Facilities

  • Administrative office of Computer Science and Engineering assists with various administrative tasks for undergraduate, graduate students and professors at Building 301-316. View the list of staff members for individual contacts.

  • S-Lab is the place where students can study, develop software, and discuss with each other. Inside, there are central space and 4 separated rooms.

  • It is equipped with dual monitors, Intel Core i7 PCs, printers, etc. It is used in software-related practice classes. If it is not used in class, anyone in the Computer Science of Engineering department can use it freely. In the past, it was called "NT room".

  • It is used for hardware-related practical training classes. Equipment and tools are available such as oscilloscopes, Direct Current power supplies, function generators, multi meters, and intel Core i7 PCs.

  • The Haedong Digital Library consists of Haedong Archives and reading rooms with 230 seats, with the support of Chairman Jeong Sik Kim of Daedeok Electronics, Ltd, a graduate of Electrical Engineering, in October 1996.

  • Departmental room is the main space for undergraduate students. There are dozens of Intel Core i7 PCs that are used to deal with the constant assignments, as well as amenities to relax the eyes, neck and wrists of students which are uncomfortable because of using computers for a long time.

  • Seminar rooms are located in building 301 and 302. Graduate students of the Department of Computer Science can make reservations online.

  • It is a place to manage various servers and work stations, such as a computer server, an integrated account server, a printer server. The undergraduate server is managed by Bacchus, Student club.