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Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design

Since opening in 2012, the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design (CEID) has served as a hub for collaborative design and interdisciplinary activity at Yale University. Students, staff, and faculty from across Yale have access to CEID resources, participate in courses and events, and collaborate with CEID staff on a wide range of projects.

The CEID acts as both an educational resource as well as a focal point for design and engineering at Yale. The 8,700 square foot design lab combines an open studio, lecture hall, wet lab, and meeting rooms. The studio is equipped with 3-D printers, a sewing station, hand-tools, electronics work stations, and a variety of materials for our members to use. Members have 24/7 access to the studio space, as well as to a state of-the-art machine shop, wood + plastics shop, and wet lab while CEID staff are present.

The CEID is also home to a vibrant and diverse community of members. Over the past three years, nearly 3000 people have become members of the CEID, representing over a hundred undergraduate and graduate degrees and all the professional schools on campus. They are supported by talented CEID staff members who provide theoretical and technical expertise on topics ranging from mechanical engineering to graphic design.

15 Prospect St.
Becton Center 107
New Haven, CT 06511

Prototyping (3D printing, laser cutting, machining, electronics, etc.), equipment trainings, technical workshops, cross-disciplinary project-based courses

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