Bits and Pieces
An Embedded Systems Makerspace at Clemson University
Bits and Pieces is a new makerspace in Riggs Hall for students that want to develop circuits, program microcontrollers, and build embedded systems. The space brings together soldering, assembly, rework, and debugging tools, for student use. The space opened in Fall 2016. We're still figuring a few things out, but we're excited to be open and hope you will join the growing community of Clemson makers.
B12 Riggs Hall
Hours are posted below. Hours may change as we go (people get sick and have other things come up). Please check the calendar before coming in.
Jacob Sorber (jsorber at clemson dot edu)
Yvon Feaster (yfeaste at clemson dot edu)
Currently, any Clemson faculty, student, or staff member can be a member of the space and use the equipment. Members must be trained and demonstrate that they know how to use the equipment before being allowed to use the space.
This space is a privilege, made possible by the University and our sponsors. Please help us protect that privilege by taking care of the space and the equipment.
The Bits and Pieces makerspace is made possible through generous support from the following sponsors.
- The School of Computing
- The Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Omnibond Systems, LLC