Geology Computer Lab ~ Room F-413

To stay in step with the new electronic educational frontier the Department of Geology of Arts and Sciences provides an equipped Geology Computer Lab for their students and faculty.  The Geology Computer Lab houses 19 Dell Precision Series with Intel Xeon processors running a variety of geology, math, graphics, and programming applications.  The lab is open week-days from 8:00AM to 4:30PM.

 

Operating Systems
      Windows 10 Pro 64bit Educational Version

 

Geology Computer Lab Software

   Adobe Illustrator CS.. - image editing
   Agisoft
     Metashape
       Professional 2.1.1 - image processing algorithms with digital photogrammetry techniques
   ENVI 6.0.............. - geospatial analytics
   Matlab R2024a......... - signal processing tool and Mapping tool
   MS Office 2021 Suite.. - Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Open source software

   7-Zip................. - for archiving, compressing and decompressing files
   Adobe Reader DC....... - read PDF files
   GeoViewer 9.0.3....... - geospatial imaging
   Gimp 2.10.32.......... - image editing
   Google Earth Pro...... - 3D globe allows to interactively visualize information
   GrassGIS 8.2.......... - geographic information system
   PDFgear 2.1.4......... - PDF document editor
   Putty 64-Bit.......... - Terminal Emulation Software
   Python 3.12.3......... - programming language
   R Ver. 4.2.2.......... - statistical computing and graphics
   Strainsim v.3......... - modeling simulation program
   VLC................... - multimedia player

 

Geology Computer Lab support Hardware
     One Dell Color Printer
     One HP Color Scanner
     One Sony Bravia LED TV 60”

 

Classes given in the Geology Computer Lab
     GEOL 3105 – Images of the Earth
     GEOL 4017 – Geomorphology
     GEOL 4048 – Geological Applications of Remote Sensing
     GEOL 5996 / GEOL 6991 – GIS For The Earth Science
     GEOL 6225 – Advanced Geological Remote Sensing
     GEOL 6228 – Structural Analysis

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