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Research labs

Computer science faculty maintain active programs of scholarship and often involve students in this work. During a semester, this work may involve one or two students; in the summer, teams of four or more students are common.

Separate faculty research labs allow these long-term projects to progress efficiently and effectively.

  • Workstations can be configured for specialized software and environments.
  • Faculty and student researchers have access to systems, independent of class schedules and demands for teaching labs.
  • Teams can post notes, brainstorm ideas, develop "to-do" lists on white boards, without interfering with class notes in classrooms and teaching spaces.
  • When teams meet in different labs, discussions by one research team do not disrupt work by other teams.
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