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CU Denver’s CMTC is a place where people come to activate meaningful scholarly pursuits, train and develop, realize creative visions, all with the intent of making a positive difference in the world today. This state-of-the-art facility is a uniquely adaptable research and learning environment for the artist, designer, engineer, and entrepreneur in each of us. The Center becomes our entry point in visualizing, incubating, and inspiring how we will live, work, play, and communicate in the century to come with our signature programs.
CMTC is actively seeking research and education partners both within and outside the traditional university structure. If you have a potential project or would like to participate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who Are We?
Established to be the premier scholarly hub for Design Innovation (DI) thinking, research, and practice, CU Denver’s Comcast Media and Technology Center (CMTC) uses an interdisciplinary methodology combined with academic theories for application in a practical setting. Fully embracing our expertise in cutting edge DI research and leveraging our unparalleled access to the exceptional colleges at Colorado University, we aim to embody the spirit of collaboration by connecting across fields of study, disciplines, industry, and government. When this unique approach is applied to critical communal challenges, it results in the production of awe-inspiring solutions in engineering, art, design, and entrepreneurship.
Created from a generous gift from Comcast, supported by collaboration of the College of Arts and Media, College of Engineering, Computing, and Design, the CMTC is powered by a diverse pipeline of talented students who work with our world-class faculty and apply Design Innovation (DI) methods to an essential problem or project for your organization’s benefit. We work to identify productive partnerships to address needs that serve our collective good while cultivating the student talent found in Denver and the greater Colorado region, all to fill the most critical gaps in research, education, training, and development.
Our purpose is to find inventive solutions that energize, strengthen, and advance knowledge in:
Urbanism & Sustainability
Entrepreneurship in the Creative industries
Contact us to learn more about how we can serve as a critical educational resource and help your organization turn its challenges into opportunities for success.
Where Are We?
On CU Denver’s bustling downtown campus, the CMTC resides in the lower level of the Tivoli Annex in a modernly designed, technologically advanced, multi-level laboratory suite. As an experiential learning focused innovation studio, the CMTC space is designed to enable continuous evolution and modular repurposing for different team activities. Wheeled furniture, sliding room dividers, and whiteboard paint make the CMTC a genuinely versatile space: a workspace for 3D printing and laser cutting; open space for prototyping or demonstrating concepts; formal conference room space; individual digital workstations, and more. The design of this space is an ongoing project, with the end goal to empower teams to tailor the area to their purposes.
CMTC seeks research and education partners within and outside of the traditional university structure. Contact us to learn more about supporting capstone projects, co-designing with us, or participating in our programs.
Our differential Design Innovation approach guides our projects, programs, and research. We offer workshops and bootcamps for organizations and the community!
Our research bridges arts, engineering, computing, and design to address our grand challenge themes and create impact. Contact us to partner on interdisciplinary projects!
Best Paper Award!
Behavioral Analysis of Turbulent Exhale Flows
IEEE BHI is one of the top conferences, currently ranked 1st place in the Guide2Research in biomedical engineering and medical informatics. This year’s acceptance rate was 14 percent. Out of all published papers, our work was selected for the best paper.