General computer access is available through the Computer Aided Design (CAD) laboratory, the Bechtel Laboratory, as well as the M.Y. Leung Computational Laboratory. The CAD laboratory consists of 40 networked state-of-the-art PCs for undergraduate and graduate instruction. The Bechtel and Leung laboratories contain both advanced PCs as well as a network of high-performance Sun workstations with a central server and advanced graphics capabilities. Advanced engineering software available for geotechnical-related projects such as GeoStudio 2007 (Slope/W, TEMP/W SEEP/W, VADOSE/W, etc.), Plaxis, FEAP, SAP, among other software developed at the university. Graduate level research in analytical and computational modeling in geotechnical engineering is conducted in the M.Y. Leung Computational Laboratory for Soils and Structures.