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The Faculty of Engineering and IT manage more than 30 different computing laboratories across Buildings 2 and 11, with specialist Labs dedicated to various purposes and groups. From May 2016 onwards, there will be no labs available in Building 2 due to construction works.
Students will need to use their student cards, available from the Student Administration Centre in Building 10, to gain entry into FEIT labs. The card access is only activated for students whom have completed their FEIT Safety Induction on UTS Online, which is required once a year.
A number of labs are available to support core teaching activities for faculty academics, the majority of which are found on Level B1 of the Broadway Building. Outside of classes they are available to students 24hrs with card access.
The FEIT Learning Precinct (FLP) is located in Building 11 on Level 5, Room 300 and consists of a vast space separated into sections for students, including group pods, lounges, desks, capstone study areas and meeting rooms with smart boards and projector access.
One lab on Level 6, aptly named the "Graphics" Lab, is a restricted space dedicated to students enrolled in certain subjects focused on CAD Graphics and Game Design. Also on Level 6, the "Professional Presentation" lab offers a front-facing lab configuration which also has restricted access.
On level 7 of the Broadway Building, 4 labs in adjacent spaces are allocated primarily to networking related subjects and accommodate all the specialised networking equipment required for them.
The remaining labs are specialist Capstone, Embedded Digital Systems, Control Lab, Unix projects lab, Telecoms projects lab, Mechanical and systems labs that are designed with additional support infrastructure for specific sections of an engineering degree and are introduced to students as required by their studies.
For more information on particular lab setups please select from one of the following:
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