To schedule appointments with Kevin Cole and reserve department equipment visit ME Resources.
CAEDM (Computer Aided Engineering Design and Manufacturing) is the organization that manages the college-wide computing resources of the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology. These resources include three general college use labs as well as applications and services accessible from departmental labs and from faculty and student-owned machines.
Rooms 110 and 230 in the Crabtree Building offer computers and study labs for students to study and collaborate. These labs are only available to ME Students.
The Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance, or MSDNAA is a program that allows students and faculty to download Microsoft software programs for academic related non-commercial purposes. Some examples of what is available are: Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista, Visio, Project, Visual Studio and more.
All college students and faculty now have access to MSDNAA through their CAEDM account – no additional setup required. To log in, visit MSDNAA and log in using your CAEDM account.
The VMWare Academic Program allows students and faculty to download VMware products and software programs for academic related non-commercial purposes.
All college students and faculty now have access to VMware through their CAEDM account – no additional setup required. To log in, visit http://vmware.et.byu.edu and log in using your CAEDM account.
The M.E. department maintains an equipment checkout room in 154 CB from which students may checkout items such as multimeters, thermocouples, and other equipment to use for class projects etc. The machine shop in room 150 CB is also open for the M.E. students' use. In order to operate the equipment in the machine shop, a safety test is required.
If you need assistance with the department computer resources, please make a support ticket. If you need assistance with the CAEDM printers, please contact CAEDM. For problems with department printers, make a support ticket. To refill printer paper or ink, for a non-CAEDM printer, please visit the secretaries in CTB 435 or call them at 422-2625.
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Brigham Young University offers a reading and writing center to aid students in their written communication skills. Their purpose is to help you, the writer, improve your writing style. They are available to talk with you about the ideas in your paper and how clearly you have conveyed those ideas to us as a reader. For more information, visit the Writing Center website.
The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE), formerly Engineering-In-Training (EIT), is a test taken after a student has completed most of their undergraduate education. It is one step toward becoming a Professional Engineer (PE). This test is administered twice a year, once in April and October. It is recommended to take the FE exam during or soon after graduation. After several years of practice, an engineer may take the Principles and Practice of Engineering exam to qualify for a PE.