Think it; Design it; Build it; Own it. Yes, you can.
The purpose of the "Autonomous Mastery Prototyping Laboratory" (AMP Lab) is to offer a creative, practical, hands-on learning environment for ECE students, staff, and faculty.
Join the Facebook page and join the AMP Lab discussion.
The AMP Lab Executive Committee needs accurate information to make informed decisions, and to keep track of current projects. To that end there is a new step in the work flow! After your weekly mentor meeting, please fill this form out: https://docs.google.com/a/vt.edu/forms/d/1I267qMQtEnSo4O4HgaL6v3wC12_vLIjBmGYux9gxr_U/viewform
Thank you for your cooperation
Seminar This Thursday!!
Dennis Shen, a former AMP Lab member, will be here for the career fest. We will be having a seminar Thursday, 2/26, at 6pm where Dennis will be talking about his job and how the AMP lab helped him. This seminar will be relaxed and fun, feel free to ask Dennis any questions you may have about life after the AMP Lab!
If you have any questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The lab will be open 24x7 with Hokie Passport to full AMP Lab members.
We have mature programs in circuit design, PC board layout, and soldering skills.
We provide soldering equipment, PC boards, components, and mentorship free to all members until resources are exhausted.
We want to expand our programs; what do you want to create?
Here is the 10 minute video that inspired the AMP Lab: http://vimeo.com/15488784