The Visualization Lab is primarily used by the computer science seniors working on their Senior Design Projects.
Each student team is encouraged to set up a shared workspace (with PCs and whiteboards) for collaborative work.
The lab is also open to junior and senior computer science majors to work on homework and socialize with other CS majors.
Finally, the lab is equipped with a dual-projector steroscopic 3-D projection system.
The Software Engineering Lab is the main teaching laboratory for the Computer Science major.
It is equipped with 24 PCs in flip-top benches. The monitors and keyboards can be stowed to provide a flat work area for project work, such as hardware activities in CS100 (Computer Practice and Design Studio).
The lab features dual projectors to ensure a good viewing angle from all points in the room.
Finally, the lab is home to the CS major's high-performance Linux cluster, which features a 6-node, 24-core MPI cluster and a 16-core system for shared memory and GPGPU parallel processing.