The LabVIEW Boot Camp is a compressed LabVIEW Core 1 and Core 2 training. Designed specifically for academic researchers, educators, and graduate students, this free, five-day hands-on course teaches you a basic understanding of coding with LabVIEW as well as the fundamental skills needed to develop applications using the state machine design pattern to process, Continue Reading »
Due to the continued growth of Wi-Fi across the University, ITS will be adding a new block of IP address space (220.127.116.11/16) to the MWireless network. The addition of new IP address space will help ensure the availability of MWireless across campus as use of WiFi continues to grow.
The targeted timeline for introducing this Continue Reading »
CAEN is piloting a service called Kumo which allows you to map your cloud-based storage drives such as U-M Box and U-M Google Drive to a CAEN lab computer. Originally developed by Indiana University, it is simple to use and allows easy access to your Box and Google drives.
Setup is easy; just authorize your Continue Reading »
GFL 224 has re-opened as both a College of Engineering 50-seat flexible classroom and a CAEN collaborative-style lab. The 12 collaborative stations can be used when the facility is not reserved for classroom use.
The CAEN lab in GFL 224 originally opened a number of years ago to primarily provide a location for the Mechanical Continue Reading »
Due to positive student feedback, CAEN is adding ten more 34” curved LED monitors (Samsung model S34E790C) on computers in the Duderstadt Center and Beyster 1695. These monitors offer more screen real estate with a resolution of 3440×1440 (QHD).
The following is a summary of all the locations where these monitors are currently installed:
The CAEN lab in the Gorguze Family Laboratory (GFL) room 224 reopened on Friday, December 2. This student computer lab has been closed since July 2016 to undergo room and technology renovations, and features a new layout geared toward College of Engineering (CoE) group-based learning and instruction.
CAEN partnered with Cindy Finelli, Associate Professor of Continue Reading »
Changes to the CLSE this summer included upgrading the base operating systems to Microsoft Windows 10 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3, as well as removing the “I” (Instructional) or “R” (Research) computer designations. For further details on these changes, and more, refer to our recent CAEN News Article.
315 new HP Z240 computers have been installed into the following CAEN Labs for start of the Fall 2016 term:
- Beyster 1620
- Beyster 1695
- EECS 1230
- EECS 4440
- GFL 224
- GGBL 2570
- LBME 1310
- SRB 2230
- Duderstadt Center LLC, 2E, 3SW
These computers have the following specifications:
- Small Form Factor (SFF) design
- CPU: Intel Xeon
- Beyster 1695
- G.G. Brown 2570
- EECS 1222
These particular models (SMART kapp) are on movable carts, and use regular dry erase markers. They were chosen based on their mobility, ease of use, and functionality. They interact with smartphones and Continue Reading »
When logging into CAEN Windows lab computers, ITS AFS home directories will no longer be automatically mounted to the H: network drive. This change is being made due to a number of compatibility problems associated with AFS storage technology and the Windows operating system (see this previous news article for more information about the problems). Continue Reading »