Carnegie Mellon University

ChemE Computing

Chemical Engineering Computing

Gary J. Powers Educational Computer lab

The Gary J. Powers Educational Computer lab is located in Doherty Hall room A226 and A226a. This two room space houses 30 computers for student use. The large room can be used as an instructional space and is equipped with a projector and screen. In addition both a black & white and a color laser printer are provided as well as a scanner. Class and tutorial reservations by can be requested by submitting a request to the Help Desk.

All students and department personnel are provided access to the lab. Access is available 24/7 via a university ID card.

Undergraduate Lounge

The Undergraduate Lounge is located in Doherty Hall room 2103. It houses 6 public computers and two printers. The lounge acts as a community space for undergraduate students, and provides overflow computing space when the computer lab is in use. Students are encouraged to use this space for work and study.

All students and department personnel are provided access to the lab. Access is available 24/7 via a university ID card.

Masters student shared office

Masters students are provided a shared space in rooms A103-A109. ChemE Computing provides public access printing in room A103. 

Masters students are provided 24/7 access via their University ID Card.