CAEN offers a number of training resources and workshops for instructors including walk in sessions for classroom technology and software assistance. Other groups in Engineering also offer training and information sessions available to faculty, including instructional support sessions hosted by CRLT-Engin and Nexus.
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The College of Engineering and LSA along with Gradescope and Piazza have teamed up to offer faculty some training sessions for their respective software.
Gradescope allows you, as an instructor, to create, administer, and grade both low stakes and high stakes assessments. Using Gradescope you can administer assessments both online and via bubble sheets. Instructors Continue Reading »
In preparation for the Winter 2021 term, Nexus, CRLT-Engin, and CAEN invite you to a virtual Symposium on Engineering Teaching and Learning from January 11-13, 2021. This three-day event will consist of synchronous and asynchronous sessions that range from 60-90 minutes on curated topics based on faculty experiences, questions, and needs.
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Learn how ANSYS simulation tools allow you to simulate fluid dynamics, structural dynamics and electromagnetics phenomena with great accuracy, and how they influence product design. In this workshop, we will discuss:
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- Why, as young engineers, simulation skills are key to boosting your career
- Free student resources to help with your projects (i.e., free on-demand MOOCs
As announced by ARC-TS, the Flux high-performance computing (HPC) cluster will be replaced in early 2019 with a new computing cluster named Great Lakes. Since there are a number of differences between Flux and the new Great Lakes environment, a test cluster named Beta has been created and is now available for researchers Continue Reading »
The ITS Collaboration Team is offering a series of instructor-led training sessions to U-M faculty and staff this summer. They are offered at no-charge and open for registration via My LINC.
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On Thursday, June 28, Materialise will be providing a Mimics software workshop on the University of Michigan campus, sponsored by CAEN. During this hands-on training course, Materialise experts will take you through all of the capabilities of the Mimics Innovation Suite step-by-step. You will learn more about how Mimics can be used for Engineering on Continue Reading »
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 »
Are you new to deep learning and want to learn how to use it in your work? Deep learning can achieve state-of-the-art accuracy in many human-like tasks such as naming objects in a scene or recognizing optimal paths in an environment. Please join us for a MathWorks Seminar and Workshop on Deep Learning using MATLAB, Continue Reading »
CAEN is piloting Winter term weekly office hours for students who need on-site help with a variety of CAD programs and tools. The weekly office hours are scheduled for Thursdays from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Wilson Student Team Project Center, conference room 1000. After the pilot, the program will be re-evaluated and Continue Reading »