Graduate Student Labs
Graduate Computing Labs are located in Math 401N and Math 227
Please contact your graduate coordinator if you need the combination for the door.
There are six Ubuntu computers in each room.
Any grad student in our department with a network account can log into these systems. These machines are not suited for CPU-intensive jobs, if you need to do heavy computations, please use the Chivos
Occasionally, grad students may run jobs on lab machines. Before you ever attempt to run jobs on another machine or in the background of a lab machine, learn how to do this properly.
There is one Windows computer in M227.
There is a flatbed scanner attached to the Windows computer in M227.
The computers are connected to the Konica Minolta Printer/Copier in Math 401.
The Computing Lab for Faculty and Visitors has been merged with the Graduate Student Lab in Math 401N.
- 2 Linux Ubuntu Desktops
- Windows 10 Desktop
This is also the location of the Konica Minolta Printer/Copier
Math Center Room 220
This is for undergraduate students.
- One Linux Ubuntu Desktop
- One Windows 7 Desktop
- Both have access to Maple, Mathematica, and Matlab
Computer classroom with 7 Windows computers plus a teacher computer and projector
Classroom with a teacher computer and projector
Math Tutoring Room MTL 121
There are 3 Windows computers available for the students and teachers.