General Purpose Computing
DCO maintained home servers can be used for general purpose (non-intensive) computing. Users will be assigned to a server when applying for an EECS account.
A list of general purpose computing machines can be found in this FAQ.
CAEN Maintained Labs
CAEN administers and maintains several general purpose computing labs for the use of university students, faculty, and staff within both the EECS and Bob and Betty Beyster buildings. Machines in these labs have a large selection of software installed, can boot into Windows or Linux, are available 24x7, and can be reserved for special events.
More information can be found on the CAEN lab listing page.
For questions or to report problems regarding machines in these labs, please contact CAEN.
DCO administers a limited number of Macintosh machines in CSE 1695 for general purpose computing. For questions or to report problems regarding these machines, please contact us.
Undergraduate instructional labs are maintained by the EECS Instructional Lab Support team.
Intensive & Specialty Computing
While we discourage users from running more intensive computing jobs on our home servers, we may be able to allocate other resources for you to use. Please contact us for more information.
As an alternative, you can also consider these other resources for intensive computation on campus.