Stinson-Remick Hall, at the University of Notre Dame, houses the undergraduate engineering program, research labs and the university’s first ever clean room. From the highly adaptable learning center, to the nanotechnology clean room and the solar energy roof lab, the building is a testament to the university’s dedication to the field of engineering.
This high-tech facility supports innovative approaches to teaching and allows undergraduate engineering majors to be involved in research activities. A key feature of the design is transparency. See-through glass walls highlight clean room activities including micro-device fabrication and processing. Throughout the building, engineering is on display to enhance the connectivity between researchers and students.