Summer Camp 2016

Micro/Nano Technology Center

Summer Camp

Description: The Micro/Nano Technology Center is hosting a summer camp for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors at the University of Louisville’s premier $30 million cleanroom. Students will learn the same microfabrication techniques used in Silicon Valley to make a variety of devices such as solar cells, gyroscopes, pressure sensors, temperature sensors, etc. Participants will also learn how to solder electronic components and communicate with a variety of devices with either the Arduino and/or Raspberry Pi microcontrollers. After completion of the program participants will get to take home their silicon wafers, a cleanroom notebook, lecture notes used from the labs and an embroidered polo shirt.