Bachelor Science Camp "Digital Twin"

From March 7 to 11, the 1st Science Camp for Bachelor students of all Thuringian universities will take place. The Science Camp invites students to learn the basics of programming and try them out in an interdisciplinary project team. The Science Camp is an initiative of the Alliance THÜRING.

The Science Camp offers interested students in engineering bachelor's degree programs the opportunity to work on an independent project in an interdisciplinary team on the topic of "Digital Twin", to acquire the necessary programming skills (Arduino + macro programming) and to gain further knowledge from specialized lectures and presentations by industry representatives. The Arduino is a simple but powerful microcontroller that can be used to easily get started with hardware programming. The Digital Twin is built using databases and CAD models commonly used in industry.

The current Science Camp takes place in cooperation between the TU Ilmenau and the Bauhaus University Weimar. Another Science Camp is to follow as early as this year, then primarily for master's students in engineering.

What requirements should interested parties bring with them?

You should be a student in an engineering bachelor's degree programme at a Thuringian university. No programming skills or CAD knowledge are required, but interest in programming should be present.

What else does the Science Camp offer?

The Science Camp offers the opportunity to meet like-minded people and network across multiple university campuses. The Science Camp concludes with a certificate that can be recognized as part of one's examination and study regulations, if applicable.

Where and until when can I register?

You can register easily by sending an email to Deadline for registration is February 15, 2022.

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