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Computing Resource Usage Guidelines
The following guidelines apply to the proper use of the computing resources
available here at the Department of Electrical Engineering. The locations of
all EE Computing Labs can be found at
The Linux Lab consists of 19 nodes (linux0-linux18), machines 0-9 are in room 365, the rest are in the 311 server room.
You may submit jobs remotely through ssh by logging into linux.ee or linux1.ee, linux2.ee, ... linux18.ee.
More information specific to use of the Linux lab can be found at
Windows Computing Labs
EE1 361, 365 and 371 are the Windows general purpose student computing labs. All of the EE applications are available in these computing labs. More information can be found at https://www.ee.washington.edu/computing/faq/labs/locations.html.
Important Windows Computing Lab Policy
Help keep the computing labs useful and productive.
- EE coursework computing always has priority
- Distractions (noise and clutter) must be kept to a minimum
If someone creates a disturbance that impacts your work, please bring it to their attention, and notify help@ee.
If you have any questions regarding the use of EE computer equipment, please don't hesitate to send a message to the EE Computing Helpdesk.