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EE Student Information, Spring Quarter through Academic Year 2020-2021: FAQs and Updated EE Course List.

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Maker lab64

photo credit Rahim Ullah

EE's maker lab, lab64, provides the Stanford community – students, staff, faculty, researchers – with a community-oriented makerspace to work on projects that focus on electronic systems. lab64 is housed in room 064 of the Packard Building. Access to lab64 is free and no experience is necessary to join. We're happy to teach as much as anyone is excited to learn.

The primary focus of lab64 is to foster the development of practical skills most easily obtained by exploring, prototyping and testing cool things. We have the tools, equipment and expertise to support your entire project process, from design to physical product. Whether you've never touched a circuit before or are an experienced maker looking for a reason to finally finish that one project, lab64 has resources for you. 

Maker lab64 is made possible through funding from the Computer Forum, and the Department of Electrical Engineering.