TDAI's Labs in Residence program provides space and living lab resources to interdisciplinary teams to enable funded projects and facilitate connections with other university researchers and with collaborators from industry and the community. Labs in Residence teams also receive assistance to address obstacles that may arise and to identify potential sources for future support. Project proposals are evaluated on their scholarly merit, interdisciplinary nature and translational potential, and awards may include:
- Designated space in Pomerene Hall
- Up to $5,000 to outfit the lab (available funds permitting)
- Compute resources
- Data storage and sharing resources
- Research development support
The next Labs in Residence RFP will be released in autumn 2022 or later.
Questions? Email Jenny Grabmeier.