Built in 2007, the Center has state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, with ample laboratory and teaching space. Features include:
- A new computer teaching laboratory (the "Doughnut Room") enables integrated hands-on computing within the context of classroom instruction. The teaching lab includes reconfigurable tables for group projects, 21 Macintosh computers at the perimeter, a printer, and projection to the main screen for all computers in the lab.
- A Hardware Teaching Lab for instruction in computer hardware and robotics. This room contains 20 PCs that dual-boot Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux. Lab tables support work on electronic and mechanical systems. An attached room houses Lego Mindstorms, IPRE, and Pioneer robots as well as electronics equipment.
- RKC 110 houses the Laboratory for Algebraic and Symbolic Computation and the Distributed Robotics (DRAB) lab.
- A Cognitive Systems Lab devoted to cognitive modeling, machine learning and human-computer interaction.
- Ad-hoc study space with whiteboards, wireless networking, and network jacks.
- Proximity to computer science faculty and the systems administrator on the second floor.
- A dedicated computer server room.
- 24-hour access via a card-reader security system.