The School of Computing and Information Systems occupies Building V on the Launceston campus, half of the Centenary Building and all of the Computing & Information Systems Building on the Hobart campus. MSc and PhD students in the School of Computing and Information Systems share offices and are provided with necessary office equipment and desktop computers. Students also have access to the School's general facilities such as photocopying, mailing stores etc.
The School has extensive computing resources, including Apple Macintosh Intel and IBM-compatible personal computers. All systems in the School are connected to the Australian Academic and Research Network (AARNet) which connects universities and research organizations in Australia to the Internet. You will have a personal proximity card and keys that will give you access to the building and your office at any time.
Excellent technical support is available within the School to assist with the supply and maintenance of appropriate hardware and software to support the research being carried out within the School.
You will have access to periodicals and monographs housed in libraries located in close proximity to the School of Computing & Information Systems. In Launceston, the library servicing the campus is within easy walking distance and in Hobart a specialized Science and Technology library is located in the same building However, increasingly library services are offered electronically to the desktop, including provision for remote document delivery. View the library site.
The School undertakes collaborative research with a range of organizations outside the university, including the Smart Internet Cooperative Research Centre, Sonardata Pty Ltd, the University of Southampton (UK), and the Université du Québec, Montréal (Canada). It also has internal collaborative links with the Schools of Pharmacy; Aquaculture; Accounting & Corporate Governance; English, European Languages & Journalism; History & Classics; Geography & Environmental Studies; the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre; the Centre for Forestry; Menzies Research Institute; the University Library and the Tasmanian Aquaculture & Fisheries Institute.
Authorised by the Head of School, Computing & Information Systems
16 May, 2012