All printed documents can be found in the department mail room.

Remote Super-computing

Computing resources in the Super Computer Lab here on campus at CNSI/MRL. A graduate student cannot have access to the supercomputer. However, a faculty member can get computing allocation for students assisting in research. Getting allocation involves submitting a form here, to get account access to CNSI/MRL braid cluster. The faculty member could decide on a case-by-case basis whether the computing needs of the student merit the need for a supercomputer access and then help the student with the necessary procedures to get it.

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Virus protection (Never forget!)

Anti-virus programs are free through the UCSB site-license (which means free just for computers in the school). The above mentioned software can be install by the Systems Administrator. Please submit a request for that software thru the link below.

If you need help, please email at