The Master on Artificial Intelligence is taught in a building for the exclusive use of CIIA-UV, located in Sebastián Camacho No. 5, Xalapa, Ver. In this building, the master’s students have the following infrastructure:
- Classroom: Capacity for 25 students, which has adequate lighting for the type of activity that takes place in it, a white board, an electronic blackboard, a video projector, an overhead projector and internet connection. This space allows to meet the teaching needs for two generations of students simultaneously.
- Auditorium: Capacity for 50 people, it has a professional high resolution video projector, projection screen, white board, 21 ”television and VHS video recorder. This space is generally used for the presentation of degree exams, research seminars, conferences or the exhibition of audio visual material.
- Library: An important space for the development of the master’s students’ work, which has a reading area (indoor) with capacity for 20 people as well as a living room (outdoor) for 5 people and a white board. The collection in Artificial Intelligence consists of 822 titles and 80 theses, additionally having access to the central university library, which offers the university search system (unicorn), which allows consulting both information on the collections housed in the 59 libraries located in the five regions of the university. There are electronic subscriptions to magazines and digital book collections
- Computer Center:Currently, the AI lab has 18 personal computers with high-speed internet access and two network switches. Each teacher has at least one personal computer (including desktop and laptop computers). The CIIA has 18 printers, 2 scanners and multifunctional devices distributed throughout the building. For internet access, there are rosettes distributed throughout the building and there are 4 own access points and 2 university access points (RIUVB) that provide wireless network service to laptops and mobile devices to students and teachers. There is enough equipment, however the orientation of the graduate requires a periodic update of the available computing resources. As mentioned,
- Robotics Laboratory , is dedicated to carrying out practices and projects that involve the use of robotic platforms and / or hardware development; This space has 2 commercial Pioneer robots, five Khepera robots, a Sun Ultra 40 workstation, a work table, an oscilloscope, a digital multimeter, various tools, various electronic components and two arenas for experimentation with robots.