Use this form to contact the Engineering e-mail postmaster for any questions, concerns, trouble reports, or comments about emailing Engineering recipients.
Use this form to contact the Engineering hostmaster (network managers) with any questions, concerns, trouble reports, or comments about network issues related to the College of Engineering.
Email to Large Groups Request
Use this form to request that email be sent to the specific engineering groups
FastX for Remote Linux Sessions
FastX is software that brings the graphical interface from a Linux machine to your Windows, Macintosh, or Linux computer. It is currently installed in the labs and the 1245 and 3231 classrooms. Learn more here.
Find our policies regarding equipment use, classroom technology, computing, printer, software and more.
Find our laptop recommendations for incoming Engineering students here.
Safety Data Sheets
The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) requires chemical manufacturers, distributors, or importers to provide Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) (formerly known as Material Safety Data Sheets or MSDSs) to communicate the hazards of hazardous chemical products. Find ETC safety data sheets here: Safety Data Sheets for Electronics Shop, by catalog number.
Sales and Parts Catalog
Check the interactive EES parts catalog listing or the complete on-line inventory to see all products available in our Electronics shop. Note that prices are subject to change without notice. When ordering, please reference parts by the catalog number/shop number, which appears to the left of the part description.
Check out hand tools, measuring tools, technology, Creative Boxes, and LabQuest equipment for use on projects and class assignments for FREE through the Engineering Library Tool Library. Tools include scales, 3D Scanners, wrenches, light meters, 3D Cameras, and an Oculus Rift. For a list of inventory visit our website here: Lichtenberger Library Tool Library.
Request to receive UICapture folders here.
VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, creates a secure connection between your remote computer and a virtual Windows machine that has the Engineering lab software load. Use VDI if you want to work on class projects that require software such as MATLAB, Maple, and Mathematica. More information here.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) gives you a secure way to get access to files. The Junos Pulse VPN gives you a secure way to connect to Engineering College resources from outside of the college and off campus. You can use Junos Pulse to get secure access to files in your home directory and files in shares; engineering email; ICON course sites; the license server to run software; and Remote Desktop (for faculty and staff). Here are instructions for Windows Systems, Mac Systems, and Linux Systems.