American International University-Bangladesh - Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Laboratories

The university has the following labs:

  • Control system Lab
  • Digital Electronics Lab
  • Digital signal processing Lab
  • Electrical circuits Lab
  • Electrical Machines Lab
  • Measurement & Instrumentation Lab
  • Microcomputer Lab
  • Microprocessor Lab
  • Microwave engineering Lab
  • Motor and Transformer Winding Repair Shop
  • PCB Etching Room
  • Industrial and Power Electronics Lab
  • Telecommunications Lab
  • VLSI Lab
  • VHDL & Logic Synthesis Lab
  • Switch gear
  • Project lab
  • Cellular Communication Lab
  • Power system protection Lab
  • Power Electronics Lab
  • Physics Lab
  • Chemistry Lab
  • Language Lab


Library

The library of AIUB is the collection of the knowledge and built up a balanced and rich collection in Business Administration, Science and Technology, Computer, Arts and Social Science. It is an open library system to students of AIUB, which provides rich collection of books including journals, newsletter, thesis works, audio-visual materials and CDs. The total collection of the library is about 50,000 including more than 26,000 books, about 100 journals and other articles, preodicals, CDs, video covering more than 80 academic areas.

The library can accommodate more than 525 students at a time. AIUB library has "Library Management System" the software which has been created by university IT department and now the system is operational.

There are ten terminals through which the students and faculty can search for and locate books that they require. Students ID cards stand as library card. The library is operating on an extensive schedule from 9.00 am to 9.00 pm from Saturday to Thursday, 3:00 pm to 07:00 pm on Friday and 11:00 am to 03:00 pm on Saturday.

Apart from this, the university has established campus library at campus 2 & 7 with seating capacity of 40-45 students. The campus library is established with an intention to extend and diversify the service of the central library. The purpose of the campus library is to provide all kind of necessary services, related to library, to the students of different departments located in the respective campuses. The campus library remains open from 9 am to 5 pm. At each campus library, computer with LMS facility is provided for searching the materials. There is also a person assigned for managing the library operations of each campus library and supervised by the Central Library Librarian.

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