Saturday Afternoon Laboratory Open Houses
Welcome back to Course X, alumni! We’d like to take this opportunity to show you some of the exciting current research going on around the department. Tours in each lab will start at 15 minute intervals from 3pm to 4:30pm (the last tour starts at 4:15pm). You do not have to go in order – feel free to skip around and make your tour your own.

  • For tours in Building E18, enter through the doors at 50 Ames Street, Take the elevators to the 5th floor and follow the signs.
  • For tours in Building 66, enter at 25 Ames Street.

Building 66
(enter at 25 Ames Street)

Martin Bazant Lab
66-465
Guide: Kameron Conforti
Electrochemical Systems

Alan Hatton Lab
66-325
Guide: Xiao Su, Sahag Voskian and Ryan Shaw
Electrochemically-Mediated Environmental Separations

James Swan Lab
66-060
Guide: Gang Wang
Computational Soft Matter

Will Tisdale Lab
66-125 (meet in the lobby by the elevators)
Guide: Matthew Ashner
Colloidal semiconductor nanomaterials for next-generation optoelectronic technologies

Undergraduate Teaching Lab
66-0042 (take the elevators to the sub-basement (SB))
Guide: Jean-Francois Hamel
Chemical-Biological Engineering Teaching Lab


Building E18
(enter through the doors at 50 Ames Street. Take the elevators to the 5th floor and follow the signs.)

William Green Lab
E18-509
Guide: Te-Chun (Jim) Chu
Super Critical Water Research Lab

Patrick Doyle Lab
E18-520
Guide: Augusto Tentori
Fundamentals and Applications of Soft Matter

Kristala Prather Lab
E18-524
Guide: Sue Zanne Tan
Engineering Microbial Cell Factories

For more information on these and other laboratories in the MIT Chemical Engineering Department, go to chemefaculty.mit.edu.