Computer Science Laboratories

Most computer science courses include a laboratory component where you'll learn to write programs using contemporary tools and techniques. 

General Purpose Laboratories

Several general purpose laboratories are available to all students on campus, on a 24/7 basis.  These include PC laboratories (running Windows XP) and Sun workstation laboratories (running Solaris).

Many of these laboratories are used on a regular basis for instruction. 

CS Systems Laboratory

Certain advanced classes are held in our CS Systems Laboratory.  PCs running Red Hat Linux are used to teach modern operating systems concepts; students learn the internals of an operating system through projects which modify and extend the operating system.  The laboratory includes a projector and whiteboards for conventional class instruction.

CS Secure Computation Laboratory

Certain classes are held in our CS Secure Computation Laboratory in room 3-341 AB.