Computer Science Labs

A large heterogeneous network of Linux ia32/ia64, Sun RISC, and Hewlett-Packard servers combined with Linux, Windows, and Macintosh workstations supports our instructional programs. Windows workstation laboratories support both lower- and upper-division instruction. High-end laboratories provide access to Linux and RISC servers and workstations. Specialized laboratories support instruction in systems, communications and networking, and computer architecture. A graduate laboratory is designed to provide graduate students with access to a variety of advanced workstations. All students have access to the Internet and the World Wide Web.

RVR 1013

Programming Lab

RVR 5029

Graphics and Intelligent Systems Lab

RVR 2001

Systems/Architecture Lab

RVR 5029A

Senior Project Lab

RVR 2003

Graduate Lab

Software Engineering Lab

RVR 2011

ECS Open Lab

RVR 2003A

Computer Forensics Lab

ARC 1014

ECS Classroom Lab (scheduled classes only)

RVR 2005

Cisco Router & Networking Lab

ARC 1015

ECS Classroom Lab (scheduled classes only)

RVR 2009

Information Assurance & Security Lab

SCL 1208

ECS Open Lab (24/7)

RVR 2013

Programming Lab

SCL 1234

ECS Open Lab

RVR 3009

Architecture Lab

Most labs are not "open" labs; they are reserved for specific Computer Science classes. For information on these labs, contact your instructor or Dr. Weide Chang, Computer Science Lab Coordinator.

ECS Open Labs (RVR 2011 and SCL 1234) have limited hours of availability, please check Open Lab Hours.

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