About

About 2018-02-27T22:39:07+00:00

We are at EINA, Zaragoza, Spain

EINA is the School of Engineering and Architecture at the University of Zaragoza

EINA is located in the Rio Ebro campus of the University. The campus is in the neighbourhood known as ACTUR, to the North of town.

How to get to Zaragoza

The most common way is by high-speed train from Madrid, Barcelona or Seville. Zaragoza has an international airport, served mainly by Ryanair flights from several European cities.

How to get to EINA from Zaragoza

From the Madrid-Barcelona motorway AP2: take exit 321 (signposted as Área Rey Fernando, or Campus Río Ebro) and follow the signs to either Campus Río Ebro, EINA, or Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura

Tram Line 1 has a stop on campus (Campus Río Ebro). You must buy your ticket before you board (ticket machine available at every tram stops)

There is no direct public transport, but you can take bus route C1 (‘Circular’) and then tram Line 1. Alternatively take a taxi and give the driver these instructions: “a la EINA, en el ACTUR, edificio Torres Quevedo”; cost: about 12 euros.

There are often coaches to meet each flight, taking you to the city centre where you have access to the bus route (see above). Alternatively take a taxi and tell the driver: “A la EINA, en el ACTUR, edificio Torres Quevedo”; cost: about 30 euros.

  • EINA, María de Luna 3, 50018 Zaragoza España

  • +34-976–762959

  • gfn..at..unizar.es

EINA building

Facilities

Since 1999, we maintain several beowulf-type computer clusters, which we call Boadicea (Beowulf Oriented Architecture for Distributed, Intensive Computing in Engineering Applications).

Boadicea 08

  • 12 Dual Intel Dual-Core Xeon L5240 3.0GHz with 8 Gb RAM
  • 24-port Gigabit switch

Boadicea 09

  • 12 Dual Intel Dual-Core Xeon L5240 3.0GHz with 8 Gb RAM
  • 3x 48-port Gigabit switch

Ancillary services

  • Router: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 2.2GHz
  • Monitoring: KVM Virtual Machine over Intel i7 920
  • Display node: Intel Xeon 2.80GHz 4GB