Fablab and coworking
Faced with the challenges of professional integration and employability as well as the growing ambition of young people to engage in entrepreneurial endeavours, Université de Paris provides its students with spaces for coworking and creation.
FabLab – Campus des Grands Moulins
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The FabLab of Université de Paris is a place where the most advanced and varied technologies are made available for interaction, creativity and project implementation.
The Fablab is neither a classroom nor a research laboratory, but a space designed to foster learning-by-doing. In this space, where multidisciplinary research projects can cross paths, and people of different generations can mix, the objective is to develop a new relationship between teachers and students.
This coworking space coupled with a workshop is a place for reflection, sharing of resource and knowledge, experimentation, prototyping, totally decompartmentalized by its opening to all users of the university, residents and businesses.
More specifically, prototypes, educational objects, research tools and laboratory equipment can be created and repaired. You can also train yourself in the use of machines: 3D printer and scanner, vinyl and laser cutting machines, thermoforming machine, digital embroidery machine. Collaborative workshops can take place in the adjoining coworking room, equipped with a connected table and a video projector.
- 100 m2 (1 coworking space and a workshop room)
- 40 people
Saint-Germain coworking space
You can reserve a room equipped with the latest digital tools in order to facilitate teamwork.
Centre universitaire des Saints Pères – Ground Floor
45 rue des Saints Pères, Paris 75006
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