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EMS Student Staff

Read about the students who work in the Engineering Machine Shop. They have a breadth of skills and expertise.

ANSYS Advanced CFD Modeling Webinars

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The October 30 webinar will address advanced CFD modeling of bubbles and heat transfer. We will talk about how one university simulated the motion of argon bubbles being injected into molten steel during the continuous casting process, and how another used the Discrete Ordinates radiation model to illustrate thermal processes in solar power receivers.

ANSYS Academic Training Seminars Nov-Dec 2014

Ansys logoANSYS academic training session for November and December 2014. All session are two hours long. You must register for these courses. If you have questions, write to ANSYS

MATLAB Oct-Nov 2014 Seminars

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

Introduction to Simulink, Tuesday, October 28

Tackling Big Data with MATLAB, Tuesday, November 4

MATLAB to C Made Easy, Tuesday, November 11

Going to CERN - Updated

15 October update:

3d cases printed in EMS in use Photo sent from physics showing the cases EMS printed last week getting ready for beam [see below for explanation of how they will be used ] . James also included this comment: "Everyone is going on and on about them :)".

Map a Drive Web Page Updated 9/19

How to Map a Drive web page updated with information on mapping the files@iowa file space.

Funds for Innovations in Teaching with Technology

The University of Iowa Academic Technologies Advisory Council will be accepting proposals for the Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.

The goal of the Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards program is to raise the level of teaching and learning at the UI by supporting significant and innovative instructional technology projects that have the potential to directly impact student success and retention.

ECS Hiring Systems Administrator

Engineering Computer Services (ECS) wants to hire a qualified computer system administrator who can write and debug quality computer code, communicate effectively, and understand technical documentation. Desirable skills include proficiency with system and network tools such as editors, debuggers, shell environments; technical and systems administration experience; and knowledge of security, networking and operating system concepts and design. Applicants need two years of relevant experience.

Dye-sublimation Printer - New Web Page

Read about the dye-sublimation printer and, more importantly, see what sorts of cool and personalized things you can create.

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