The department offers many options for student computer needs. There are both open labs and research-specific computer facilities. Contact your Academic Advisor to learn which computers are available to you. Access to computers is on a first-come first-serve basis.
The general-use, open computer labs for the Physics department are located in ESC N212 and N363. These computers all run Windows 10 and can be accessed using your netID and password.
N212 is also used as a classroom--check the schedule next to the door for more info.
NOTE: These rooms require door access -- see Margaret Ludlow in ESC N284 to gain access.
Acoustics students working on research or other projects may use the computers located in ESC C110. These computers require membership in an acoustics specific research group. These computers run Windows 10 and have a variety of programs installed specifically for acoustics-related research.
Astronomy students working on research or other projects may use the computers located in ESC C430, N485, and N479. These computers have programs installed on them specifically for astronomy research. Computers in N485 run Windows, while computers in ESC C430 and N479 run Ubuntu GNU/Linux. All computers require a general login account (your netID and password).
Theoretical and Mathematical
Theory students working on research or other projects may use the computers located in ESC N216 upon approval from the Theory Research Group Leader.