The following computer labs are available for use by Computer Science students.
Computer Science Dept. Lab
Fulton Hall Room 160
This lab is staffed and administered by the Computer Science department for use by students taking Computer Science courses. It is also used as a teaching lab for the department's short courses. The lab was fully renovated in 2011, with new carpeting, painting, and furniture. The lab contains 20 Apple iMac Intel computers, ample table space for user laptops, a central server, and a high-end HP laser printer. Each lab computer is capable of operating Apple OS X or Windows 7. The lab director is Professor William Ames.
Computer Architecture Lab
Fulton Hall, Room 114
The Computer Architecture lab has five dual-boot Apple iMacs each configured with Xilinx ISE, and XESS boards with Xilinx FPGAs. Students in CS 272 use the lab for designing combination and sequential circuits. Students in CS 372 use the lab for designing pipelined datapaths and processors. The lab director is Professor Katherine Lowrie.
Security and Distributed Systems Lab
Maloney Hall, Room 563
This lab is used to study computer security and distributed systems software. it contains four four Apple iMac computers running combinations of OS X, Windows, and linux OS. The lab director is Professor Robert Signorile.
This lab, operated by Information Technology, contains approximately 150 Macintosh and PC computers. The systems in the CTRC lab are configured with software in support of several introductory Computer Science courses. The lab is open to the entire BC community.