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Summer Camp: Robotics

Electrical and Computer Engineering Institute 

Rule the new world! Explore it here.

Spend the week at SD Mines learning the ins and outs of robotics and robotic systems.  Students will interact with SD Mines faculty learning to program micro-controllers, interface with sensors, drive motors, and build a fully functional robot you can control from your smart-phone.  Campers will gain hands-on-experience diving into the world of robotics while exploring what Electrical and Computer Engineering has to offer in this explosive and diverse field.  

ENROLLMENT PROCESS:

While completing the online registration, the student will be required to submit a 500-800 word essay that explains:

  1. Who you are as a student 
  2. Why coming to this camp is important to you
  3. What your expectations are for the camp
  4. What attributes you bring to the camp

Additionally, we ask for the contact information (name, email and phone number) of a trusted teacher be provided so that we can ask that they complete a brief recommendation survey for the student. 

It's important to note that acceptance into the program is not guaranteed. Evaluation and notification will take place for each student after the registration form, personal essay and teacher recommendation are completed and returned to the Summer Camps Coordinator. 

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ROBOTICS CAMP IS FULL

If you are interested in being added to the waitlist, please email Youth.Programs@sdsmt.edu.

Dates: June 9-14, 2019
Cost: $975
Grades: Rising 11th-12th Only

  • Includes camp, activities, supplies, room and board
  • $300 registration fee, applied to cost of program 
  • Minimum enrollment must be met
  • Registration does not guarantee enrollment
  • See  camp schedule &  other forms.

For more information

Contact Admissions,   
(605) 394-2414                                            Youth.Programs@sdsmt.edu


Brought to you by —

The SD Mines Electrical Engineering department, which leads students into a broad field that provides opportunities for interesting and challenging work in every phase of modern technology.  Learn more about Electrical Engineering and all that they contribute contribute to our world and our future.

The Robotics camp is led by Electrical Engineering Department Head,  Dr. Magesh Rajan .  

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