Arduino is an easy-to-learn and easy-to-use microcontroller platform that gives almost infinite possibilities. It allows you to make devices that can improve and automatize your research or hobbyist projectsn such as: temperature, light, humidity sensors that save the data on your computer or on a SD card, automated behavioral setups, lickometers, robots, drones and much more!
During the workshop, you will learn basics of Arduino; you will work with different types of sensors, diodes, motors, and other elements. The workshop will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to make useful lab devices by yourself. No previous knowledge of electronics or programming is required!
The workshop will take place 10:30AM – 4:30 AM in A room at Nencki Institute. Please find the application form here. The deadline for applications is March 6thth.