When using Windows computers in CAEN Labs or ITS Sites, students are encouraged to store their class work and other files in their CAEN Windows Home Directory instead of ITS AFS Personal Storage, M+Box, or M+Google Drive. With M+Box and M+Google Drive, students are constrained to copying files back and forth to local temporary Continue Reading »
The system for reserving CAEN collaborative stations has expanded to include all collaborative stations installed in CAEN computer labs. This includes the collaborative stations in Beyster 1695, G.G. Brown 2570, GFL 224, and the newly installed stations in EECS 1222. Additional stations in the Duderstadt Center will be coming later this term.
EECS 1222, located right off the EECS Atrium, is a newly renovated space open to all students on a first-come, first-served basis, or with an advance reservation. It is equipped with two reservable CAEN collaborative workspaces, and a small study area.
The CAEN computer lab in G.G. Brown 2304 was permanently closed on December 21, 2015. A new lab located in G.G Brown 2517 has taken its place.
This new CAEN computer lab is reservable for classes, and open for drop-in use when not reserved for course instruction. This lab offers 46 work areas, each with Continue Reading »
Beginning in the Fall 2016 term, Canvas will replace CTools as the campus-wide learning management system (LMS) used for courses. This means that those who teach or support a course at the University will no longer be able to use CTools to publish their course content beginning in the Fall 2016 term. Background about this Continue Reading »
Please join us October 27 for a complimentary hands-on workshop on using Raspberry Pi as a target platform. All U-M faculty, staff, researchers, and students are welcome. Registration is required to attend.
Participants in this session will develop, simulate, and test custom algorithms, and deploy them on a Raspberry Pi platform from within the Simulink Continue Reading »
Please join us for an “Introduction to Simulink and Stateflow for Model-Based Design” hands-on workshop. All University of Michigan faculty, staff, researchers and students are all welcome to attend.
Two sessions will be held on Wednesday, September 30 (9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.). Each session is a 3-hour hands-on Continue Reading »
The CAEN Windows Remote Desktop Service has been upgraded to support virtualized GPUs (graphics processing units). This enables software applications that are graphically intensive (e.g. CAD, 3D Visualization…) to run faster by making use of graphics hardware located on the server.
Different host pool names are available depending on whether you are connecting from on-campus Continue Reading »
Over 200 new HP Z230 computers have been installed into the following CAEN labs for start of the Fall 2015 term:
These computers have the following specifications:
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Users of the CAEN labs and Duderstadt Center can now reserve group (collaborative) stations. The new reservation system will be piloted on a subset of the collaborative stations during the Fall 2015 term, with a full roll-out planned to all collaborative stations for the Winter 2016 term. The pilot locations are:
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