Summer Camps

A close-up of a student's hands as they use a tool to work on an automated drawing device
A student sits at a computer desk and builds an electronic car at a SICE summer camp.
A SICE summer camp leader works with student participants on building electronic devices.

Standard camp

June 16–20, 2019
$425

You’ll use a variety of applications, including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and e-textiles. For fun, you’ll go to the IU Outdoor Pool and the student union bowling alley.

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Extended camp

June 16–22, 2019
$600

Stay for two more days, tackle advanced project-based work, and tour cool places on IU’s campus—including Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall and the Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology.

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The application will go live in February.

Michael Mitsch, freshman

I loved the Arduino course. We programmed a parking buddy that would beep when something came within a couple feet of it. We were learning to use sensors with the Arduino circuit board, and the professor gave us a ton of examples of how we could apply these skills.

Michael Mitsch, intelligent systems engineering major and former summer camper