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 adjusted to fit demand.
The University of Michigan College of Engineering, in partnership with the M Cloud and the Microsoft Azure education team, is pleased to announce a free hands-on cloud computing workshop on July 12. Seats are limited, so registration is required to attend.
More information available by visiting the Michigan IT News site.
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, display, and store real-world data and programmatically control a user interface. At the end of the course, you are given the opportunity to prepare for and take the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam, a globally recognized entry-level certification exam for free.
The training will be held July 17 through 21 in the IOE Building, and is sponsored by CAEN. Space is limited, so registration is required to attend.
For more information on the LabVIEW Boot Camp and to register, visit: https://events.ni.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x697127612
The LabVIEW Boot Camp is a compressed LabVIEW Core 1 and Core 2 training. If you’re new to programming with LabVIEW or looking to improve your existing skills, this free hands-on course will introduce you to graphical programming with LabVIEW system design software. You’ll learn fundamental skills to develop data acquisition, instrument control, data logging and measurement analysis applications as well as have an opportunity to take the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam, a globally recognized entry-level certification exam, free of charge.
The training will be held July 11 through 14 in the G.G. Brown Laboratory, and is sponsored by CAEN. Space is limited, so registration is required to attend.
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On March 15, COMSOL will give a free, all-day multiphysics modeling workshop at the University of Michigan, sponsored by CAEN. At this extended workshop, attendees will get hands-on experience with COMSOL Multiphysics and the Application Builder, and will have the chance to set up and solve a simulation through a hands-on exercise guided by a COMSOL expert.
Who should attend? Anyone interested in simulating and optimizing engineering phenomena based on PDEs, such as structural mechanics, heat transfer, electromagnetics, fluid flows, etc. Applications of the software are found in virtually every area of science and engineering. You will leave with new skills to work on your own applications using your free, two-week COMSOL trial.
Seating is limited, so registration is required. Details about the session, time, and location are available at:
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 environment. Lab modules will include examples of video and image processing: from simple video in/out handling, to more sophisticated processing such as object recognition and edge detection.
To view complete session descriptions, including time and location, and to register, visit: www.mathworks.com/seminars/UMich2015
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 Simulink and Stateflow training event. Each attendee will have the opportunity to build a model from scratch and improve the model throughout the session. In this session, you will learn how to model dynamic systems and integrate feedback control through a series of demonstrations to model a dynamical system and a feedback controller using a range of Simulink constructs and checking the results at each step through simulation.
Registration is required to attend; please register for only one session. To register and view a complete description of the session, visit:
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: (Event no longer exists)
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:
Online videos are also available, and provide step-by-step tutorials, example projects, and short videos to get started with NI LabVIEW, NI DAQ, and NI RIO.
More information about the training courses can be found at: http://ni.com/academic/training
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 cutting-edge software suite has a solution.
- Introduction and live demo of the Mimics Innovation Suite
- Presentation by Scott Hollister, PhD, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering and Associate Professor of Surgery, how he is using the Mimics Innovation Suite to create 3D printed patient specific bioresorbable splints
Date & Location
Spaces are limited so please register by November 12 at the following URL:
For more information, contact Tammy Ogletree at email@example.com or (734) 259-7034.