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The department has ready access to a rich array of state-of-the-art computational facilities, which provide the "cpu-power" for forefront computational research in quantum chemistry, statistical mechanics, molecular dynamics, biophysics, solid-state physics, nuclear chemistry and X-ray crystallography. The computers at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) is also available for research.

Every office and laboratory in the Department of Chemistry is connected to the campus-wide Andrew system. The Andrew system provides all students and faculty unlimited access to advanced workstation clusters located throughout the campus. Mellon Institute and Doherty Hall also support wireless computing.

Computer Cluster. The Chemistry Department provides a computer cluster for its majors in Doherty Hall. It is equipped with both PC and Macintosh computers, color and laser printers and a scanner. All computers are networked and students have access to commonly used word processing, graphing, and spreadsheet software as well as advanced molecular modeling and other special programs used in courses.

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Department of Chemistry
Carnegie Mellon University
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Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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