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College of Engineering and Applied Science

College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UC Denver
 

Laboratories

Mac Lab


The computer science and engineering Mac Lab is located in North Classroom, room 2409. The lab includes 24 iMac machines that have dual-boot capability, allowing the possibility to develop for Windows and Macintosh applications. Because the Mac OS X operating system is built on BSD Unix, students have full access to all the tools to which unix developers have become accustomed.

In addition to this hardware, the lab has a smartboard, which is advantageous for both pedagogical and technological reasons. This lab is among the best on campus for teaching the full curriculum in computer science and engineering.

Currently the lab is used for teaching introductory programming such as C++ programming, algorithms and data structures. It is also now being used for mobile application development.

The Mac Lab is equipped with the 24 iMac computers with dual-boot capabilities. Each machine runs Windows XP and Mac OSX, which allows for learning and teaching on both operating systems, as well as unix.

Currently the lab is used for teaching introductory programming such as C++ programming, algorithms and data structures. In addition, it is now being used for mobile application development.

For more information about the Department of Computer Science and Engineering Mac Lab, contact Senior Instructor Will Trobaugh.

Will Trobaugh

E-mail: will.trobaugh@ucdenver.edu
Office: North Classroom, room 2404A
Phone: 303-556-8538
Fax: 303-556-8369
Address:
University of Colorado Denver
Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
Campus Box 109
1200 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80204