Nano@school goes low-tech
Categorie(s) : Education, Life @ MINATEC, News
Published : 1 October 2019
The 2018-2019 school year was a success for the Nano@school educational outreach program, which brought 800 high-school students, including 80 international students (from Turkey, Luxembourg, and Italy), to CIME Nanotech. The low-tech workshop introduced last year was a big hit. Students use parts from everyday electronics like DVD players, for example, to learn the fundamentals of electronics and signal processing and build a functioning circuit.
This year, a workshop on lensless microscopes will be introduced. Leti spinoff and project partner Iprasense will provide CIME Nanotech with several lensless microscopes. A more in-depth version of the workshop developed by Nano@school will be offered to engineering students at Phelma.