The Computer Science Department laboratories are located on the ground floor of building 8 and the second floor of Building 3. All workstations in CS labs are dual-boot and run CentOS 7 Linux and Windows 10 Professional images.
|CentOS 7 Linux||GCC, Eclipse, Stage/Player, MATLAB client, openJDK, Python 2.7, Perl, QT, openssh, mysql|
|Windows 10||LogicAid, PCSpim, JSDK 8, PathSIM, WiniSCP, PUTTY, VirtualBOX, Eclips, Netbean, Visual Studio 2008, MS Office 2010, Python 3.4|
Software Engineering Lab (8-51)
The lab is configured for use by up to nine four-student teams. Each semicircular team table is equipped with a dual-boot workstation running CentOS 7 Linux and Windows 10 Professional images. Each table has power and data connections for three additional portable computers. The lab has wireless internet access, and is equipped with a ceiling-mounted projector and electronic screen that can display the instructor's screen for demonstration purposes. The lab is open to the public when classes aren't using it.
Windows Workstation Lab (8-52)
This lab has 35 dual-boot workstations running CentOS 7 Linux and Windows 10 Professional images. There is a Videodidact Classroom Control System installed that allows the instructor to access and control student workstations. The lab is open to the public when classes aren't using it.
Linux Laboratory (3-2636)
This lab is used for the Computer Science courses to learn the fundamental concepts and implementation of UNIX-based operating systems and programming languages. Courses utilizing Linux as a core operating system use this lab, and a variety of programming languages and software packages provide an optimal environment for Computer Science courses. The lab is locked when classes aren't using it.