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Support for requests and problem reports related to the U-M Passwordstate service available at Michigan Engineering.


Facilities support for Biomedical Engineering.


The software deployed with the CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE) includes a large set of engineering-specific applications covering a wide range of disciplines, as well as software for general productivity.


CAEN’s Lecture Recording Service is the most automated and easy-to-use option for making recordings in a classroom. All Michigan Engineering centrally-scheduled classrooms have built-in cameras and microphones for recording the instructor, as well as systems to capture the image being shown on the projector.


CAEN has a site license that provides educational use of Camtasia to interested U-M faculty, whose administrative home is within Michigan Engineering.


Depending on an application’s licensing terms and one’s role at the University of Michigan, individuals may not be able to access certain software in the CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE). Those who would not otherwise be eligible to these licenses by default may request access below.


IT support for CAEN-supported units based in the North Campus Research Complex.


IT support for the Electric Vehicle Center (EVC).


Departmental IT support for Michigan Robotics.


The CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE) is the desktop computing experience for students using CAEN computers. It is available for Microsoft Windows and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and is designed to enable ease of use and enhance productivity for Michigan Engineering students performing course work and academic research.


Several web-based applications exist to help faculty, staff, and students in Michigan Engineering departments gain deeper insight into University data, and use it in ways that improve day-to-day productivity.


CAEN provides general support and consulting services on web solutions for Michigan Engineering departments.


For Michigan Engineering faculty, researchers, and information technology professionals to find information and resources to address the IT security needs within their departments.


Michigan Engineering supervisors use the Performance Review System to create, update, and manage the performance reviews of their employees.


This version of the CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE) is deployed using Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and provides an environment to run the licensed software offered by CAEN.


Departmental IT support for Chemical Engineering.


The Salesforce project aims to improve the College's engagement with Michigan Engineering alumni.


Eligible students, faculty, and staff are provided online file storage to support their use of CAEN’s desktop computing environments, also known as a "CAEN Home Directory."


CAEN provides consistent and reliable technology in Michigan Engineering classrooms to enhance teaching and learning for instructors and students. This technology generally offers a self-service orientation, facilitated by easy-to-use, in-room control systems and pre-configured setups.


The CAEN Help Desk is Michigan Engineering’s main computing and IT support contact. Consultants are available to answer your questions about accessing CAEN computer labs, classroom technology, software, and other Engineering computing services.


Student support for Nexus.


This version of the CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE) uses Microsoft Windows, which is optimized for launching CAEN-licensed applications via the AppsAnywhere software-on-demand service.


Technical support for the Aerospace Engineering department.


The Windows Remote Desktop Service allows eligible individuals at Michigan Engineering to remotely access the CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE) for Windows.