Nanotech space: Key program-enabling technologies for campus advanced technology programs

Bill Wilson, FAIA
Principal
Samir Y. Srouji, AIA, LEED AP
Principal
Philippe M. Fauchet, PhD
Dean, School of Engineering

Here you’ll see how dynamic growth in energy, health, life sciences, quantum sciences, electronics, and manufacturing fields is spurring leading institutions to invest in nanotechnology space -- cleanrooms, imaging, prototyping, and more. Speakers set out the academic vision and campus benefits, and dive into specific program-enabling feature sets and space configurations to look for. They profile recent nanotech capital initiatives at Harvard, MIT, Vanderbilt, and other institutions, identify desirable collaboration features, programmatic makeup, environmental controls, and high-performance infrastructure. They deliver decision making criteria for scope, site selection, interconnection of nano space with neighboring buildings, and solutions for challenging infrastructure requirements.

Continuing Education
AIA CES Units: 
1.00
HSW Units: 
1.00