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NOVA Math makes available to its members and collaborators 3 high performance workstations, “Turing”, “Markov” and “Leibnitz”, for more demanding computational tasks:
  • TURING: 2*CPU: AMD EPYC™ 7702 (64 Cores 256MB Cache, 2.0GHz to 3.35GHz GHz), 512GB RAM @ 3,200GHz
  • MARKOV: 2* CPU: Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2650 v3 (10 Cores 25M Cache, 2.30 GHz), 160GB RAM @ 2,133GHz
  • LEIBNITZ: 2* CPU: Intel® Xeon® Processor E5530 (4 Cores 8M Cache, 2.40 GHz), 47 GB RAM@ 1,333 GHz
  • Physical books may be booked at the central Library of FCT/NOVA
  • NOVA MATH has access to digital libraries:
    • Springer Collection: The FCT/NOVA Library, through the Center for Mathematics and Applications, has access to Springer’s Mathematics and Statistics eBooks collections for the years 2005 to 2018. These 10 annual collections contain more than 6,000 titles and integrate all the books edited in these 14 years by Springer on Mathematics and related fields: Analysis, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Computational Mathematics, Stochastic Processes, History of Mathematics, Differential Equations, Mathematical Physics, Theory of Numbers, etc. This set of titles can be consulted through the FCT catalog. This set of titles can be consulted through the FCT catalog ( or through Springer Link. The consultation of the books of this collection within the FCT Campus does not require authentication, outside the Campus it is necessary to use the CLIP credentials.
    • B-on: The b-on centralizes nationally the signing of tens of thousands of scientific journals, reducing costs and ensuring access of public institutions in the area of science and higher education to scientific publications, which are essential for the teaching and research community.
    • MathSciNet: researchers with access to the Caparica Campus Network can obtain information from the MathSciNet database. Accessing by your personal computer or mobile phone, it is possible to activate a cookie that allows access from anywhere (remote access) for 90 days.
    NOVA Math uses the facilities provided by FCT NOVA at the Math Department:
  • Offices for members, collaborators, postgraduate fellows, and research visitors;
  • Dedicated open space room for Ph.D. students;
  • Seminar rooms and amphitheaters.