About the Communication Lab
The EECS Communication Lab offers writing, speaking, and visual design support for scientists by scientists.
Our Communication Advisors are EECS graduate students and postdocs who have been trained rigorously so that they are both content experts and communication coaches. Advisors are available to help you with individual coaching for any scientific communication task you are working on – from publications to conference talks.
How to use the EECS Communication Lab
To get started working with an EECS Communication Advisor, book an appointment online.
You can search by available time or by the Communication Advisors’ expertise, which you can find on their bios. We encourage students to make an appointment at any stage in the writing process – the sooner the better. You will need to plan 24 hours in advance to use our online scheduling system. If you’re not sure which Advisor to work with, just contact us and we can help you get started.
About the Communication Lab model
The Communication Lab model was first launched in MIT’s Department of Biological Engineering in 2013 and replicated successfully in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering in 2014. The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Communication Lab opened November 16, 2015.
If you want to learn more or have ideas you want to share, please contact Alison Takemura, EECS Communication Lab Program Administrator.
Make an appointment, then visit the Comm Lab in 24-311.