User Support

Help Desk Hours (Fall 2017)

264 Coordinated Science Laboratory (CSL)
9 a.m. - 12 p.m., 1 - 5 p.m., Weekdays
264 Materials Research Laboratory (MRL)
9 a.m. -12 p.m., 1 - 5 p.m., Weekdays
1005 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory (MEL)
9 a.m. - 12 p.m., 1- 5 p.m., Weekdays
2302 Siebel Center
9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Weekdays

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User Support services are focused on supporting individuals.  The services provided in this area include:

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Overview

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Overview

Engineering IT offers use of laptops for events, travel, or temporary replacement for a broken machine.

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Faculty, staff, and grad students of the Engineering College.

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New to campus or don't know where to begin? Engineering IT professionals are available to help you get started. Even if we don't host the service, we are happy to help point you in the right direction. Just contact us at engrit-help [at] illinois [dot] edu or look up your Engineering IT Pro on the Faculty page. Look through our Engineering IT Service Catalog on this site to begin learning how we support the innovative research and instruction that Engineering at Illinois brings to the world.

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Event planning tips and checklist

The following document outlines issues for Computer Science users to address before any events are planned in the Siebel Center. These may include RSO events, research group conferences, or Departmental vendor events. Engineering IT seeks to support our users as best we can, and advance communication is critical to success. This checklist will assist in your planning.

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The department uses the campus Webtools calendar for event calendars. Separate calendars are maintained for different types of events such as seminars and academic deadlines. These separate calendars are included on a main department calendar which is displayed on the on the department website, the information panels and the Siebel Center video wall. RSS feeds are available for the main calendar as well as the individual calendars.

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Why use Engineering Linux?

We Do the Hard Work for You

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Requesting software for research or instructional use

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A large amount of software available to managed Engineering Linux computers is available via Environment Modules. These modules allow Engineering IT to distribute large software packages without having to install the software on individual machines. They also allow Engineering Linux users access to multiple versions of popular software, such as Mathematica or MATLAB.

module list

To see what modules you currently have loaded, use the 'module list' command:

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