Phelma auditorium and extension now an integral part of MINATEC

Categorie(s) : Education, Life @ MINATEC, MINATEC, News

Published : 3 October 2016

Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school cut the ribbon on two new buildings—an auditorium and an extension—in June. Used from the start of the new academic year, at Sustainable Mobility Days, and at the Parvis des Sciences science fair, it is safe to say that the new facilities are now an integral part of the MINATEC campus. The 500-seat auditorium hosts classes and events; two modular meeting rooms next to the auditorium can hold up to 100 people each.

The extension is home to both lecture and lab classes. Study pods give students a place to work in small groups. The student union is also there, with recreational spaces (pool table and foosball), and student club offices. The sixth floor still has vacant offices (next to INP SA’s offices) for any interested entrepreneurs!



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