The School of Engineering and Digital Arts are pleased to offer some exciting robotics sessions for students who attend a Partner or KMPF school.
Building a Robotic Arm Workshop
During this 2-3 hour session, students will be tasked with working as part of a team to build a robotic arm made from cardboard and syringes. All equipment will be provided.
This workshop is suitable for groups of up to 20 students in Years 8 to 13.
Program a Humanoid Robot
Experimenting with the cutting edge of robotic technology, students taking part in this 2-3 hour workshop will get to programme an intelligent, humanoid robot. The very same robot has been used in the latest academic research and can be programmed to walk and to recognise and interact with objects. All equipment will be provided.This workshop is suitable for groups of up to 20 students in Years 6 to 13.
Both sessions will be led by PhD student Iulia Motoc, who was recently nominated for a national award in Engineering Outreach.
Sessions led by The School of Engineering and Digital Arts can be offered as part of a full day of workshops across a range of year groups. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
To book either of these workshops please complete our Online Booking Form