The Lab-o-rama is a unique poster event designed to showcase and share the stories of research using the MIT Campus as a Test Bed. The events featured the work of diverse research teams including operational, academic and external partners and include live demonstrations, models, simulations and other hands-on activities.
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Learn more about the phenomena of lablet-ing; a term for short-term experiments, pilots and micro-research projects that utilize the MIT campus as a test bed.
Lablet-ing represents an important opportunity to explore innovation strategies within the context of real-world environments, to construct new knowledge and to test scalability strategies.
Urban Living Lab Learning is a place-based research platform that utilizes the college campus as a test-bed for innovation and the co-production of knowledge. The living lab concept may be thought of as a variant of the experiential learning model that involves concrete experience followed by observation, reflection and the formation of new concepts and testing in new situations.
Profiles of students, staff and faculty and staff who are utilizing the MIT Campus as a Test bed for innovation. Learn about important work and big ideas from those who are on the front line lines of campus-based inquiry.
A simulation based technique to predict the amount of electricity yield from arbitrarily placing solar PV's anywhere in the world using the City of Cambridge as an example.
UMI is a design environment for architects and urban planners interested in modeling the environmental performance of neighborhoods and cities.
Device Research Lab and CSAIL. With MIT Green Labs seed funding, the team developed a lab-wide wireless energy monitoring system.
The Department of Facilities works directly with researchers to implement sustainability projects on campus
The MIT Transit Lab has been an essential partner, combining research with operational thought-leadership on sustainable commuting options.
Researchers in the Joint Program are actively mapping potential flooding on campus.
Channels MIT’s unique culture to create solutions to environmental challenges through activities in education, research, and convening.
The challenges of sustainability are both local and global. Creating transformative solutions requires deep collaboration among community leaders and members on campus, city and global scales.
We start with you to find solutions at the campus level to serve both the institution's needs as well as to incubate new and big ideas.