Computer Science Labs

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.

Visualization Lab

View of KEC119 - Software Engineering Lab

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.