CORONAVIRUS UPDATES: Given the decision to move to remote instruction, starting on Monday, March 16 students will not be provided access to Tech Spark until further notice. Read more about Tech Spark changes. Get the most up-to-date information on Carnegie Mellon’s response to the coronavirus.
Tech Spark is Carnegie Mellon University's focal point for technology innovation. This facility is a community space that provides equipment for rapid prototyping of designs from idea to reality.
Tech Spark is fabricating face shields for essential workers at the front lines of the COVID-19 response.
Whether CMU engineering teams are given a week or a whole semester, their projects are always innovative and exciting.
ANSYS and Carnegie Mellon University announce the opening of ANSYS Hall, a world-class maker facility where students and collaborators innovate with cutting-edge simulation and fabrication tools.