“You have not written a single line of code yet? You do not know how the interior of a computer looks like? Always been asking how data can be transferred that fast over the Internet? Not believing that one day computers will replace humans? Trying to find out why you need math to render an image? Or even aiming at designing the house of the future?“
In this case, you’re at the right place! We look forward to welcoming you at InfoSphere – Student Laboratory for Computer Science!
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On the following sites you will find lots of information about the InfoSphere – Student Laboratory for Computer Science at the RWTH Aachen.
The InfoSphere offers different approaches to various facets and applications of computer science for children and teens across all school grades. There are half-day and full-day modules but also modules that stretch over several days. Modules contain research- and 'Puzzle'-projects and, above all, a hands-on experience. Many of the modules were created for middle schoolers, so that no prior knowledge is required, and can be booked for every grade. Some of the modules can easily be integrated into high school computer science classes, to broaden the knowledge on covered topics with a field-trip or as an alternative to in-class teaching.