The DECENT Lab at the University of Colorado Denver is an interdisciplinary research and teaching facility that is shared between the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the Business School.
This lab is dedicated to the research and development of high-performance distributed computing and computer networking techniques. Current research topics include adaptive high-performance communication systems, adaptive virtual distributed computing environments and high-performance storage area networks.
The DECENT lab is equipped with the high-performance, PC-based Beowulf cluster for high-performance distributed computing, and with several Cisco routers and Intel switches for facilitating the current instructional delivery methods. These include Internet, interactive audio/video and traditional classroom settings, as well as research activities in computer networks.