Computing Facilities in the Department of Mathematics
Computerized Classrooms and Laboratories
- RBN 4021
This room is equipped with 40 Dell Optiplex 745 computers with 17" LCD monitors. This is our open access computer lab for math students with taking certain courses which provide accounts
- RBN 4019
This room is equipped with 32 Dell Optiplex 745 computers with 17" LCD monitors. This is our testing facility, and is used primarily for online exams and placment exams.
- RBN 4027
This room is equipped with 36 Dell Optiplex 745 computers with 17" LCD monitors. This is our computer classroom which provides computer access for courses such as MATH 3380 -- Algorithms in Applied Mathematics, MATH 4350 -- Theory of Probability, MATH 4351, Applied Statistics, MATH 4380 -- Modeling and Numerical Analysis, or any other mathematics course for which the instructor wishes students to have access to a computer during class.
The Arts and Sciences / Engineering High Performace Computing Cluster
This computing cluster is a joint venture between the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering and Computer Science. This cluster has 23 nodes, each with two Quad Core Xeon processors (2.66 GHz), 16 GB Ram, two 160 GB hard drives configured for RAID 1. It is used for faculty research and for faculty mentored student research.
Software Available on All Departmental Computers
- Geometer's Sketchpad
- Latex (with WinEdt)
- MS Office 2007
- MS Visual Studio Pro (Progamming Suite)
- Subscription to MSDN Academic Allience which allows free downloads of the latest operating systems and programming/development software from Microsoft
Mathematica for Students and Faculty