The process for running software applications on the CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE) for Windows available in computer labs and the remote desktop service will change in Fall 2015. Each time a student logs in, they will be presented with a website listing available software applications:
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CAEN is sponsoring a compressed LabVIEW Core 1 and Core 2 training, including an attempt to pass the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer Certification Exam. The training will be held July 13 through 16 in Ford Auditorium.
Space is limited, so registration is required to attend.
For more information on the LabVIEW Boot Camp, visit:
With contributions from the College of Engineering and other colleges, ITS has obtained a University-wide software license for a number of MathWorks products that are now available to U-M students at no cost. MATLAB, Simulink, and 26 other MathWorks products and toolkits are included. The software and license keys are available now for download by Continue Reading »
The University recently renegotiated its license agreement with Microsoft, and as a result it now includes Office 365 Education at no cost for U-M students, faculty, and staff. The Office 365 Education program includes downloadable copies of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other popular Microsoft applications; these products can be installed on up to 5 Continue Reading »
In Fall 2014, CAEN and U-M Libraries partnered to transform a portion of the Duderstadt Center second floor atrium/southwest corner into a collaborative and social hub for students. The goal of the project was to provide areas for group collaboration, computing, and study. Currently there are nine collaborative areas that will accommodate group sizes up Continue Reading »
CAEN is pleased to announce the availability of a new product lifecycle management (PLM) service for registered College of Engineering (CoE) student organizations. PLM has been defined as “the process of managing the entire lifecycle of a product from inception, through engineering design and manufacture, to service and disposal of manufactured products. PLM integrates people, Continue Reading »
On Wednesday, December 17, a change will be made to the system used to maintain and moderate the College of Engineering faculty and staff email lists, specifically firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. The requirements for sending to the unofficial email lists will not change, but senders of messages to these lists will see some differences in how Continue Reading »
Under the University of Michigan license agreement with National Instruments (NI), all current U-M students, faculty, and staff are eligible for free NI self-paced, online training courses. Each course contains multimedia training modules, interactive quizzes to test understanding, and challenging exercises and their solutions. To gain access:
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Join Materialise and Scott Hollister, PhD for a free lunch about the Mimics Innovation Suite of software used by famous hospitals, research institutes, medical device companies and clinicians around the world to go from image data (CT/MRI/MicoCT) to 3D models for Engineering on Anatomy. Whether your focus is medicine, biology, engineering, or life sciences, this Continue Reading »
Let ANSYS experts help make you more efficient and shorten your learning curve by attending one of their many specialized ANSYS academic training sessions, sponsored by CAEN. These sessions are geared to assisting College of Engineering professors, teaching assistants and students.
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