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The Battelle Visualization Laboratory is located in Battelle Hall and operated by the Center for Computational Science. This cutting-edge facility is devoted to the teaching and learning of Computational Science, an interdisciplinary field that combines mathematics, computers and science and made possible through the generous gift of Battelle Memorial Institute.
The visualization laboratory has state-of-the-art dual boot Pentium PCs and high-end SunWorkstations for undergraduate student use. In addition to mathematical software such as Maple, MatLab, and Mathematica, it has scientific visualization software such as ArcGIS, AVS, VTK, STELLA, and other computational modeling software. The laboratory is supported by Capital University Center for Computational Science, the National Science Foundation, the Keck Foundation, and the Battelle Memorial Institute.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2013 Capital University