FEE Makerspace is not just a workshop but also a community of enthusiasts associating students and academics who want to create and implement their ideas. It gives them space and tools to work on their own projects, whether it's a "do-nothing" machine or a completely new technology that will change the world. Students can work on their semester, diploma, or bachelor's theses in the Makerspace, but above all, on their own projects. At the same time, they can learn from their older colleagues, developers, and researchers FEE and RICE.
What makes FEE Makerspace unique?
In the Makerspace, you will find a large-area laser plotter, a three-axis CNC milling machine, 3D printers, and many other production technologies, which are the basis of every open workshop today. However, what makes our Makerspace exceptional is the electrical workshop, where you will find professional laboratory instruments (oscilloscopes, generators, power supplies, and more), tools, and computer technology with the necessary software (Altium MATLAB, Ansys, SolidWorks, AutoCAD, and others).
FEE Makerspace will be launched in the academic year 2020/2021.