For-credit subjects are designed to provide students with experiential knowledge of how to make things work, be it building a microcontroller or developing a strobe-photography experiment. The suite of D-Lab subjects teaches students to apply their knowledge to help solve technical challenges in the developing world.
The Edgerton Center also supports MIT students’ independent projects, and offers a variety of projects through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). And there is a summer short program in high-speed imaging for professionals.
Electronics Project Laboratory, D-Lab Development, and Strobe Lab are a few representative subjects.
Check back soon for our 2018 January session course offerings.
Build a potato cannon, a solar panel, or an electric skateboard; the choice is yours.
Edgerton UROPs range in scope from electronics to design projects to teaching in the K–12 outreach program.
Short Program for Professionals
A one-week program designed for scientists, engineers, and photographers.
Corridor Lab is located in Building 4 on the fourth floor, Strobe Alley.