The LaborA - physical and virtual modelling laboratory is a university structure that promotes and supports university training and scientific research in project development, representation and communication through physical and virtual models.
LaborA is based on the principle that in university design training, creating physical scale models and experimentation with virtual models is a fundamental cognitive and constructive experience, which supports the design and is preparatory to real construction.
The laboratory activity consists in educational support to Master programme students and PhD students of the AUIC School.
LaborA provides didactic support in order to create physical and virtual models under the guidance of laboratory tutors, who advise students in the choice of materials and the best construction techniques, also agreeing on the use of laboratory equipment.
32 workgroups, up to a maximum of 70 users can simultaneously access the laboratory.
Graduating students whose graduation is scheduled for the first exam date after the laboratory appointment have workstation priority.
If, at the time of the appointment, graduating students already occupied all workstations, the staff will schedule the assignment of the first free workstation according to the assignment calendar.
LaborA makes available for users:
Spaces accessible only after training:
Spaces accessible only to technical staff: