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Students Computing Facilities

Excellent computing facilities for both the BS-CS and graduate programs are available at the University of Georgia. The School of Computing maintains a network of personal computers, workstations, and multiprocessor servers. Instructional computer labs are located in Boyd 201 and Boyd 307A containing state-of-the-art Dell workstations with widescreen monitors. A general purpose computing lab for BS-CS, MS, and Ph.D. students is located in Boyd 307.

All School of Computing classrooms, instructional labs, and the Boyd 307 general purpose computer lab feature The University of Georgia's high-speed wireless internet access, PAWS.

Questions about our facilities? Check out the FAQ 
Having trouble with your MyID or PAWS? Visit EITS support


Laboratory Hours (Room 307)

Days Hours
Monday - Friday 6:00 a.m - 9:30 p.m
Weekends Closed


Hardware Environment

307 lab
  • 24 Apple iMac's with MacOS High Sierra (3.2GHz Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM)
  • 23 Windows 10 64bit Computers (2.90GHz Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM)

Dell Poweredge R910

  • 64 bit Redhat Enterprise Linux
  • 4 10 Core Intel Xeon Processors
  • 128GB RAM
Departmental Cloud

**This platform hosts a large number of virtual machines including:

  • A virtual compute cluster with 8 nodes
  • Custom virtual machines for student coursework

Dell Poweredge R815

  • 4 AMD Opteron 6272 2.1 GHz 16 core processors
  • 256 GB RAM

Dell Poweredge R815

  • 4 AMD Opteron 6272 2.1 GHz 16 core processors
  • 256 GB RAM

Dell Poweredge R730xd

  • 2 Intel Xeon E5-2695 v3 2.3 GHz 14 core processors
  • 256 GB RAM


Software Environment

Operating Systems Windows, Redhat Enterprise Linux
Programming Languages Java(TM) 8, C++, C, Python, Pascal, FORTRAN, Prolog, LISP,ML, Smalltalk
Development Tools NetBeans IDE, Source Code Debuggers, Profilers, Make, SCCS
Database Systems Oracle, Informix, MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Poet, MySQL, Ontos
VLSI CAD Tools Magic, TimberWolf, Octtools, Alliance, COSMOS, SPICE
Graphics/Image Processing Paint .NET, OpenGL, GKS, Phigs, Data Translation Image Processing libraries
Math Packages MACSYMA, Maple 2017, MATLAB R2018a
Web Browsers and Web Tools Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, SSH Secure Shell, PuTTY, WinSCP, Adobe Reader
Web/Application Servers Apache, IIS, Java Web Server
Distributed Processing PVM, MPI, CORBA, EJB
Simulation Modeling PCSpim, PicoBlocks, Scratch, Awesime, SimPack, JSIM
Document Processing Microsoft Office 2016, Notepad++, LaTeX, TeX, Vim, FrameMaker, Interleaf


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