Provided by the Computer Network Center (CNC)
There are many Unix/Linux resources available for Student/Research use. Some of the resources are provided by UITS but CNC would be happy to assist with information, usage guidelines, and web-resources.
CNC can assist with the Linux/Unix needs for academic and research use.
Contact CNC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Remote access to the available resources will be via ssh/sftp.
ASIC/FPGA Design Software
Cadence – Custom IC design, test, verification, and layout tools.
Mentor Graphics - Custom IC design, simulation, test, verification, and layout tools.
Synopsys - Custom IC design, simulation, test, verification, and layout tools.
GCC/G++ - Code development tools and compiler
NS3 Network Simulator
Ansys, LS-Dyna, and others
Feel free to request software and CNC will install it where feasible.
Contact CNC at email@example.com.
For access to the systems that the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology provides please contact CNC at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure and include the software requirements and the department and/or class that this is for so we can note that in the system.
UITS has Linux resources available for student use. Please see the links below for further information.
Scholarly Data Archive
Big Red II
If you would like to request an account on the above mentioned UITS resources, please go to https://itaccounts.iu.edu