The UC3M organises Technological Fridays 2022 for secondary schools

The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is organising a new edition of its "Technological Fridays", a programme of educational scientific and technological workshops about R&D&I at the University aimed at 5th year secondary school students, A-level students and students in training programmes. These workshops will take place at the School of Engineering on the LeganÚs Campus.

This activity aims to bring together research carried out in different fields at the UC3M in an enjoyable manner: aerospace, bioengineering, electrical, electronics, information, material, robotics, telecommunications and more. These workshops will be taught by the UC3M’s teaching staff and will take place on Friday 11th and 25th of March from 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm. In addition to this, another session aimed exclusively at female students will be held on the 11th of February, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, within the framework of STEM for Girls UC3M, a programme that promotes STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) vocations among girls and young women.

Participants can register directly using the electronic form on the website (see below). Each student may choose one workshop per day among the 13 workshops on offer (5 more than last year). These sessions will focus on topics such as the accessibility of technology, 3D organ bioprinting, app creation for the digital city, cryptography and cybersecurity, electronics, atomic emission spectroscopy, photonics, microchips that are used in biology, spatial sound, and telecommunications, among others.

This experience aims to bridge the gap between the university world and secondary school students to provide them with information about the degrees offered by the UC3M in this field. The workshops aim to promote STEM career vocations and reinforce students’ skills in the area of technology.

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