Wednesday 25th June 2014, 9.30am - 4.00pm
School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds
Please note spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. There is a maximum of 4 places allowed per school!
Today's world revolves around electronics. From everyday things we take for granted such as smart phones, personal computers, televisions and the internet, to the new generations of electric vehicles, satellite navigation systems and robots exploring other planets - none of these would be possible without electronics.
For one day only, the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering are opening up the Digital Media and the Farnell Embedded Systems Laboratory to create a “Hackerspace” that will inspire the next generation of electronic engineers.
Working alongside electronics experts, you will be able build and program sophisticated microcontroller-based applications. Using advanced sensing and communications technologies, you can discover what it’s like to work with this amazing technology!
Wednesday 25th June 2014, 9.30am
Venue: The School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds (map)
Open to: Year 11 students intending to take A level Physics or Mathematics. No previous electronics or programming experience is required.
Cost: £20 (refreshments and lunch included)
A maximum of 4 places will be allowed per school, places allocated on a first come first served basis!!!