Target audience: The entire community from 10 to 100 years old (or children from 6 years old accompanied by older participants).
This workshop is for everyone who wants to learn, regardless of their education level or degree of knowledge on the subject.
Date: May 27, 2023, from 10 am to 1 pm
Tinkercad is a free online tool that allows you to simulate electronic circuits and virtually test them before building them. During this workshop, participants will learn how to use Tinkercad to create simple circuits, perform simulation tests, and troubleshoot problems. This knowledge will allow participants to create electronic projects with more confidence and security, avoiding common mistakes that can damage equipment and materials.
Why this topic?
Electronics is a technological area with a fundamental role in society. It allows us to communicate, work, learn, and have fun. Learning to simulate and test electronic circuits before building them is essential for detecting problems and design errors that imply a waste of time and resources.
The ability to design, build and troubleshoot electronic circuits is a highly valued skill in the areas of engineering, academic research, and technology industry. With the advancement of technology, it is increasingly important to develop skills that allow one to better understand how electronic devices work, including how to create them.
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