Siemens has released a student edition version of its NX design, simulation, and manufacturing software. This edition of NX is free to download and use for all University of Michigan students. For further details about the software, including a link to the download, refer to the Siemens NX Student Edition Free Download blog post.
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Many updates occurred to CAEN’s Windows Remote Desktop Service in the month of March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and we want to ensure the College community stays informed of all changes.
The University of Michigan has moved to online classes for the remainder of the Winter 2020 term, as well as the Spring Continue Reading »
All University of Michigan students have access to the Unity Student plan at no cost. This plan grants access to the Unity real-time 3D development platform and workflows that professionals use to create immersive experiences across many industries.
To gain access, U-M students will first need to apply for the GitHub Student Developer Pack, Continue Reading »
Mobius* is a mobile-friendly, web-based portal that helps students, facility managers, faculty, and staff find the tools they need, and how to access the makerspaces that are available to them. Mobius is available to all members of the U-M community.
Designed by MIT, Mobius helps members of the Make Impact Consortium navigate the vast Continue Reading »
HTC VIVE Pro and HP Reverb extended reality headsets are now available for checkout at the Duderstadt Center reserve desk. The HTC VIVE Pro headsets can be connected to XR tower computers in the CAEN computer labs located in EECS 4440 and GFL 224. To reduce setup time, the HTC Vive Base Stations have been Continue Reading »
The reservable CAEN computer lab located in LBME 1310 was permanently closed on December 16, 2019 for a BME department remodeling project named BME Design Spaces. A CAEN computer lab will not be part of the newly remodeled space, however there will be CAEN computing lab resources within the space.
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This is a reminder that starting January 29, 2020, Duo will be required by the University for every U-M student on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses. As background, last Winter 2019 all U-M faculty, staff, and student employees were required by the University to enable Duo two-factor authentication.
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Eligible students will continue to receive a $10 College of Engineering supplemental printing allocation for the Winter 2020 and Spring/Summer 2020 terms. As with previous terms, this is in addition to the standard ITS printing allocation provided to all U-M students, which is currently unchanged at $24 per term.
After the Spring/Summer 2020 term, the Continue Reading »
The College of Engineering cost shares a shared pool of COMSOL Multiphysics licenses for research use, administered by CAEN. Since the COMSOL research license pool is NOT a site license, a cost-sharing program has been set up, meaning Engineering faculty and their research groups which heavily use the licenses are charged for the portion of Continue Reading »
Starting January 29, 2020, Duo Two-factor Authentication will be required for every University of Michigan student on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses:
All students required to use two-factor authentication by 2020
All U-M faculty and employees were required to enable Duo as of the last Winter 2019 term. In response, CAEN implemented the Continue Reading »