MacroTechnology Works, located off the Tempe campus in ASU Research Park, is a unique enterprise and research building providing ASU with the ability to advance research in partnership with private industry. MTW launched with a $100 million investment to establish a leading-edge flexible display fabrication facility to support collaborative research among the federal government, ASU and industry to advance full-color flexible display technology and flexible display manufacturing to the brink of commercialization. Along with wet labs, dry labs, high bay space and offices, the facility boasts a number of clean rooms including a most remarkable 40,000-square-foot clean room.
MTW is also home to Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technologies (QESST), ASU’s first national Engineering Research Center (ERC) supported jointly by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Department of Energy (DOE). QESST is working to solve challenges to harnessing solar power in economically viable and sustainable ways.
In addition to QESST and the Flexible Display Center, Fulton Engineering’s School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, the School of Earth and Space Exploration, the Department of Physics and the Material Wave Interaction Lab also conduct research at MTW along with several non-ASU research partners.
8750 S. Science Dr.
Tempe, AZ 85284