MFCF operates four computer labs on the third floor of the Mathematics and Computing building (MC).


Room       Platform    Seats       Description

MC3006    Thin Client     32      access to Windows (Nexus) and Linux 

MC3008    Thin Client     32      access to Windows (Nexus) and Linux

MC3009    Thin Client     11       access to Windows (Nexus), wireless     docking and collaboration space (Note: this lab will close permanently in summer 2019)

MC3010     Thin Client    15       access to Windows (Nexus) and Linux

MC3011                                   wireless docking and collaboration space


The computers in these labs provide the user with a choice of using either a Windows or a Linux environment. Each environment comes with various mathematical software.

Additionally, the Computer Science Computing Facility (CSCF) operates five computer labs on the third floor of MC in rooms 3003, 3004, 3005, 3022 and 3027.

The computers in these labs provide the user with a Macintosh environment.

Access

  • to access the computer labs maintained by MFCF the user requires only valid Nexus credentials
  • to access the computer labs maintained by CSCF the user must either be a student registered in Computer Science or currently enrolled in a Computer Science course within the Faculty of Mathematics

Booking a lab

MFCF computer labs 3006 and 3008 can be booked for classes, conferences, and other events. To book a lab, have your organizer submit a request and include the following information:

  • who wants to book the lab
  • when you would like use of the lab
  • purpose for booking the lab

Who can use this service:

  • Current undergraduate students
  • Current graduate students
  • Visitors
  • Faculty
  • Staff

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