Computer Support Personnel
Chemistry, Environmental Sciences,
Geological Sciences

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Lynn Carlson

My primary role is to support the implementation and use of Geographic Information System technology here on campus. In addition, I share responsibility for the unix computers in the Environmental and Remote Technologies Lab (MacMillan Hall Room 105) with Bill Fripp (Bill does the heavy duty unix administration - security and upgrades - while I take care of the more mundane tasks such as adding user accounts and archiving project files). I am responsible for maintenance and backup of PCs and Macs used by Environmental Studies students, staff and faculty in MacMillan Hall, including PCs that interface with analytical equipment (Ion Chromatograph, spectrometer, Carbon-Nitrogen Elemental Analyzer, etc.). I am available to provide backup support to the student DCC at the Center for Environmental Studies and would assume this responsibility in total should a student not be available.
MacMillan Environmental Sciences,
Geological Sciences
GIS software subsystem, UNIX, Windows and Macs, Backups x 3-9917, MacMillan 214

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Bill Collins

I work in Geological Sciences and support Windows, Macintosh, networking in general and printing, both local and networked. Margaret Doll and I share responsibility for the Linux/Samba print server/domain controller (though she is the definitive UNIX/LINUX guru!). I have supported personal computers since the days of the first PCs and Macs (Lisa) in our department, as well as the infamous RTs. Computing support/training/procurement/repair is approximately 50% of my job. I also am the facilities and safety coordinator for my department and I manage, maintain and operate my own lab. I work closely with Margaret Doll, Lynn Carlson, Bill Fripp and now Carol DeFeciani. Together we work as a team to provide an efficient, reliable, safe and secure computing environment for our users collectively, and individually within our respective departments.
GeoChem, Lincoln Field, MacMillan Geological Sciences Windows, Macs, Networking, Printing
x 3-3447, GeoChem 157

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Carol DeFeciani

"I'm the new DCC for the Dept. of Chemistry and I work with Margaret Doll. I'm responsible for Windows and Mac machines as well as departmental web pages. Email me if you're having a problem with your computer or if you'd like something added or edited on the Dept. of Chem website."
GeoChem Chemistry Chemistry Web Pages, Windows, Macs, Networking, Printing
Cell Phone: 316-9168
x 3-9482
GeoChem 229

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Margaret Doll

I work for both the Chemistry and Geological Sciences Departments.

Email me for

  • unix accounts the web server, on the computer clusters for both departments and on research unix computers in GeoChem excluding the NMR work stations.
  • adding equipment to the wired network
  • inclusion in the backup schedules for faculty, staff and research computers
  • restoration of backed up files
  • printing problems
  • the installation of software on unix computers in GC 107, the computers in GC 109, 113, 114 and the Chemistry and Geological Sciences computer clusters.
  • unix instructions and information on how to run on the computer clusters.
  • help with Windows and MacIntoshes when your Departmental DCC is unavailable.

Geochem, Lincoln Field, MacMillan, B&H Chemistry,
Geogical Sciences
UNIX, Networking, Printing, Backups
x 3-1982
Geochem 166

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Bill Fripp

I am the primary systems and network manager for the SUN/Solaris Unix workstations in Lincoln Field Bldg. Secondary to Lynn Carlson for the 119 subnet of SUN workstations in MacMillan Hall. I do backup, troubleshooting, and technical maintainance on all these machines.

I also write, maintain, and build scientific applications software using C, Fortran, IDL/ENVI, and Matlab. Most of this work is involved in image analysis and satellite remote sensing applications.

Lincoln Field, MacMillan Geological Sciences UNIX, Scientific Application Programming, Networking, Backups x3-1062,
Lincoln Field 311

Updated 10/29/2003