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Nano Size It (June 17-21, 2024)

  • Learn how nanotechnology has transformed the world
  • Explore the technologies used to see and create small devices
  • Design and create your own solar cell and solar car

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Entangle It (June 24-28, 2024)

  • Learn about the strange world of quantum mechanics
  • Explore key concepts like quantum entanglement and superposition
  • Discover how quantum behavior enables advanced technologies

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Research scientist John Nees and research engineer Galina Kalinchenko work on the ZEUS laser at the NSF ZEUS laser facility in a Michigan Engineering lab.

Zap It (July 8-12, 2024)

  • Learn about laser engineering and plasma science
  • Hands-on experience at the University of Michigan ZEUS Facility
  • Explore the home of the most powerful laser in the U.S.

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Power Up (August 5-9, 2024)

  • Explore the components of an electric vehicle
  • Construct a device run on solar energy
  • Maximize a system’s power efficiency
  • Use an electronic circuit to channel power
  • Scavenge energy from the environment

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AI Magic (August 12-16, 2024)

  • Recognize the growing impact of machine learning and generative artificial intelligence.
  • Explore ethical questions related to ChatGPT, Dall-E, and Sora as they increasingly become part of our daily lives.
  • Learn the fundamentals of AI.
  • Gain practical experience in data analysis, visualization, and artificial intelligence through courses and projects through collaboration.

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