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Overview

The Materials Innovation and Learning Laboratory (The MILL) is an open access undergraduate student-run make-and-measure space sponsored by the School of Materials Science & Engineering at Georgia Tech. We are based in the Love Manufacturing Building (Rm 176). The MILL provides a relaxed and safe discovery space to gain hands-on experience in techniques common to the materials science and engineering discipline, including the processing of materials, the characterization of their chemistry and structure, and the measurement of their properties. All Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff have open access to learn about any of our equipment during our open hours under the supervision of one of our MILL Staff Engineers (MSE), managed through our Equipment Teams.

Purpose

Serve as Georgia Tech’s Hub for Experiential Education in Materials Science and Engineering, providing students with hands-on scientific training in inquiry-based discovery science and engineering design for class projects, laboratory courses, independent or group research, entrepreneurial pursuits, and team-based capstone design.

New Health & Safety Policies

Please review the MILL’s new Health & Safety policies for the Fall 2020 semester. These policies were put in place to ensure a safe, clean and social distanced environment that adheres to Georgia Tech’s return to campus policies. If you have any questions regarding these new policies, please email us at: themillgt@gmail.com

MILL Reopening Policies

Check out The MILL’s updated scheduling system for equipment reservations:

Equipment Reservation

Watch the “State of The MILL” presentation below for more information on policies and procedures that are new to the MILL for Fall 2020

State of The MILL Fall 2020 Video Recording

Upcoming Events

The MILL will be opening on Tuesday September 8, 2020 for the Fall semester.

Please check back for more information and updates on our web page and our Facebook page.

Thank you to Our Donors for Their Support

Art & Patricia Cox

J. Kurt Jacobus

Andrew Hunt