A tape measure clock with a view of the outside and inside.

CTD students' project featured in Hackaday

April 28, 2020

TAM students Alex Fiel and Anna Lynton took a tape measure and turned it into a clock, programming it to move over the course of the day to show the time in hours (inches). The largest challenge became minifying the electronics and keeping the overall footprint of the device to roughly the size of the real object.

Babatunde Adegoke

ICTD and Babatunde Adegoke featured in CU Boulder engineering magazine

May 6, 2019

“I have the ability to choose whatever courses I want. I am able to find answers to all the questions that I have. So when I am designing technology solutions to problems now, I have better tools to do that.”

Nicole Johnson and Abigail Zimmermann-Niefeld

ATLAS PhD students honored by National Science Foundation

April 10, 2019

ATLAS PhD student Nicole Johnson and affiliated ATLAS PhD student Abby Zimmerman-Niefield have been selected as 2019 National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) fellows.

Nimb.ly team members from left to right: Devon Soto, Ted Thayer and Brandon Aguirre.

ATLAS grad student Ted Thayer helps NIMB.LY team to New Venture Challenge win

April 3, 2019

Ted Thayer, Creative Technologies and Design master's student, was one of three students on the IT Track winning team for the New Venture Challenge Championships, taking home a $7,500 prize for their startup, Nimb.ly, a revolutionary software platform that helps catering companies keep their events efficiently staffed.

Joel Swanson

Joel Swanson's solo exhibit, "In Other Words," opens in Denver's Republic Plaza

March 20, 2019

ATLAS Assistant Professor Joel Swanson's solo exhibition, "In Other Words," explores the relationship between language and technology.

Zack Weaver

Former ATLAS PhD student Zack Weaver coleads team that wins Library Journal Movers & Shakers award

March 12, 2019

Former ATLAS PhD student and BTU lab member, Zack Weaver, and his team from Building 61, the hacker/makerspace at the Boulder Public Library, received a Library Journal 2019 Movers & Shakers award.

Laura Devendorf

Unstable Design Lab announces new experimental weaving residency

Jan. 14, 2019

The Unstable Design Lab at the University of Colorado Boulder's ATLAS Institute is pleased to announce the creation of an experimental weaving residency. This residency will be held for six weeks in the summer of 2019 and has been generously supported by the Center for Craft, Creativity, and Design.

Photo of Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro named as 2019 Research and Innovation Office Faculty Fellow

Dec. 17, 2018

Ben Shapiro was named one of 15 of "CU Boulder’s most promising rising faculty in disciplines spanning the campus" by the Research & Innovation Office (RIO). The RIO Faculty Fellows program is designed to help “collapse the campus” by cultivating a community of diverse, creative research leaders to help drive collaboration and innovation across the university.

Four hot swappable inputs for the game, including a knob, a joystick, an analog button and a clicky button.

Student-developed, multi-input game accepted to 2019 Game Developers Conference

Dec. 12, 2018

Clement Zheng and Peter Gyory have been selected to present their game, "Hot Swap: All Hands on Deck," in San Francisco at the 2019 Game Developers Conference, the world's largest professional game industry event.

Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro: How Machine Learning Impacts the Undergraduate Computing Curriculum

Nov. 12, 2018

In this OP-ED piece for Communications of the ACM, Ben Shapiro and others argue that machine learning has moved from a peripheral topic within computer science to the core of what new computer scientists need to know.

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