Office of the Vice President for Global Communications

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Engineering computers available in Angell Hall

Students who are taking engineering courses now will have more convenient access to specialized software applications necessary for their coursework when they are on Central Campus.

 

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Angell Hall Computing Site
Computer Aided Engineering Network

The Angell Hall Computing Site now has 20 dedicated Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN) lab computers. The computers provide the same dual-boot Windows and Linux software configurations that are installed in other CAEN student computing labs.

"This is a tremendous opportunity for engineering students to access CAEN resources from Central Campus, and it begins to address a long-standing request from students to make these resources available on Central Campus. CAEN is pleased to work with Campus Computing Sites to make these computers available in the Angell Hall computing lab," says Mark Giuffrida, director of CAEN at the College of Engineering.