This area includes the largest machines of the SKIL. The use of these is limited to the official opening hours of the SKIL (8am-6pm Monday to Friday). The machines present may only be used under the supervision of a lab manager.
The maker space is a space that includes digital and manual tools that can generally be found in a fablab or makerspace. Once a theoretical security training has been completed, it is possible to have access to this space 24/24 and 7/7 for Bachelor and Master students. However, some machines require some practical training.
This space allows you to work on your computer, organize meetings with your group or presentations. It also contains a small kitchen. It is the living space of the SKIL and where projects are imagined.
The safety rules including theoretical and practical safety training are summarized in this section.
What are the machines in the SKIL? What are the safety levels and characteristics of the machines?
What equipment is available at SKIL? How much does it cost?