Get ready to make the most of your junior’s summer break this 2019! Maker’s Asylum will be hosting a Summer Camp on Robotics & AI in a 2 week long intensive hands-on learning curriculum especially curated for the age-group of 12-16 years. The programs objective is to provide its participants with practical knowledge of Robotics and AI and orient them towards industries such as automation and deep learning technology!
The program aims to be a platform where young minds build their foundation for becoming effective problem solvers!
What Junior's will learn?
The learning modules integrate technology to help build a participants skill set into new domains. Participants will learn how novel technologies work and what all goes into it’s making from scratch in a hands-on, fun, playful and an open environment.
Core learning values such as making an observation, learning by doing, identifying problems, tackling challenges and team work are subtly embedded into the programs curriculum
On successful completion participants will have learnt:
- The science and technology behind Robotics and AI
- 3D printing technology and its application
- How to code using Google Blockly
- Basics of electronics and applications of an Arduino board
- How to use sensors in a system
Summer Camp Program Fee
The program fee for the Summer Camp on Advanced Robotics and AI is INR 19,950/- all inclusive.
The program fee covers cost for:
- Facilitation of the program
- Robotics kit (Robotic Arm, Line following robot)
- Materials ( Motors, Sensors, Electronic components, Arduino boards etc)
- Mentor supervision and guidance
- Access to digital fabrication labs
- Takeaway robotics kit (Robotic arm, Line following robot) for individual participants at the end of the program
Mumbai: May 06 - May 16
Mumbai/Delhi: May 20 - May 30
Mumbai/Delhi: June 03 - June 13
Working days: Monday - Thursday
Timing: 10am - 2pm
Who all can participate in the Summer Camp?
The Summer Camp is especially curated for kids of age 12 - 16 years. The intake for each batch is limited to 25 participants to maintain a good peer to mentor ratio.