Computer Science offices, research spaces and teaching labs are located on the 1st, 2nd and 6th floors of the Math Sciences (MS) Building and the 5th, 6th and 7th floors of the Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) Building.
The main undergrad lab is located on the first floor of the Math Sciences Building and is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week to all members of the Department. This space includes laser printers, Windows and Linux PCs and a Continuous Tutorial (CT) area. In order to gain access to the UG Lab outside University hours (Mon-Fri 08:30-16:30) you must have a Unicard. There are additional course specific UG labs on the 1st and 2nd floors of Math Sciences and the 5th floor of ICT. Please also refer Teaching Lab information, which outlines locations, access, number of computers, etc.
University of Calgary photo ID card: Unicard
A valid Unicard is required to gain access to card located areas and may be obtained from Dining Centre 18 (DC 18). Keep your card with you as it must be shown on demand to any officer or agent of the University
- The undergrad labs exist for CPSC related course work. Please respect those around you by keeping noise levels to a minimum.
- Food and drink are strictly banned from all undergrad labs. Game playing is also prohibited. Those found in violation risk account suspension.
Each research group has a designated lab area for use by its researchers, visitors and graduate students. Permission to access these labs by other groups or individuals must be approved by the faculty members to whom the space belongs.
Offices, labs and open areas in ICT and on the 6th floor of MS are restricted to faculty, researchers, staff and grad students unless by appointment or special permission.
Our undergraduate teaching labs can be used for general purpose and distributed computing. Most labs are opened 24 hours a day and can be accessed after hours using your UCID card.
The computer science department maintains a number of teaching labs with Windows and Linux desktop computers for both general computing purposes as well as for course-specific purposes. All rooms on the first floor of Math Science are available for use by students. Other teaching labs outside the first floor of Math Science are special purpose labs limited to use by students enrolled in specific courses.
All lab spaces are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to all computer science students, subject to course reservations posted by the doors, maintenance windows, or other reservations.
If you plan on using our teaching lab workstations for a distributed job or if you plan on using a room for an event, please contact us at the Help Desk in MS151 or email: email@example.com.
|MS 100 - Main Lab Space||24 Hour Access||Linux||Intel x86_64||139||Undergraduates, Graduates, Faculty, Staff|
|MS 160 - Teaching Lab||24 Hour Access||Linux||Intel x86_64||31||Undergraduates, Graduates, Faculty, Staff|
|MS 176 - Teaching Lab||24 Hour Access||Linux||Intel x86_64||25||Undergraduates, Graduates, Faculty, Staff|
|MS 119 - Teaching Lab||24 Hour Access||Windows||Intel x86_64||41||Undergraduates, Graduates, Faculty, Staff|
|MS 156 - HCI Lab||24 Hour Access||Windows||Intel x86_64||28||Undergraduates, Graduates, Faculty, Staff|
|MS 236 - Raspberry Pi Lab||24 Hour Access||Linux||Intel x86_64||30||Restricted to students in CPSC 359|
|MS 239 - Graphics Lab||24 Hour Access||Linux||Intel x86_64||24||Restricted to students in graphics related courses|
|MS 252 - Teaching Lab||Tutorial Hours||Linux||Intel x86_64||31||Restricted to graduates|
|ICT 517 - Teaching Lab||Tutorial Hours||Windows||Intel x86_64||17||Restricted to graduates|
|CPU||Intel Core i7-4770 @ 3.4GHz|
|Memory||8 GB DDR3|
|OS||Fedora 22 (Linux), Windows 10 (Windows)|
|Software||Eclipse, Java, etc.|