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Lab Facilities

 

Graduate Students

Graduate students are assigned an office with a personal computer, which they often use to conduct their own research. Graduate students have access to the Hankamer Cashion Academic Center and their office 24 hours a day via their university ID card allowing students to complete projects and work at times that best suit their schedules. Those assigned to the IBM lab also have access to it 24 hours a day.

 

Computer Science Undergraduates

The Hankamer Cashion Academic Center has four computer labs that when combined, contain over 130 computers. These computers are constantly updated so that students will have the best equipment possible available to them. All students have access to these labs and the Hankamer Cashion Academic Center 24 hours a day via their university ID card allowing students to complete projects at times that best suit their schedules.

 

Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics students have access to labs in the Hankamer Cashion Academic Center and the Baylor Sciences Building. In the Science Building, students have access to the Core Molecular Lab which has automated gene sequences, flow cytometry, laser con-focal microscopy, real-time PCR, and can satisfy a range of molecular needs. All Bioinformatics students have access to assigned labs in the Hankamer Cashion Academic Center 24 hours a day via their university ID card allowing students to complete projects at times that best suit their schedules.

 

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

As a field of research, HCI is situated at the intersection of computer science, behavioral sciences, design, media studies, and several other fields of study. Researchers in HCI investigate the design and usage of computer technology, focusing primarily on the interaction between people and the computer.