A new standard for centralized scientific cores

Principal & CEO
Director, MIT.nano

The latest, greatest model for centralized scientific core facilities is MIT.nano, where 2,000 MIT researchers in more than 150 research groups will use the most advanced research labs, fabrication tools, and materials processing capabilities available including cleanroom, imaging, and prototyping facilities for disciplines spanning energy, health, life sciences, quantum sciences, electronics, and manufacturing.  Session leaders illustrate the rationales for the central site selection and interconnection with neighboring buildings, and detail the academic vision, collaborative features, programmatic makeup, environmental controls, and high-performance features. They compare project strategies with recent centralized research projects at other institutions.

Continuing Education
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
AIA Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW)
Professional Development Hour (PDH)