About the Computing laboratory
The David Barron computing laboratory is a dedicated facility for computer science and software students to use for individual and project work. It's a lively, communal space, where you'll find support from both a programming help desk for programming-related questions, and IT help desk for other queries.
The lab also features social areas which students often use for activities outside of their studies, such as the Global Game Jam, as well as career events and workshops.
Facilities and equipment
- Over 100 workstations including the latest hardware and operating systems
- A3 double-sided printers
- 'VIA Collage' working systems with wireless capability and wall-mounted displays for group working and demonstrations
- High capacity, high-speed Wi-Fi
- Fixed and mobile glassboards for brainstorming and idea sessions