Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning

Science Camp Robotics

Robots are true all-rounders: They explore foreign planets, play chess or football and help us humans in the household and at work. In our Science Camp "Robotics", you will learn how robots are constructed and how they work. You have the opportunity to work with Lego Mindstorms or the humanoid robot Nao and gain insights into current research topics in robotics.

Contact person at the ZML
Michael Gauss
Phone: +49 721 608-48206
e-mail: michael.gauss3∂kit.edu

The robot Nao has big eyes, broad shoulders and movable arms and legs - he is modeled after humans. In small groups you will learn what makes a humanoid robot and how to program it. Let the Nao walk, talk, dance and much more!

In the Lego Mindstorms theme area you can design your own mobile Lego robot. Using the programming language Java you will teach your Lego robot how to master a small obstacle course.

The Science Camp program also includes a guided tour of the institute and lunch in the KIT canteen.

Overview

Science Camp Robotics

26 to 30 October 2020.

for pupils in grades 8-13

 

It takes place daily from 9:00 to 16:00 and does not include an overnight stay. The contribution towards expenses is 45,- €. Previous knowledge is not necessary, the small groups will be divided accordingly.

 

Information on registration

Maximum number of participants: 16 pupils

The registration is done online via the website of the Schülerakademie.

Registration deadline: 14 September

You will receive a message about a confirmation or cancellation directly from KIT. Please transfer the fee to the Student Academy only after receiving the confirmation!
 

Information on registration

Maximum number of participants: 16 pupils

The registration is done online via the website of the Schülerakademie.

Registration deadline: 14 September

You will receive a message about a confirmation or cancellation directly from KIT. Please transfer the fee to the Student Academy only after receiving the confirmation!
 

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