Romanian team finished to 3D print the chess pieces designed with the Italian and Portuguese partners in the 3D POwER #eTwinning project.
I participated, as member of the organizing committee, in the 10th edition of the Electronic Contest Electronicus which has been held at Clubul Copiilor Novaci between 12th and 14th May, 2017.
The workshop "Strategic Partnership for Education", coordinated by Ms. Aurelia Florea—Human Resources Director at Miele Tehnica—took place at Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology Iasi on April 26, 2017. The event was organized during the 26th edition of the TIE contest, with the aim of developing strategic partnerships between companies in the electronics industry and academia.
Do you want to teach in U.S. schools? You can do it for a period of three to five years through J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program. Only State Department designated sponsors are authorized to select potential exchange teachers. Educational Partners International, LLC (EPI) is an authorized sponsor.
The Karel - Autonomous Robot for Enhancing Learning project was selected as one of the European Commission’s success stories. The project is promoted on the Erasmus+ programme website.
It was happening in the fall of 2004, being in middle school, when I first met professor Mihai Agape, the man who transmitted the passion for electronics. Being recruited from the early stages of middle school I saw myself at the Electronics circle at Clubul Copiilor Orsova, titled as at that time, where I would be spending my time the next 4 years.
ConSat team (CONexiuni + SATellite) qualified for Romanian national phase of CanSat 2017 competition. The team is composed of four students: Țenovici Cristiana Alexandra, Firoi Florin, Savu Claudiu Iosif, and Vasilcan Robert Andrei.
European secondary schools are invited to take part in EDU-ARCTIC project's activities.
EDU-ARCTIC is an EU-funded project focused on using Arctic research as a vehicle to strengthen science education curricula across Europe. It aims to encourage students aged 13 to 20 to pursue further education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
A CanSat is a simulation of a real satellite, built inside of an empty soft drink can.
The students teams have to design, build, and test a mini-satellite (CanSat). They have to fit all the major subsystems of a satellite, such as power, sensors and communications in a 330 ml soft drink can.