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.

Curious what to expect at SICE Summer Camp 2019?

Check out the 2018 camp video and schedules.

Questions? Contact Lauren Headley at lheadley@indiana.edu.

Engineering Tomorrow Summer Camp 2019 - SOLD OUT

A day camp for students entering grades 5 to 8

June 10–14, 2019
9 a.m.–4 p.m. each day
$300, which includes lunches

Explore the future of engineering and everything you can do with apps, software, robotics, and wearables with faculty in our innovative intelligent systems engineering program. Activities could include building robotic cars and plotters, working with internet servers, and making wearables that integrate lights. No experience needed.

Questions? Write to isecamps@indiana.edu.

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