assigned based on class) provides each user with his or her own desktop image, which can be customized and saved for future use, much like a traditional physical desktop. Nonpersistent VDI (CCSE Standard) provides a pool of uniform desktops that users can access when needed. Nonpersistent desktops revert to their original state each time the user logs out. 

    • Customer Service

      If you desire to give and/or provide feedback on a tutor's performance, whether in the classroom or Tutoring Lab, please contact Svetlana Dimova: 

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