All students enrolled in the FIB have an institutional email address with format: where name.surname is the user assigned to access the resources of the Faculty. The FIB and the UPC will only use your institutional address to communicate with you. Check periodically for new messages.
more information at: Students email service
UPC has the GSuite for Education, which let you use Google applications such as Gmail, Drive, Meet, Calendar .... These tools helps you to manage your mail, documents, calendar... and share and store them. It also enables communication with teachers.
more information at: GSuite service
You will find computer labs in the basements of the A5, B5 and C6 Campus Nord buildings .
Classroom building A5, basement level 1
Labs with PCs: A5S102, A5S104, A5S105, A5S108, A5S109, and A5S113
Computer labs with a specific environment for subjects that focus on operating systems:: A5S103, A5S111 i A5S112
Classroom building C6, basement level 3
Labs with PCs: C6S301, C6S302, C6S303, C6S306, C6S308 and C6S309
Work group room: C6S307
Classroom building B5, basement level 1 and 2
Labs with PCs: B5S101, B5S201 and B5S202
PCs allow users to connect to the Net and to FIB computers. These PCs run Windows and Linux.
Computers in operating system labs have limited access to the outside world. Access to these computers is restricted to students taking specific subjects that require their use.
more information at:
Before enrolling, you were sent a message with instructions on how to access the e-Secretaria and UPC intranets. You can use the same username and password to access the Racó and all others systems
The way to connect depends on the computer or system you want to connect to:
more information at: Accounts on the PCs and servers
There is a common space for storing files for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X systems. The space allocated to each student is around 600 MB, and it can also be accessed via the Web or from the Racó
more information at: Remote Access to the File Repository
We have summarized all the information that may be useful for you to study from home. We explain how you can work as if you were in FIB Computer labs.