UNSL will celebrate Science Week with different courses
UNSL has everything ready to celebrate National Science and Technology Week, a celebration that will take place across the country and will be headquartered in the district at the College of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences (FCFMyN). For five consecutive days, from Monday the 8th to Friday the 12th of this month, the academic unit will offer different training courses for those who wish to introduce themselves in various subjects and disciplines.
This was pointed out by FCFMyN’s Minister of Science and Technology, Veronica Gil Costa, who stated that this year she has organized a total of five workshops that are open and free to society at large. Those interested in registering can do so through a form available on the college’s website, www.fcfmyn.unsl.edu.ar.
The exercises are “Introduction to Satellite Environmental Monitoring Tools”, which will be presented on Monday 8, from 9 am to 12 pm; “Introduction to 3D Printing” (Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10, 9-12); “3D visualization and advanced human-computer interaction” (Thursday 11 and Friday 12, from 8:30 to 13:30); “First Steps in Programming with Arduino” (Wed 10th, 15th-18th); and the “Geoexperience” workshop (Monday 8 in duplicate at 10 and 15:30).
“The invitation is open to the entire community, professionals, teachers, high school and university students. The workshops are designed so that the participants have a lot of hands-on activity, such as using augmented reality glasses to implement a 3D model,” explained Jill Costa. To participate in all courses, there will be limited places for up to twelve people, who will be selected according to the order of registration.
In addition, FCFMyN’s Secretary of Science and Technology said that all activities will take place at the Open Collaborative Innovation Lab (LIAA), located in the building on the corner of Chacabuco and Pedernera.
“The only requirement we ask is that interested parties provide their personal data and means of communication. We recommend this especially to students in their final years of high school, so that they can have an approach to using technology,” she said. He added that in all cases, the training will be the responsibility of the teachers and researchers from the college in cooperation with the students.
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