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What we cover!

We cover the following four different topics (T):

T1- Robotic coding and programming,

T2- Robotic design and fabrication,

T3- Circuit design for Robotics and Engineering,

T4- Computer Aided Design (CAD) modeling of robots and 3D printing technology


Each course is designed for K-12 students in three following levels (L):

L1- Beginner, designed for K- 6th graders

L2- Intermediate,  designed for 5th to 8th graders

L3- Advanced, designed for 7th to 12th graders.

Each level is delivered in 12 sessions. Each session is one hour long and is offered once a week. 

Robotic Coding and Programming

Robotics and coding are intertwined, and are a fascinating field of Computer Science. Robotics is a great way to introduce your child to STEM-based learning at an early age. Before getting into robotics and coding, it's important to know about robots. A robot is an autonomous machine that is able to perform certain tasks based on the inputs taken by sensors. Also, a robot is merely a mechanical piece, until it's programmed. 

Arduino Coding

Robotic Design and Fabrication

Computer Aided Design CAD softwares are great tools to design and model robotic mechanisms and platforms. Once designed in a CAD environment and evaluated, the model can be sent to a 3D printer to be printed.

Robotics On a broader level, 3D printing aids prototyping, tooling, fabrication, and lowers cost and time to market. It is of great use for robotic engineers to achieve their goals. It accelerates product design, and reduces cost and waste. In doing so, it increases the flexibility to create more complex designs. This technology enables us to mass-produce customized products for customers. 

In this course students will learn how to make analytical and CAD models of robotic mechanisms  (for example, industrial robots, walking robots, etc.), to design robotic mechanisms and position controller based on the models, to fabricate the robotic mechanisms and the embedded real-time controller, and to conduct control experiments on a prototype robot system using 3D printing technology.


Circuit Design for Robotics

Electronics is the science and technology concerned with regulating flow of electricity. Put simply, it lets you move electrons around. While this may seem like a kind of pointless activity, the regulation of electrons has enabled some of the most important innovations of the last century including computers, electric cars, rocketships, video games, and of course, robots! 

Electronics seem scary, but they really aren't so bad. You don't need to be an electrical engineer to start learning electronics. You don't even need to mail away for a free brochure. All you need to do is follow along with this course to get started.

In this course students will learn how electronic components work, how to design electronic circuits for their applications, how electric motors and sensors operates and much more!


Computer Aided Design (CAD) and 3D Printing 

This course is designed to introduce K-12 students to the world of robotics and engineering through the use of cutting-edge technology.

CAD modeling is a powerful tool used by engineers to design and create complex systems, including robots. In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of CAD modeling and how to use this software to bring their ideas to life.

3D printing is a revolutionary technology that allows engineers to turn their CAD designs into tangible objects. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the various 3D printing techniques and materials used to produce high-quality prototypes.

By the end of this course, students will have gained a solid foundation in CAD modeling and 3D printing technology, as well as an understanding of the essential principles of robotics and engineering. They will have the skills and knowledge necessary to design and build their own robots, and they will be well-equipped to pursue further studies in these exciting fields.

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