Software for computers in the Duderstadt Center are provided by multiple organizations and tailored to the applications needs and licensing of differing user groups (e.g., CLSE for College of Engineering students, or general-purpose computing provided by ITS Campus Computing).
CLSE (CAEN Lab Software Environment) is available on public Microsoft Windows/Linux dual-boot workstations throughout the 2nd and 3rd floor
DMC dual-boot MacOS/Windows workstations in Groundworks, Multimedia Rooms, Fabrication Studio, Design Studio, Audio Studios A, B, and C, all provide these Apple MacOS and Microsoft Windows applications:
Some studios and labs have additional software available in on-location workstations:
Walkup iMac computers in the Atrium is provided by U-M ITS Campus Computing team using their “Sites” services. For a list of software provided in the Sites program please see: