Electronics Workshop (available only in Greek)
210 – 9469 641
The dates shown are indicative and can be altered upon request in advance. Any science experiment demonstration can be arranged to take place between Monday and Wednesday from 10:00 to 13:00.
Gymnasium and Lyceum students
Build a solar-powered robotic vehicle.
How do solar panels work? How can we convert and store solar energy? How can we use that energy to power a robot?
In this workshop, students explore the field of electronics and learn how to use renewable energy sources.
Students work with several basic electronic components and build simple electronic circuits on a breadboard. Afterwards, they face the challenge of constructing the chassis and electronic circuit of a solar powered robotic vehicle.
The aim of this workshop is to introduce electronics and engineering to students and to highlight the relation between Science, Technology and Engineering.
Introduction to basic electronics.
Soft-skill acquisition related to the topics of Science, Mathematics, Electronics, Engineering and Design.
Development of skills such as teamwork, co-operation, problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity.
Breadboard, resistors, cables, capacitors, diodes, transistors, solar panels, motors.