ETC announcement

Open: Lead Applications Developer Position (3/15)

The University of Iowa College of Engineering IT department seeks a Lead Applications Developer and projects manager to work as part of a creative, innovative and collaborative IT department. Responsibilities for this position include project and staff management as well as directing and implementing the design, installation, configuration, administration, security, operational integrity, and support of custom-developed or integrated software solutions.

Using the New Laser 3D Scanner

Recently EMS got a FARO ScanArm scanner that is easy to use and does not have the size restrictions the previous 3D scanner did. Read about the BME graduate student who was the first to use the scanner, and find out more about this new resource, including a video demonstrating its use.

MATLAB Seminars Feb-March 2015

MathWorks logo These are free webinars and feature application demonstrations followed by a Q & A session with a MathWorks engineer.

Bicycle Course Report 2

Read what Angelina Boulicault's 4th week of the hand-built bicycle course included.

Read part 1 of this multi-part report here.

New Fortus 3D Printer

new Fortus 3D printer A new Fortus 250mc 3D printer was just delivered and installed in the EMS. Along with each printer comes a quantity of material with which objects are built. Here are the boxes in which that material was shipped. boxes that had 3d printer material

ANSYS Seminars Feb-March 2015

Ansys logo

Listed below are the upcoming ANSYS academic training sessions. Select a topic for more information and to register for a training session. All sessions are two hours. If you have any questions, please contact

Bicycle Course Report, Part 1

The newest EMS article is the first in a multi-part report about BME major Angelina Boulicault's progress in the hand-built bicycle course.

New Printers in Computer Labs

As of February 2015, the 5 black and white laser printers in Elder, Hering, and 2301 lab are the same high duty-cycle Dell printer.

New FARO 3D Scanner

The newest scanner in the EMS, the FARO ScanArm, allows the user to scan an object by holding a laser and moving it around the object.

New Ellis Saw

The new Ellis saw is available for use in EMS.


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