Department of Information Technology

Computer labs

Below follows an overview of the computer labs in buildings 1, 2 and 4. The table indicates available computer models, how many there are, and what kinds of tasks are suitable or not suitable in the different labs. If you need more detailed information about the computers, please contact one of the system managers.

Room Description Quantity
1312 PC lab with Windows 7, Intel i5 Ivybridge Quad core machines.Suitable for graphics-intensive applications (Nvidia based cards with 2Gb Ram). KORINT printer outside in the corridor. 20
1313 PC lab with Windows 7. Intel Quad core based machines. Suitable for graphics-intensive applications (Nvidia based cards with 2Gb Ram). KORINT printer outside in the corridor 20
2315 PC lab with Windows 7, Intel i5 Ivybridge Quad core systems (Nvidia based cards with 2Gb Ram). KORINT printer outside in the corridor. 20
1412 Computer lab adapted for supervision with two teacher computers, a ThinLinc station/Ubuntu, and possibilities to connect a laptop. Each student place is equipped with a ThinLinc station/Ubuntu and possibilities to connect their own laptop (to UpUnet-S). 16
1515 Unix lab with ThinLinc thin clients with Linux/Ubuntu. Not suitable for graphics-intensive applications. 40
1549 Unix lab with ThinLinc thin clients with Linux/Ubuntu. Not suitable for graphics-intensive applications. 18
2507 Unix lab with ThinLinc thin clients with Linux/Ubuntu. Not suitable for graphics-intensive applications. 17
2510 Unix lab with ThinLinc thin clients with Linux/Ubuntu. Not suitable for graphics-intensive applications. 39
2516 Unix lab with ThinLinc thin clients with Linux/Ubuntu. Not suitable for graphics-intensive applications. 19
Updated  2017-01-31 16:20:59 by Thomas Sundell.