Innovative Collaboration Space (ICS)
The ICS Is Closed For the Summer.
See You In The Fall
Innovative Collaboration Space
ICS, The Innovation Collaboration Space, is state of art technology space designed to promote the culture of innovation and collaboration among UCONN Stamford community. Opened in the mid fall of 2017, ICS is unique in its offering.
Students and faculty members get the opportunity to work with advanced software applications used in the industry such as Maya and Adobe Suite. The LulzBot 3D Printers enable students to print 3D models and serve as a test bench to understand the intricacies involved in designing real world objects. The space also offers software programmers the necessary tools to build mobile apps for android and iOS and develop expertise in various programming languages such as Java, Python and C++. Ever thought if there’s anything for Data Scientists. The answer is yes. ICS does offer you the necessary software such as RStudio, Minitab, SAS etc., to perform sophisticated statistical modelling. In addition, VR oculus and raspberry pies certainly expands the opportunity set available for students across different majors to innovate and succeed in their careers.
ICS gets more color from its unique audio editing station powered by Ableton software and synthesizer, RODE microphones and best in-class Yamaha speakers. The audio editing station offers students an excellent opportunity to unleash their power of creativity.
- UCONN ID Card is required upon entrance of the lab and when borrowing items.
- The consumption of food is prohibited in the lab in all spaces. Drinks must have a lid and may be on the conference table only, away from bean bags and workstations.
- No horseplay
- Work Quietly
- Misuse of equipment and/or facilities is prohibited.
- Lab equipment that is checked out is due the same day and may not leave the lab.
- Leave your work area NEAT and ORGANIZED. Do not leave anything behind.
- Log off computers when finished with your work.
The editing room is an interactive workspace ideally built for music and video editing. Popular applications for this room range from Isadora, to VDMX to Adobe After Effects. Since the room is customized to hold only one individual please allocate at least a day in advance by filling out the request form. Your reservation is not confirmed until a lab administrator gets back to you to let you know it is booked.
- The room is open during normal operating hours.
- Priority will be given to those who reserve the use of the room.
- During times the room is not reserved, other students may use the room.
- There is no time limit until the room is booked.
- If the room is booked and someone shows up, anyone who has not booked the room MUST save all of their work and leave immediately.
- Reservations must be made on the Web Form found on the UConn website.
- When you submit a request, a Lab Attendant will confirm the appointment and mark in the calendar.
- Reservations will be made on a first come first serve basis and will be in 2 hour blocks.
- Reserved users can continue to use the station after their reservation has expired until another reserved user comes in.
The 3D printer is primarily used as an educational tool in order to allow students to conceptualize their own creations and see them come to life. Prints printed on the 3D printer must not exceed an extended time of 9-9 (12 hours). Please allocate at least a week for lab administrators to print and remember lab administrators are not responsible for correcting incorrect file formats. The standard OBJ or STL is a suitable file format, that will transfer over to Cura.
- The 3D printer is for educational use only
- Prints can be requested by the students and printed only by the Lab Administrator Print requests should be submitted via the form
- Expect a 1 week turn around. We will try and make it if workflow permits
- Academic work will be prioritized on a first come first serve basis
- Files MUST be saved as. STL
- Jobs must be able to be finished within operational hours during the course of a business day. If a job cannot be completed as is, a Lab Administrator will get back to you. You will then be responsible for modifying the file to an acceptable format.
- Lab administrators will NOT be able to design files for you
- We will not print generic models without a reason
Large Format Printing
The Large Format printer is a poster printer with a standard size of 24 inches. This printer is primarily to be used for educational use and will also have a waiting time of a week to print. The acceptable file formats for this printer are PDF. All prints should be submitted as PDFs via the form.
- The large format printer is for educational use only by the students
- Prints can be requested by the students and printed only by the lab monitors Print requests should be submitted via the form
- Printing will take 1 WEEK to print
- Files must be saved as PDF
- It is recommended you talk to a Lab Administrator before making a request to ensure that everything can be printed on the correct size of paper