MacroTechnology Works (MTW) is a state-of-the-art semiconductor processing facility at ASU Research Park. It has small lab and office spaces that can be leased by start-ups and it houses the Advanced Electronics and Photonics (AEP) core facility that can be accessed by any users for materials and device fabrication.
NanoFab is a flexible nano-processing facility that offers state-of-the-art device processing and characterization tools for startup prototype development.
Inspiration comes from the world around us. That’s why finding the right space to ideate, create and build is so important to aspiring entrepreneurs. Whether you want help building a prototype, a place to meet with mentors or a cool spot to brainstorm with classmates, we have just the right space for you.
Fulton’s innovative robotics labs are disrupting the status quo on several fronts – from helping amputees run again to keeping fighter pilots cool in the heat.
The eSpace labs at the Tempe campus provide group space for students who are building innovative prototypes. Makerbot Replicators are available on demand.
The Gen Labs at the Tempe campus provides work space and a unique collaborative environment for students, faculty, and community members who want to change the world by leveraging entrepreneurship + innovation.
HEALab at the Polytechnic campus is collaboratively directed by several faculty who conduct applied research in diverse areas including robotics, human factors/ perception/ haptics, and mobile apps for healthcare (mHealth).
With a wide variety of software UX equipment and researchers on the Tempe campus, iLUX can help you identify and discover a solution to your entrepreneurial challenges.
Check out Southwest’s largest additive manufacturing research facility at the Polytechnic campus that keeps Sun Devils at the forefront of the rapidly growing additive sector.
The Peralta Engineering Studio at the Polytechnic campus offers modern machining and fabricating equipment for creating market-ready prototypes.
The UI/UX Lab at the Polytechnic campus empowers students to apply knowledge of human learning, memory, and emotion to the design of cutting-edge software and hardware solutions.
The WearTech Applied Research Center currently hosts six research-based startup industry partners developing and testing wearable technology products.
The 3D Printing and laser-cutting lab at the Tempe campus is a rapid prototyping space for students, regardless of prior experience.