Previous Workshops

Create Your Own Custom 3D Printed Keychain



Presenter: Abhinav Baral and Elena Mezack

Thursday November 2nd, 2023

6:00pm – 8:00pm

Students will learn the basics of 3D printing using SolidWorks, creating key chains utilizing the SolidWorks software to design unique pieces. Students will go through a step by step process to understand the steps needed to create and prepare their prints for the actual 3D printing.

Topics Include: 3D Tech

Cloud Gardens

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Presenter: Lucy Ledesma and Jason Tyler

Wednesday October 25th, 2023

6:00pm – 8:00pm

Students will create their own automated smart monitoring system to track the health of their plants through the use of circuitry and IOT. By creating a circuit with various sensors and creating an accompanying IOT setup, the students will be able to see all of the important data about their plants in an easy to understand format.

Topics Include: Internet of Things and Eco Innovate

Autonomous Drone Programming


Presenter: Muneeb Syed and Reis Muccino

Wednesday October 11th, 2023

6:00pm – 8:00pm

Come discover how to create an autonomous flight path using DJI drones. This session will make use of camera vision principles, python, and DJI Tello drones to navigate through an obstacle course.

Topics Include: Applied Tech and Drones

Creating Images with Stable Diffusion AI

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Presenter: Daniel Bokshan and Diego Melendez

Wednesday October 4th, 2023

6:00pm – 8:00pm

Introduction to generating images using Stable Diffusion AI, as seen on social media. Participants will learn about the back end of generative AI technology, as well as the utilize the Stable Diffusion model to create their own images. Come experience the next generation of art!

Topics Include: Artificial Intelligence

Playing Soccer with VEX IQ Robots


Presenter:  Brennan Giglio

Friday December 2nd, 2022

1:00 - 2:00pm

Students were put into teams to build a VEX IQ robot and play a game of robot soccer. Students learned about active and passive manipulators as well as had the chance to experiment with simple robotics. Participants learned how to program their robots to drive around and compete in head to head soccer matches.

Topics include: Applied Tech, Programming

Visualizing the Ideal Sports Team with Tableau and Data Analytics


Presenter: Julia Somma

Wednesday November 9th, 2022

4:00 - 5:00pm

Students learned how to input data into Tableau and organize it to make meaningful charts and graphs. Using an array of sports statistics, data visualizations were generated that allow you to predict the best teams and players for this season.

Topics include: Data Visualization