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DETECT WEEK - Practical Course in Creative Digital Fabrication and Automation

Enroll now for  a course enhancing your life-long skills!

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What:

Practical Course in Creative Digital Fabrication and Automation
is a multidisciplinary course focused on learning by doing and consists of 2D and 3D design principles, reverse engineering processes, exploring new behaviors of traditional materials modified by digital manufacturing machines, programming IoT network in the physical world via sensors, soldering basics and more.

You finish this course with a project of your own, bringing your creative idea to life!

  

Where:       

University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague (UCT Prague),     Campus Dejvice / Holešovice

When:           20. - 24. May 2024

Language:   English

Registration: 

  • for UCT students:  HERE
  • for general public: HERE

Program:

 

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Why Join the Practical Course in Digital Fabrication and Automation?

This course isn’t just about theory – it’s hands-on. Apply your skills in a real-world project, bringing your creative ideas to life.

We can’t wait to welcome you to the exciting world of making and creating!

Updated: 19.5.2024 18:48, Author: Edita Ryšlavá

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