Many laboratories are at disposal of the department’s students, like the Data Base Laboratory, the Bioinformatics Laboratory, the Distributed and Parallel Computing Laboratory, the Eclipse Laboratory, the Logics, Artificial Intelligence and Formal Methods Laboratory, the Interaction Techniques Laboratory and the Computer Vision Laboratory.
The buildings and the technological resources are very effective. The teachers and students may use the local computer network (and the local server), with high capacity of processing and memory. There are hundreds of pc's connected to the USP network, besides the USP wireless service (free of charges for students and teachers use) that covers all the campus. In the Center for Computation Teaching, the students have acces to 115 computers, 3 printers, 2 projectors and a television.
In addition to the available technology, it's also possible to keep updated making the most of the Carlos Benjamin de Lyra Library, considered to be one of the most complete libraries of Latin America concerning the Mathematics area. It's focused on Mathematics, Statistics and Computation and bring together about 90 thousands items.
It was recently created the FLOSS Competence Center (CCSL), which intends to encourage the free and open source software development and use outside the University. The program counts on funding agencies to finance these laboratories and the research activity in general.