Summary: §3.6 Infrastructure
The Department of Mathematics is physically located in two buildings not very
far from each other. The main building is the Spiegel Building, number 216 on the
campus maps, and easily recognizable by the mirrors forming the facing of the top
floor. The other is the Katz Building, number 604 on the maps, a classroom building
which houses the computer labs and the technical support.
§188.8.131.52 The Physical Plant
The offices of the professors and the secretaries are all located in the Spiegel
Building, which is shaped like a squared-off infinity sign. The Computer Center has
the southern half of the building with its central courtyard, while the Department of
Mathematics and the Department of Computer Science share the three floors of the
northern half, together with the library and the departmental computers.
§184.108.40.206 The Departmental Offices
The five secretaries have three offices on the middle floor of the building, not far
from the main entrance, and right next to the offices of the secretaries of the
Computer Science Department. The middle floor printer and two copy machines, one
for Mathematics and one for Computer Science, are near the main entrance, with a
storage room behind printers. The technical computing staff has very small offices on
the ground floor of the building.