Students programming the Altera Cyclone III FPGA using Quartus II.
During the 2015 summer program we introduced students to the field programmable gate array (FPGA). This platform was used to teach binary math, digital design, Boolean algebra, and developing designs using schematic capture and a hardware description language.
Workshops included discussions, student presentations, engineering videos, and projects covering theory, application, and career skills, including entrepreneurship, leadership, innovation, problem solving, and critical thinking. We engage students in a broad range of science and technology including classical and quantum physics, artificial intelligence, drones, computing, microprocessors, gaming, and more.
Our workshops are fun, enlightening, and provide a constant flow of challenging and innovative thought on engineering and technology. Students are encouraged to recognize and strengthen their intellectual capabilities and begin utilizing them to change the world.
Call us at 813-493-4773.
2015 Summer Workshops
Held July 6 - 16 and July 20 - 30
Monday - Thursday 8am - 2pm
Christ the King Church and Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church
- Engineering Education for Middle/High School Like No Other -
Preparing students "today" for exciting careers in engineering.
Teaching Theory, Application, and Career Skills.
Workshops, Mentoring, Science Projects, Skype, Instruction, Curricula.
Developed and Taught by Real Engineers.