Science & Modeling Resources
The Computational Science & Modeling (CSM) Laboratory (SC 3101)
supports computation throughout the sciences primarily through three
- High Performance Computing. Several cluster
supercomputers are available
for any Natural Sciences faculty member (and associated students) to
utilize for research or for coursework. A number of software packages
are already installed on these machines and faculty may either install
their own software or request that the CSM Laboratory install additional
- Visualization Classroom. A modern computational classroom may be
reserved by faculty for one-time, occasional, or regular use in
laboratory courses. The classroom includes a stereo (3-D) projection
system and PCs with software titles that reflect the advanced computational
and visualization orientation of the CSM laboratory.
- CSM Facilitator. Paul Van Allsburg is available to help
faculty and students utilize the computational resources described
stop by to see him in SC 3107 or submit a work
order to get his attention.
A number of other computational classrooms are available to students
and faculty in the science center and Vander Werf hall. Details are
given in the classroom link.