Photo of computing clusterThe Department has extensive computing facilities. With one homemade parallel computing cluster (a 30+ core machine built by Prof. Moss for ATLAS analysis but available for other in the department to use), several high performance workstations (Profs. Buerki and Block), and scores of other Windows, Mac, and Linux machines, our students are have plenty of opportunities to develop their computing skills. We maintain licenses for Mathematica, LabVIEW, LabWindows, and other modern software.