Answered By: Stephanie Folse
Last Updated: Mar 03, 2017     Views: 72

Hardware

  • Seven HP Z440 Windows computers with Quad Core Xeon 3.5GHz processors, 32GB RAM, 512GB hard drives, and NVIDIA Qudaro K2200 4GB graphics boards
  • Three iMac computers with 27" 2560x1440 monitors, Quad Core 3.4GHz processors, 16GB RAM, 1TB hard drives and 1GB GeForce GT 755M graphics boards


Software

  • Adobe Creative Cloud 2017 — Photo, video, and publication editing (also available in main IC Lab)
  • AGi32 — Lighting calculation software
  • AnAqSim (Fitts Geo) — Aquifer modeling
  • ArcGIS Desktop Products (ESRI) — Geo-information systems, mapping (also available in main IC Lab)
  • Autodesk (Autocad) 2017 — Computer-aided design (also available in main IC Lab)
  • Blender 2.76 — 3D drawing and painting
  • Chrome 56  — Web browser
  • Corel Painter 2016 — Digital painting
  • Crystal Ball Simulation — Spreadsheet based modeling and forecasting
  • ENVI (Excelis) — Image processing and geo-spatial analysis
  • Firefox 51 — Web browser
  • Kaledo Knit, Kaledo Print, Kaledo Style (v4r1sp6) — Fashion design
  • Kingdom Core & Advance — Oil and gas field analysis
  • LabVIEW — Software development
  • Lightwright v5 — Stage lighting electrical power calculator
  • MatLab R2016a — Mathematics (also available in main IC Lab)
  • Move — Geological modeling
  • Petra and PetraSeis — Oil and gas field analysis
  • Python (Anaconda distribution) 3.2 — software library used by GIS software
  • R and Rstudio — Statistics
  • Rockware — Geological modeling
  • SAS and JMP (SAS component) — Principle components analysis add on for SAS (base SAS package is available in the main IC Lab)
  • SketchUp Pro 2016 — 3D modeling
  • SPSS v24 — Statistical analysis and graphing (also available in main IC Lab)
  • Stata 14 — Statistical analysis and graphing
  • Tableau Desktop 10.2 — Data visualization
  • VectorWorks 2016 — 3D modeling and plotter printing
  • Virtual Light Lab — Stage lighting

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