Robotics Summer Bootcamp- Ages 7-142019-03-20T21:16:45+10:00

Robotics Summer Bootcamp- Ages 7-14

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2019 Summer Camps

The Quantegy Learning program begins with our Robotics Summer Bootcamp. After completing the course, students will understand how to design, build and control robots. Students will also know how to design objects with the TinkerCad software and how to print the design with a 3D printer. Students will finish the course with a completed prosthetic hand that will be delivered to a recipient in need.

The camp consists of two parts: A session on Robotics and a session on 3D printing. During the morning sessions students will learn how to design, build, and control robots. During the afternoon sessions students will learn to use the TinkerCad software to design a prosthetic hand. Students will have the opportunity to print their designed prosthetic hands with a 3D printer and will be supported by a non-profit organization to deliver the printed hands to people in need of prosthetics. On the last day of the camp, students will compete in a robotics competition to stand the chance of winning a 3D printer. Students will also receive a certificate of completion.’ Leave the shitty video for now, we’re working on that.

What makes our Bootcamps the best?

3D Printers

Imagine your design and then see it come to life using a real 3D printer.

Build your own robot

Create your new best-friend Robot buddy in only five days.

Study at Central Texas University

How many grade-school kids get a college diploma over summer? Study at the best college in Texas and get a real certificate.

The best lunch in town

Select our Lunch package and never go hungry in the lab again!.

Before and after camp care

Mom and Dad have will have no excuse not to send you to Bootcamp with our before and after camp care package for working parents.

Your Trainers

Gerhard DeKock

Gerhard is a data scientist and predictive modeller at Allianz Insurance where he uses complex data-sets to understand and predict client behaviour. Having previously worked at South Africa’s largest Bank, Nedbank, Gerhardus worked at ING Direct in Australia in Credit Risk before moving into the areas customer analytics within the ING Marketing Department. Gerhard holds an Honours Degree in Quantitative Risk Management and a Masters Degree in Informatics.

Sam Jackson

Mr. Sam Jackson is a professor in Engineering and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering. He has experience teaching robotics classes and preparing students for robotics competitions.

Dr Mienie Roberts

Dr. Mienie Roberts is an analyst with an affinity for mathematical models and quantitative techniques. She has extensive experience in teaching upper and gradual level Mathematics and Statistical courses that introduce students to leading edge software. Since 2012 she has served as higher education partner for Texas Education Service Center Region 12, and has designed and conducted multiple professional development workshops for local educators. She is a Professor of Mathematics at Texas A&M University where she teaches various advanced Mathematics and Analytics courses. Dr. Roberts holds a Ph.D from Kent State University.


Which platform will the Robotics camps use?

The Robotics camps use the EV3 LEGO MINDSTORMS to build robots that drive, shoot, slither, walk, slam, and spin (to name a few of the actions).

Do the students need to bring anything to the classes?

All materials for the classes will be provided. Students can bring their own lunch or snacks or sign up for the “lunch option”.

What are the time frames for the Summer camps?

The Summer camps are scheduled from 9 am – 12 pm and again from 1 pm – 4 pm. There is an option to drop students off at 8 am and pick them up at 5 pm. There is a lunch break from 1 pm – 2 pm.

Are students allowed to bring their own devices?

Yes. Students can bring their own smart phones, tablets, and/or laptops. We will also provide laptops. Students can download the EV3 application onto their cell phones if they want to control the robots in that capacity.
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