Event

Post-Arduino Day Celebration

Education Makers invites you to attend their belated Arduino Day celebration. Hosted by #CU4thSpace and Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology at Concordia, this virtual and global celebration will introduce you to the exciting world of Arduino: an open-source hardware and software project and user community that designs and manufactures single-board kits for building digital devices.

The event will begin with an expert Q&A with David Cuartielles, Arduino co-founder, followed by a talk by Tomas de Camino, a mathematician, computer scientist, musician, maker and professor at Lead University in Costa Rica. Five-minute presentations and demos of Arduino projects by a community of makers will follow. A full schedule is available below.

Join the fun by registering for the Zoom webinar (https://bit.ly/2TlSnGK ) or watching live on Facebook.

Have questions on this topic that you want to get to our experts and makers ahead of time? Send them to info.4@concordia.ca.

Schedule

11:00-11:10: Introduction by Education Makers
11:10-11:30: Q&A with David Cuartielles
11:30-11:50: A talk by Tomas de Camino
11:50-12:20: Presentations and Demos
• Rima Abou-Khalil (Rick & Morty Portal Gun)
• Nathalie Duponsel (Stars Nightlight Exploration)
• Houda Jawhar (Elektroknitting)
• Parsa Hariri (Smart Car Assistant)
• Ben Douek (Robot In A Can)
• The “Ruby” Coders (Ivan Ruby Coding Group)
12:20-12:30: Q&A