In recent years rapidly developing information-oriented society, higher levels of information-handling skills are required whether in the humanities or in the sciences. The Information Processing Center is a shared facility where students can gain practical training in information processing to develop skills expected of engineers.
The Information Processing Center consists of two seminar rooms, each equipped with about 50 computers and a 100-inch screen. It is used for classes and seminars on various Windows applications, programming languages such as VB and C, file handling on UNIX, how to use e-mail, and so on. Students can also use e-mail, e-learning, and the Internet there.
In order to offer an environment for self-study, the seminar rooms are open to students on Saturday, Sunday and holidays as well as during unoccupied school hours.