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Summer Camp

Summer Camp at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems at University of Cincinnati

EECS Summer Camp


Summer Camp Description

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Summer Camp at EECS provides high school students with a fun yet thorough introduction to the exciting field of computer science and engineering..

This two-week day camp runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday and provides campers with the opportunity to develop their computer skills and work with and meet working computer scientists.

What will campers do?

Campers will participate in various activities, ranging from hands-on projects, and presentations of industrial applications as well as research projects. Current graduate and/or undergraduate students will participate in these activities, making presentations of their own projects.

Most activities will take place in a College of Engineering and Applied Science computer laboratory and consist of the following:

  • All campers will build a pre-selected project to take home..
  • To test their understanding, campers will be required to write programs implementing the solutions to some simple problems. They will be introduced to the two most important concepts in programming: correctness and efficiency of an algorithm.
  • All resources necessary to complete this project, computers, software, and extensive help, will be provided by the camp organizers.

When will the camp take place?

  • Dates: Week days from June 11th through June 22nd, 2018
  • Time: 9:00AM to 4PM

What will the camp cost?

A $375 per student cost registration and camp fee will be charged to cover instructional expenses, daily lunch, and snacks.

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  • Students entering grades 9th through 12th in Autumn are eligible to apply
  • A maximum of 40 students will be accepted into the camp
  • Applications are being accepted through April 2, 2018 (Change from March 2)
  • Decision on application will be made by the end of March
  • The $375 registration fee is due by April 13

Registration Information

Please fill out the registration form by April 2, 2018.

For more information, contact:

Anca Ralescu, Professor
819B Old Chemistry