The School of Mathematics and Statistics Computing Centre exists to aid the staff and students of the school to use the computing resources of the school to full potential. All staff, visitors and postgraduate students are provided with a desktop machine, predominantly Linux, with a significant minority of machines also running Windows.
The school has large computing facilities on campus. We have two student laboratories, containing a network of approximately 150 personal computers (PCs).
In addition, the school has an extensive collection of computing infrastructure which allows a wide variety of computing services to be provided to staff. Full details on the resources available to staff can be found on the High performance computing page or by contacting the Computing Centre.
The Red-Centre labs are currently closed due to the COVID-19 situation.
The School of Mathematics and Statistics has one of the largest collections of computing facilities on campus. We have two student laboratories, containing a network of approximately 150 personal computers (PCs).
The School's laboratories are in rooms G012 and M020 of the Red Centre. Room M020 is through the glass door (and along the corridor), opposite the School's entrance to the Red Centre. Room G012 is down the stairs from the main entrance.
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Both of the School's laboratories are open from 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday during the teaching semester, unless they are being used for other purposes (for example if they are booked for classes or being used or set up for computer based tests). The labs are not open on the weekends.
Outside of the teaching semester, only lab M020 will be open, and only from 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday.
On public holidays and when the University is closed (e.g. over the Christmas/New Year period), both labs will be closed.
More information is available about computing for first year students.