Given the decision on March 11, 2020 to move to remote instruction, starting on Monday, March 16, 2020 students will NOT be provided access to Tech Spark until further notice.

 

Recharge work: TechSpark will continue to perform recharge work to support research enterprise.

Fall 2020: TechSpark staff and it's Pandemic Safety Officer are currently working on a plan to resume operations next semester while following government and university guidlines. 

If you are a partnered course you will be contacted by Charles Gaglione, Managing Director to discuss options for the fall semester.  Options include but are not limited to building kits for labs, remote test rig operation, consultations, remote and on-campus support where possible. 

Ensuring a quality education for remote students of partnered courses and supporting a strong research program are the priorities for Tech Spark Fall 2020. All others are welcome to inquire about TechSpark’s capacity for other support at cmutechspark@gmail.com.