UT Tyler Department of Mathematics
Computerized Classrooms and Laboratories
All student-access computers in the Department of Mathematics are administered via the Patriots domain, the regular login credentials used by students campuswide for labs, Blackboard and myUTTyler. These computers are configured with all normal campus software (Microsoft Office, etc.) as well as software specifically useful for teaching and learning mathematics: Mathematica, Matlab, R, Geometer's Sketchpad, and other programs.
RBN 4021 - The Mathematics Learning Center (MLC)
This room is equipped with 40 workstations with 17" LCD monitors. This is our open access computer lab for math students, with tutors on duty to assist students who are enrolled in early-career courses.
This room is equipped with 16 workstations with 17" LCD monitors. While this is the smaller of our two computer classrooms, every seat in the room is at a computer.
This room is equipped with 20 workstations with 17" LCD monitors. This is the largest of our two classrooms and has fewer computers to allow students more ease in seeing the front of the class. Nearly every seat in the classroom is either at or adjacent to a computer. Having the open visibility coupled with the access to computers makes this classroom ideal for teaching any computationally-intensive course, particularly:
- MATH 3380 -- Algorithms in Applied Mathematics.
- MATH 4350 -- Theory of Probability.
- MATH 4351 -- Applied Statistics.
- MATH 4380 -- Modeling and Numerical Analysis.
The Arts and Sciences / Engineering High Performance Computing Cluster
This computing cluster is a joint venture between the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering and Computer Science. This cluster has 23 nodes, each with two Quad Core Xeon processors (2.66 GHz), 16 GB Ram, two 160 GB hard drives configured for RAID 1. It is used for faculty research and faculty-mentored student research.