Facilities

 The Kudlick High-tech Interactive Classroom

The Kudlick interactive classroom is equipped with, among other things:
  • two plasma screens
  • an electronic whiteboard
  • individual presentation screens and workstations for students
  • a camera that can project physical objects on the screens
  • VCR and DVD players
  • ergonomic multi-tiered setup, with ideal sight lines for class discussions
The classroom was donated by Alfred Chuang , CEO of BEA Systems and an alumnus of USF. The classroom was named after Alfred's favorite teacher at USF, former Chair of Computer Science Michael Kudlick.



The Kudlick Classroom is used every day for lectures, labs, and individual student work. It has 30 PCs available for student use with the following configuration:
  • Intel Core 2 Quad 2.40GHz four-core processor with 4MB cache
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 320 GB hard drive
  • Gigabit Ethernet network
  • 19-inch Dell flat panel LCD monitors
  • Arch Linux
  • Windows 7 

Computing Clusters


The Computer Science Department has two clusters available for teaching and research:

Infiniband Cluster
24 nodes
2 dual-core AMD Opteron 2.0 GHz processors
4 GB of RAM
320 GB hard drive
Gigabit Ethernet network
Infiniband high-speed network

Myrinet Cluster
24 nodes
2 dual-core AMD Opteron 2.0 GHz processors
4 GB of RAM
320 GB hard drive
Gigabit Ethernet network
Myrinet high-speed network



Computer Labs

In addition to the  Kudlick Classroom , the CS Department currently has a computer lab located on the 5th floor of the Harney Science Center available for general student use.  The machines have the following specs:
  • Intel i7 3.40GHz processors
  • 8 GB of RAM
  • 200 GB hard drive
  • Gigabit Ethernet network
  • DVD-RW drive
  • 18-inch NEC flat panel LCD monitors
  • Arch Linux                              
  • Windows 7 

We also have a lab for graduate students doing research with a professor.