The ATLAS BTU Lab is a hackerspace located in the Roser ATLAS Center (ATLS 113). Directed by Alicia Gibb, the lab is operated by the ATLAS Institute, but it is open to all students, regardless of department or field of study. To apply for lab membership, visit the BTU Lab website and read the about page.
The lab is also home to graduate students and functions part-time as a classroom. Members of the BTU Lab have access to a variety of tools and fabrication equipment, including 3D printers, a laser cutter, electric saws, soldering equipment and more.
Like many parts of campus, the BTU Lab facilities will not be open during the fall 2020 semester. However, the lab is planning to have an active virtual presence. See the BTU Lab website for more information.