Welcome to Electronics and Computing Facility
Due to the renovation project, ECF have been temporary relocated to LM 204A (Chemistry Learning Centre). Our office hours are Monday to Friday (8:45am to 5pm). Please submit work orders and new account forms to our office at LM 204A. We will be relocating back to LM436 (e-shop) during the week of July 15, 2017.
This past weekend, exploit tools were released to be used against Microsoft operating system vulnerabilities. Malicious use of these tools will result in remote code execution on the compromised machines. Please ensure immediate patching and rebooting of current Windows operating systems, desktops and servers, ASAP. There are no patches for unsupported Windows operating systems including: Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and older. These systems must be upgraded ASAP to supported software.Chemistry ECF staff will be scanning the systems connected to the Chemistry network. We will be contacting group leaders when we identify issues and will work with you to meet the minimum security requirements. Your prompt response and cooperation is needed to address the issues immediately. Microsoft has fixed the vulnerabilities for their currently supported platforms, as of March 14th: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/msrc/2017/04/14/protecting-customers-and-evaluating-risk/
We are presenting at TKF 2017 a talk by Jack Jackiewicz, Amy Hrdina, Meagan Willis and Violeta Gotcheva featuring Chemistry Electronics Facility. Abstract: There is a mix of old and new scientific equipment in almost every research lab at the University of Toronto. From simple heaters and stirrers to gas chromatographs and liquid-gas-cooled electron microscopes, faculty and students are reaching often to new designs and uses for laboratory equipment to be able to solve challenging scientific problems. The Electronics Facility at the Department of Chemistry works with scientists to support their efforts in finding the best designs, affordable fixes and highly customized solutions. Via collaboration with our customers, we are able to meet their needs with up to date microprocessor controlled designs. In this talk, we will feature selected electronics projects developed by the Chemistry Electronics Facility and inspired by the faculty and students.
Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto
80 St. George St.
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H6
Phone: 647-550-9795 or 416-978-5257