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Overview

The Department of Mathematics computing infrastructure is oriented around the Linux and Unix operating systems. These systems support a wide variety of applications ranging from office productivity suites, web browsing and development, to sophisticated typesetting and numerical programming. More information is available in our systems and applications software pages.

The Department also operates the Calclab systems, consisting of 283 Linux workstations, and 4 Linux servers, to support undergraduate and graduate instruction using symbollic and numerical software packages, including Maple and Matlab. Over 4,000 students pass through the Calclabs each semester, using the computing systems and software for classes such as Calculus I, II, and III, Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis (undergraduate and graduate), Linear Algebra, Mathematical Modeling, Numerical PDE's, Iterative Techniques, and Special Topics (undergraduate and graduate).

Content

Systems
Description of our hardware

Calclabs
Our instructional systems

Applications
Unix applications software

Computing Help Pages (r)
General help on many topics

Policies (r)
All users must read

Diskspace Information (r)
Managing your disk space

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Computing Systems Staff

The Math Department's computing facilities are brought to you by the Department's Systems Staff. For assistance, you may contact the Systems Staff in one of several ways:

  • For assistance with general computing or web related questions to help@math.tamu.edu.
    Your e-mailed request will be placed in our problem tracking system and simultaneously sent to all staff members. You should receive a reply within one business day.
  • Visit us in person: staff members hold office hours in the Blocker buildings, suite 217; our schedule is listed below. Please see the individual web pages for any last-minute schedule changes.
Name Title Office Hours
Steve Johnson Sr. Systems Analyst II BLOC 217D
M-F 10:00-11:00
Chris Ward Systems Analyst II BLOC 217A
David Hines
Systems Analyst II BLOC 217B
Art Belmonte Systems Analyst /
Instructional Assistant Professor
BLOC 243D
David Manuel Systems Analyst /
Instructional Assistant Professor
BLOC 243C

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