In the Laboratory
8.13 Syllabus and Policies
8.14 Syllabus and Policies
Lab Safety Guidelines
Lab Ethics Guidelines
Lab Notebook Guidelines
Other EHS Documents

Reports and Presentations
Reports and Presentations
Oral Report Evaluation Form
Physical Review Home
APS Guidelines for Speakers

Computing Environment
Numerical Recipes in C
Geant 4

CRC Handbook
NIST Physics Data
Table of the Isotopes
National Nuclear Data Center
WebElements Periodic Table
List of Nobel Prizes
HyperPhysics Web Site
Overview of Particle Physics
Particle Data Group

Advanced Laboratory Physics Association
Society of Physics Students
American Physical Society
American Institute of Physics

MIT Links
EHS Training

Junior Lab Computing Environment

The Junior Lab computing environment consists of approximately 20 Dell PC's running in MIT's Win-Athena Domain ( Printing needs are serviced by a high-speed duplex printer: `Gutenberg-1'.
These machines provide students direct access to their athena accounts as well as to 2GB of personal `win-athena' space for data files, analysis scripts, etc. Each win-athena machine as a common suite of software including MS Office, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Matlab (8 concurrent licenses for use within Junior Lab), Full Shot 8 (A simple to use screen capture program), and WinEdt (A GUI based LaTeX editor and compiler).
Students log into these machines as they would any Athena workstation and must remember to log out after their session is done!!!
In using the Junior Lab computers, students promise to follow all existing Athena and MIT I/S `Rules-of-Use'. We furthermore request that students make no changes or additions to any of the Junior Lab machines.
Useful Athena Computing Resources
  1. Athena On-Line Help
  2. SIPB Documents for Working on Athena
  3. Customizing Your Athena Session Using Dotfiles (AC-16)
  4. Unix Software Development - Revision Control RCS Introduction
site maintained by the Junior Lab Staff