Journal on Computing
The School of Computing provides all the computing facilities needed by students on its undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as for academic research work. The School traditionally offers student computing facilities which are among the best in the Serbia, and academics, laboratory organizers and the Computing Support Group make sure that the most appropriate computing systems are available. Research groups within the School also have extensive computing resources of their own and individual access to these may also be possible when students are doing project work.
The School's teaching laboratories are modern and spacious, with over 150 workstations available for students to use at any one time. To ensure our facilities remain state of the art we renew over one-third of the laboratories PCs every year. Students using these facilities can chose to use systems running Windows, Linux or Solaris operating system. All our workstations have flat-screen TFT monitors and fast networking. Those students who prefer to use their own laptops can also have access to high-speed wireless networking with dedicated special areas set aside for such use.
New server equipment at the School of Computing
Other services provided by the School to all students include file storage, email, personal web space, and high-speed Internet access. The workstations are supported by a range of the latest Hewlett-Packard Blade System Intel servers running Windows and Linux connected by fast Ethernet gigabit redundant backbone switches. All students, like staff, have personal email accounts and the use of email and the Internet in general is central to life in the School. There is also a dedicated laboratory for computer networks equipped with more than 60 various Cisco devices.