Autonomous Mastery Prototyping Lab (AMP Lab)
Kevin Lee soldering QFN surface mount IC
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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.
Here is the 10 minute video that inspired the AMP Lab:
The lab will be open 24/7 with Hokie Passport to AMP members who commit to a project.
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?
Participate in an open meeting, every Thursday evening, in 373 Durham, starting at 7:00 pm, during fall and spring semesters.
Durham Hall access by passport reader is enabled on weekends for all ECE students. Enter the West door between Whittemore and Durham, under the walkway. To use the Durham passport reader, hold your passport with the magnetic stripe to your left, as you face the reader.
[Background image is the A&D board, intellectual property of Bob Lineberry, originator, and facilitator of the AMP Lab. How's that for Lab Cred?]