People tend to check in during these times:
New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences is a leading center for research and education in mathematics and computer science.
So there's a library on the 12th floor. And your free printing works there. You're welcome.
The classrooms seem fairly old and are kind of depressing
Best applied math department in the world!
13th flr lounge is where it's at. The finest Keurig coffee in all the land.
find hackdays and demodays here
I hear a bunch of cool kids from Tech@NYU can be found here. Join us: techatnyu.org
The tasting menu was amazeballs. Also, cocktails on tap!
high tuition | high demands | broad list of international mathematicians lecture |
First one to solve P vs. NP gets a million bucks!
The 13 floor lounge has some of the best views in NYC and is a great place to study. But shhh don't let the CIMS kids know you're not one of them.
CIMS students are by far my favorite NYU students, yes.
Sit in on my data structures recitation, thursdays @3:30, fall 2011
If you need to print something in color for class there's a secret room on the 4th floor with a color printer and two computers. The door is always open so its easy to find.
If you have a CIMS account, free printing in the 2nd floor lab.