Physics

Granular Sand by Julien Chopin, PhD Candidate in Physics

Computer Simulation Laboratory

The Department of Physics has many personal computers and workstations, almost all of which are available to undergraduate and graduate students. The following computers are available in the Computer Simulation Laboratory. All of the following computers run a version of Linux.

  1. bethe, dual AMD Athlon MP 1600+
  2. gibbs, bethe, dual AMD Athlon MP 1600+
  3. fermi, dual AMD Opteron 242
  4. kubo, dual AMD Opteron 242
  5. landau
  6. yang, dual AMD Athlon MP 2200+
  7. euler, Mac G4 Dual 1 Ghz, Mac OSX 10.4.

Additional computers

  1. Mayers, dual 800 Mhz PIII, 256 MB memory, file server.
  2. The science cluster.

The various research laboratories also have many computers running a variety of operating systems.

Please send suggestions and comments to Harvey Gould.

Computer Simulation Resources

The following computers are available in the Computer Simulation Laboratory and run a version of Linux. The IP numbers might not be accurate..

name memory hard disk processor IP
fermi 2 Gb 142 Gb dual Athlon MP 1.6 GHz 140.232.2.14
gibbs 2 Gb 12.6 Gb dual Athlon MP 1.4 GHz 140.232.2.13
kubo 2 Gb 142 Gb dual Athlon MP 1.6 GHz 140.232.2.16
lee 1 Gb 6.5 Gb dual Athlon MP 1.8 GHz 140.232.2.18

The following six computers run Mac OS X 10.4.8.

name memory hard disk model IP
bose 1 Gb 233 Gb Dual G5 2 GHz 140.232.2.62
euler 512Mb 77 Gb Dual G4 867 MHz 140.232.2.20
landau 1 Gb 77 Gb iMac G5  
wilson 1 Gb 233 Gb Intel Duo Core 2 GHz 140.232.2.61
yang 2 Gb   Dual G5 2 GHz 140.232.2.19
      iBook G4