How do I…?

… get started?

You just need to join the makerspace as part of a course or a sparetime-project. No experience in microcontrollers, sensors or actuators is needed to join us. If you need some guidance at the beginning, we will be glad to help you out.

… join the makerspace?

The makerspace is managed by its users. We are currently a small group, and you are very welcome to join – both if you need a space to do your bachelor/master/outside-course project or alternatively, for doing a sparetime-project.

We usually meet every Friday from 13:00-17:00 in the Makerspace, you are welcome to come by for a visit. Drop a line to either Maria ( or Martin (, to let us know if are coming!

Currently we communicate through Slack at Sign-up with a KU-emailaddress or write us an email and we will invite you.

… find the makerspace?

The makerspace is located at KUA3, the part of KUA nearest the Islands Brygge Metro St.  Follow the red arrow in the image below and go the 1st floor.

Address: Njalsgade 76, 2300 København S
Room number: 5A-1-24 (Building 5A, 1st floor, room 24)

… get funding for a project?

If we don’t have the electronics or materials you need, you might need some funding. We will try our best to help get your project funded through any University or external sources. To start the process, send os a description of your project.

Write a description of your project which should contain:

  •  Name of the project
  •  Description of the project (approx 300 words)
  •  How you intend to document and share your work, e.g. through a blog, at a specific event, etc. (approx 100 words)
  • A statement about how the project is integrated into your studies, or whether it is sparetime project

The description should be send to both Martin Dybdal <> and Maria Menendez <>.

… buy materials or equipment?

The best way to order right now is to send the request to either Martin Dybdal <> or Maria Menendez <>, we will place the order on your behalf.

… get answer to other questions?

If your question was not answered above, please feel free to ask in the Facebook group ( or sending a mail to Martin <> or Maria <>.