Welcome to the MIT Department of Mathematics computer network! The Math Department has its own computer network, built and maintained separately from MIT's network. This network is used by all Math faculty, staff, and graduate students.
If you are experiencing computer problems, please send a detailed email to email@example.com, call us at 3-4995, or stop by room 2-235.
9:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday
TechSquare Office Hours:
Monday: 1 - 5 (Matt McKinnon)
Tuesday: 9 - 12 (Matt McKinnon)
Wednesday: 9 - 5 (Frank Tilley)
Thursday: 1 - 5 (Frank Tilley)
Friday: 9 - 12 (Matt McKinnon)
Department Computing News
- IS&T is retiring the MIT and MIT N wireless connections in January 2012, visit ist.mit.edu/news/open_networks_retirement for more info. Please switch over to the secure version of these connections (MIT Secure and MIT Secure N) as soon as possible. Contact the Math Help desk if you have any question or problems.
- The computer lab in room 2-268 is open again, and the printers in room 2-285 have been moved back in to 2-268.
- We will never ask you for your username or password by email . Please ignore any email asking you to send your username or password, it is a scam and an attempt to steal your identity.
- Due to popular request, we have enabled POP access to Math Dept email. To download math email with Gmail, follow these instructions.
Webmail - This link will direct you to the Math Department Webmail site, which is based on the 'roundcube' webmail software package. The URL is easy to remember, too: "math.mit.edu/webmail"
Web interface for SSH login - Use this to get a UNIX session from anywhere that has Internet access.