Departmental Computer Resources

In the mathematics department, each office is equipped with a workstation, either Windows or Linux (the BU Linux distribution), and there are Linux and Solaris systems available for research and general use.

For research purposes, many of the major mathematical software packages are available including Maple, Mathematica, and MATLAB.

There are other computing facilities on campus, including:

Scientific Computing & Visualization: Provides resources and services for high-performance computing and visualization in support of research that has specialized or highly intensive computation, bandwidth, storage or graphics requirements.

The campus also has extensive wireless coverage.

Here are some locally maintained, math department specific documents for your information.