ISyE maintains one computer lab available to faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students. Our computing laboratory is equipped with PC's with widescreen monitors and a full complement of software. In addition to the computer lab, many graduate offices have computer systems available for use by students and the undergraduates have access to a virtual laboratory (VLAB) provided by the College of Engineering through the use of Tech Fee funding.
The computer cluster is access-controlled via Buzzcard. Lab access is limited to all IE undergraduate/graduate students and all non-IE undergraduate/graduate students who are enrolled in ISyE courses. Students also have 24/7 BuzzCard access through the external doors from the courtyard.
Licensing for all departmental software is handled through ISyE Information Technology. Software to be installed on ISyE equipment in student labs or in student offices must be approved by ISyE IT. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for specific details.
Installation of ISyE Software on personal machines, or installation of your personal software on ISyE machines without prior approval, is illegal. ISyE laboratory machines are maintained and refreshed on a weekly basis. All non-ISyE software found installed on ISyE machines will be deleted.
If you need to download or install a licensed version of software, email email@example.com. Only administrators are allowed to install any type of software/update to any of the machines (this includes chat clients, music players, torrents, etc.)
Software will not be installed on your system without proof of a valid license.
File archiver with a high compression ratio
|Adobe Acrobat DC||
View/Edit pdf files.
AMPL is a comprehensive and powerful algebraic modeling language for linear and nonlinear optimization problems, in discrete or continuous variables.
Anaconda is a distribution of the Python and R programming languages for scientific computing, that aims to simplify package management and deployment
mapping and analytics software
(CPLEX) Optimizers for solving linear, mixed-integer, and
Software tool for publishing and managing bibliographies.
Distribution fitting software
provides hardware, software, and services to investigate cybersecurity attacks, protect against malicious software
Force is a full-featured programming environment for FORTRAN 77 (the engineering programming language). It uses the FORTRAN G77 compiler to create programs in Win32 platform.
High-level modeling system for mathematical programming problems.
PostScript and PDF interpretor
PostScript and PDF interpretor
The GLPK (GNU Linear Programming Kit) package is intended for solving large-scale linear programming (LP), mixed integer programming (MIP), and other related problems
State-of-the-art linear programming (LP) and mixed-integer programming
Compiler, tools, runtimes, and APIs for writing, deploying, and running applets
Statistical Analysis Software
Integrates a numeric and symbolic computational engine, graphics system, programming language, documentation system, and advanced connectivity to other applications.
Tool for model-based design of control systems
|Microsoft Expression Web||
|Microsoft Map Point||
Powerful mapping software that makes it easy to combine business data with mapping and location
The Microsoft Office suite
Complex drawing/visual communication tool
|Microsoft Visual Studio 2019||
Tools to build a wide range of application types, including component libraries, mobility-enabled applications, Web applications, Web services, and Windows applications.
Python is a programming language that lets you work quickly
R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics
Powerful IDE for R
SAS is an integrated system of software solutions that enables you to perform the following tasks: data entry, retrieval, and management. report writing and graphics design. statistical and mathematical analysis.
Rapid Modeling, Discrete-Event Simulation Software
TeX Live is a TeX distribution
TortoiseSVN is an Apache Subversion (SVN) client
Open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files as well as DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols
SCP (Secure Copy) client for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP using SSH (Secure SHell).
PC-X server emulation software package
Optimizer and model building tools
ISyE, in conjunction with COE, is pleased to offer a virtual laboratory (VLab) to give ISyE students remote access to ISyE Software. To get access, view instructions below.
Access from the Citrix client:
Access from the web:
Access is limited to ISyE students and GT students taking ISyE courses.
NOTE: All data should be saved back to your local machine or to the H: drive before logging out of the virtual machine.
If you have any questions about this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ISyE maintains a high performance computational cluster configured specifically for it's users. Our cluster consists of both general departmental hardware as well as faculty-owned systems. We use the HTCondor resource management system from Wisconsin. As such, any idle cycles are available to the department at large. Faculty-owned systems have owner-priority preemption.
We maintain a full complement of software on the cluster. Programs and products include but are not limited to Matlab, Mathematica, CPLEX, Gurobi, AMPL, GAMS, Python, R, SAS, and Xpress.
Currently we have 77 systems in the cluster. Rough totals for resources are 2,340 cores of x86-64 processing with over 28.9TB of memory spread across the systems. Systems are connected via ten gigabit and gigabit ethernet.
