Established at McGill in 2003, the building is named in honour of Lorne Trottier, B.Eng. '70 and M.Eng. '73, whose generous donation permitted it's construction. Providing 24/7 access, Wi-Fi internet, seven computer laboratories, as well as spaces to complete group assignments, the facility is a favoured location for students. The Trottier building also houses Computer Science's undergraduate classrooms.
The School of Computer Science facilities can be found on the 3rd floor in the Trottier building.
State of the art classroom that offers the best of classic and modern teaching techniques.
Large open study areas suitable for assignment work.
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Useful for quiet studying or group discussions.
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Computer labs that can be reserved for small classes and TA sessions.
Donated by John McConnell, the building is home to the Computer Science faculty and graduate students. Also found here are the various laboratories conducting research into the everything from artificial intelligence to quantum cryptography. See the list of research labs.
The School of Computer Science facilities can be found on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor in the Trottier building and currently include: