ATLAS events listed below are free and open to the public except where noted. Cofrin Auditorium (ATLAS 100) is accessed from the main lobby of the Roser ATLAS Building. The ATLAS Black Box theater is located in the lowest basement level (B2). See campus map for parking on and off campus, road and lane closures, plus CU’s performing arts venues.
See creative works, kinetic projects and interactive computing installations. Meet students, technologists and artists from several ATLAS and engineering classes. Ask questions. Get a glimpse of our future. Enjoy light refreshments.
Projects can be seen in the ATLAS main lobby, first floor hallway and
the downstairs Black Box theater plus its lobby, basement level B2.
Discover and explore projects from a wide variety of Engineering and ATLAS classes:
- Big Data (CSCI 4830)
- Computer Animation (ATLS 4809)
- Information and Communication Technology
for Development (ATLS 5900)
- Digital Media 1 (ATLS 3010)
- Rapid Prototyping (CSCI 4830)
- Transmedia Storytelling: Wildfire (ATLS 4519)
- Physical Computing 2 (ATLS 3519)
- TAM Capstone Projects (ATLS 4010)
- Computing Technologies for Sport and Play (CSCI 4830)
- ATLAS PhD Candidate Research Projects:
- - Simone Hyater-Adams (physics and STEM education in underrepresented communities)
- - Katherine Goodman (learning, neuroscience and computer science)
- - Jo White (crisis informatics and disaster response)
- - Jeffrey Harriman (interactive technologies, music and education)
- - Brittany Kos (computational thinking for non-engineering students)
- - Jackie Cameron, Abhishek Narula and Michael Skirpan (dynamics of firefly synchronization)
- - Zack Jacobson-Weaver (hacking for social justice!)