For future HPC efforts, ISyE is developing a full OpenStack cluster to support various computing needs including but not limited to Windows-based compute, Hadoop, Apache Spark and others.
|Server Group||Qty||Cores Per Server||Cores Per Group||Description||CPU||RAM (GB)||Speed||GPU|
|GPU-1||1||36||36||EXAACT Intel||Xeon 6154||512 GB||3.70Ghz||8x 2080 Ti|
|GPU-2||1||24||24||DIY Intel||E5-2650 v4||512 GB||2.20Ghz||4x 2080 Ti 2x Titan RTX 2x GTX 1080 Ti|
|GPU-3||1||32||32||Ace Powerworks Intel||128 GB|
|Li-GPU||1||16||16||EXAACT Intel||Xeon 6226R||512 GB||3.90Ghz||2x Titan RTX|
|Montreuil||2||64||128||Ace Powerworks AMD||EPYC 7502||1 024 GB||2.50Ghz|
|OMSA compute||2||64||128||Ace Powerworks AMD||EPYC 7502||768 GB||2.50Ghz|
|Openstack EPYC1||4||64||256||Ace Powerworks AMD||EPYC 7502||512 GB||2.50Ghz|
|Openstack EPYC1 - GPU||2||64||128||Ace Powerworks AMD||EPYC 7502||512 GB||2.50Ghz||1x Radeon V340|
|Openstack EPYC2||2||64||128||Ace Powerworks AMD||EPYC 7542||1 024 GB||2.90Ghz|
|Openstack EPYC2 - GPU||2||32||64||Ace Powerworks AMD||EPYC 7502P||512 GB||3.35Ghz||2x RTX 3090|
|Openstack Intel||4||44||176||Penguin Relion||Xeon 6152||384 GB||3.70Ghz||2x V100 32GB, 6x P4, 1x P100|
|Openstack Intel - GPU1||1||24||24||EXAACT Intel GPU||Xeon 4214R||384 GB||3.50Ghz||4x A6000|
|Openstack Intel 2||4||20||80||Ace Powerworks Intel||E5-2650 v3||256 GB||2.30Ghz|
|Openstack Intel 3||4||24||96||Ace Powerworks Intel||E5-2680 v3||128 GB||2.50Ghz|
|Openstack Intel 4||2||16||32||Ace Powerworks Intel||E5-2630 v3||288 GB||2.40Ghz|
|PVH||7||44||308||Penguin Relion||Xeon 6152||768 GB||3.70Ghz||1x V100 16GB|
|Sun||2||44||88||Penguin Relion||Xeon 6152||384 GB||3.70Ghz|
|Wu||1||16||16||Ace Powerworks Intel||E5-2630 v3||384 GB||2.40Ghz|
|Yang||2||64||128||Ace Powerworks AMD||EPYC 7542||1 024 GB||2.90Ghz|
|abel||1||16||16||Public HTC node||E5-2670||384 GB||2.60Ghz|
|ames||1||12||12||Aerospace Compute||E5-2630||128 GB||2.30Ghz|
|bulldozer||1||32||32||Public compute node||Opteron 6274||128 GB||2.20Ghz|
|euclid-big||2||20||40||Boland/Savelsbergh compute||E5-2650 v3||512 GB||2.30Ghz|
|euclid-small||4||20||80||Boland/Savelsbergh compute||E5-2650 v3||256 GB||2.30Ghz|
|fisher||4||12||48||Public HTC nodes||E5-2630||128 GB||2.30Ghz|
|goddard||2||12||24||Aerospace compute||X5660||72 GB||2.80Ghz|
|jacobi||8||12||96||Public HTC nodes||E5-2620||128 GB||2.00Ghz|
|krone/ruble||2||12||24||QCF compute||X5660||148 GB||2.80Ghz|
|tesla2||1||16||16||GPU - TeslaC2075, GeForce TitanX||E5-2630 v3||128 GB||2.40Ghz|
|wilkins||4||12||48||Public parallel nodes||E5645||96 GB||2.40Ghz|
Information Technology is responsible for the computing and networking infrastructure and technical support necessary to sustain all of the Stewart School's activities - instruction, research, and administration.
The IT staff is available to assist with any ISyE related computing issues between the hours of 8AM until 6PM (at a minimum) on weekdays.
The ISyE IT Team is leveraging Georgia Tech’s flexible working and telecommuting opportunities. Per ISyE policy, team members are telecommuting up to two days per week. Please see this calendar https://bit.ly/3lcYQlT to know who is in the office on any given day, excepting scheduled vacations.
If you experience any problems with ISyE computing equipment or facilities, please report them to the email@example.com. In the event of emergencies or when e-mail is not possible, service can be requested by contacting any member of Information Technology team. The staff can be reached in person in their office suites in the Groseclose building (suite 302 and room 305) and through our helpdesk phone line at 404-894-6518.
Helpdesk requests are prioritized based on the urgency of the request. If you do not receive help within what you think is a reasonable amount of time, please contact Lawrence Sharp at 404-894-0270, or email Lawrence Sharp, with a copy of your original helpdesk request.
We endeavor to provide the best service possible with the resources available!