Brady Risendal, Marla Bernstein, and Meridith Richter stand outside the Roser ATLAS building.

ATLAS Institute confers its first bachelor's degrees

May 10, 2017

Three students on Friday will represent the first class of graduates with the ATLAS Institute's bachelor of science degree in technology, arts and media (TAM).

Photo of Danny Rankin

Danny Rankin: Hacker, Farmer, Technologist, Designer

May 1, 2017

“He doesn’t fit any single box. Everyone in ATLAS knows and respects Danny. He embodies so much of who we are as an interdisciplinary institute.”

Swimsense creators pose in front of the CU Boulder pool.

Inventions to look for at ATLAS Expo May 3

May 1, 2017

Come to the ATLAS Expo this Wednesday, May 3, to explore a colorful kaleidoscope of 100-plus student projects in virtual reality, physical computing, mobile apps, human-computer interaction, design and creative technologies of all kinds.

Photo of Hyunjoo Oh

ATLAS Doctoral Student Chosen as Member of Autodesk’s Pier 9 Artists in Residence Program

March 14, 2017

Hyunjoo Oh is one of 22 successful applicants from across the country and world to be selected for the prestigious program

Kristof Klipfel working with his musical gloves

Pushing Boundaries: ATLAS student’s piano gloves turn any surface into a keyboard

March 7, 2017

TAM major Kristof Klipfel, who turned a pair of gloves into a music-making device, will present at the Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interactions conference in Japan.

Students working together at Creative ++ jam

Creative++ attracts participants with non-tech backgrounds

March 7, 2017

No longer just for kids, the Laboratory for Playful Computation's BlockyTalky toolkit empowers adults to invent their own creative interfaces.

Laura Devendorf

When unstable technology is a good thing

March 1, 2017

Assistant professor Laura Devendorf uses the instability of everyday life as a design resource in her Unstable Design Lab.

Three students looking at a computer screen while working together at T9Hacks

Female-focused, collaborative hackathon session slated for Feb. 25

Feb. 16, 2017

Pack a laptop, a change of clothes and some creativity, and head over to CU Boulder ATLAS Institute for T9Hacks, a unique event for female computer programming newcomers to explore a hackathon environment while learning and solving compelling problems. A 24-hour invention marathon of sorts, participants will have the opportunity...

Dan Szafir

Forbes “30 Under 30: Science”— Assistant professor Dan Szafir

Jan. 20, 2017

Assistant Professor Dan Szafir named in Forbes magazine’s 2017 “30 Under 30: Science” list for pioneering work on improving human-robot communication by recognizing body language.

Roser ATLAS building at night

ATLAS 2016: List of 10

Dec. 20, 2016

Ten highlights from the past year. For a higher-resolution view on what makes ATLAS tick, come spend time with us in 2017.