Students sitting in the Computer Aided Engineering Center in WMU's College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Computer Aided Engineering Center

The Computer Aided Engineering Center is a comprehensive computer center comprised of nine computer labs equipped with state-of-the-art technology and specific engineering software for Western Michigan University's College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The center also provides services to special labs and classroom network connections on the Parkview campus and troubleshooting hardware and software problems.

LAB HOURS

  • Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m to Midnight
  • Friday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Saturday: Noon to 7 pm
  • Sunday:  Noon to Midnight

48 computers are currently available for remote access from the CEAS CAE labs.

Access Remote Computers

Location

cut-away of computer centerThe offices and main labs of the Computer Aided Engineering Center are located on the second floor of Floyd Hall in the following locations:

  • C219 (Classroom Lab)
  • C220 (MAC Lab)
  • C222 (Open Lab)
  • C224 (Classroom Lab)
  • C225 (Service Area/Administration)
  • C226 (Classroom Lab)
  • C227 (Classroom Lab)
  • C228 (Classroom Lab)
  • C229 (Classroom Lab)

Staff

  • Christopher Rand, director, Email Christopher Rand | Contact through WMU’s Microsoft Teams
  • Contact the CAE Center  through WMU's Microsoft Teams  Group “WMU-CAE-Center.”
  • System Administrators:
    • Kira Hamelink
    • Edrick Tamayo
    • Chris Roggenstein
    • Matt Fackler
    • Devin Ragotzyul