Starts: July 22, 2019 - July 26, 2019
Ages: 10 -14
Instruction: $225 Materials:$15. Total: $240
Cornell trained engineer Rustom Meyer will teach this super fun, full time hands on circuit building workshop where the you’ll learn to splice wire, solder to a permanent circuit board and prototype circuits on a breadboard. You’ll learn to use the various functions of electronic instruments like multi-meters and oscilloscopes and will even make our own switches. Rustom teaches this camp every summer and it’s always a hit. You can build a circuit that we design or come up with your own using LEDS, motors, buzzers and switches.
Refund Policy: All workshops are limited to five students and slots are held once I receive payment. Due to the small size of Gadget Lab, I can’t offer refunds unless I am able to find a replacement. If a replacement is found, there will be a $25 fee.
Rustom Meyer, Instructor
Rustom Meyer is an engineer, an entrepreneur, an educator, a craftsperson, an inventor, and a relentless optimizer. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science Cum Laude, and a Masters of Engineering in Biological and Environmental Engineering (also from Cornell).
Bookings are closed for this class.