Here you can find some useful information about computing resources offered by the University which range from every day life like email, wireless configuration, etc... to collaborative tools such as the university code repositories which can be used to set up projects.
- Gr@v researchers have full access to the Aveiro Physics Dpt. private 504-core computing cluster of dual socket (BlaFis), composed by 4/6 core Intel Xeon E5530/X5650 processor blade servers, with a total of 1.7 Tbyte RAM.
If you're a user of the cluster please read these guidelines!
Email, wireless @ UA, etc...
- University pages (STIC) (more guides & information in PT than EN version)
- GLUA -- University Linux Group (also useful help for other Unix users).
UA projects hosting & repositories
- Overview/Basic guide (short guide to get you started with SVN and CODE.UA).
- CODE.UA University homepage
Other useful resources
- C++ free course (2012) with some links & material.