Computer Science Labs
The Computer Science program maintains three lab facilities with a total of fifty-five desktop computers. Currently, they are Windows machines. The labs are open to all students between 8am and 5pm, and students in CS courses have after-hours key-card access.
Bewkes 109 contains 25 student computers and one instructor station and is primarily used for CS140 and CS219.
Bewkes 107 contains 15 computers and one instructor station and is primarily used for upper-level CS courses.
Bewkes 144 contains 12 computers and one instructor station and is primarily used as a student workspace.
Bewkes 143 - Gaming Lab
Bewkes 143 is the SLU Gaming Lab, which is managed by Kyle Jicha and Professor Choong-Soo Lee.
High Performance Computer
The Computer Science and Biology department was awarded an NSF grant for $179,000 to purchase a high performance computer and a microarray scanner. The computer is an IBM System x3850 and contains:
- 64 Intel Xeon 2.2GHz Processors,
- one terabyte of RAM,
- 1.2 terabytes of hard drive,
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Read the press release.