Mathematical Sciences Computer Labs
The Mathematical Sciences Computer lab, located in B5, 301 MLH Hall, and 346 SH provides a modern learning experience for students in the Departments of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Statistics and Actuarial Science. In the laboratories, students can use powerful graphic-oriented computational software on UNIX workstations to explore concepts related to their fields of study.
Upon enrolling in a program within Mathematical Sciences, undergraduate and graduate students should receive an account that will allow them access to the laboratory. Mathematical Sciences faculty can also request accounts for students enrolled in courses they teach. More information about laboratory accounts, and about other aspects of the laboratory, is available in Getting Started in Mathematical Sciences.
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