Learn how to code autonomous flying robots this June!

Space Coding Course (Online)

Age:
13 to 25 years old

Date:
23 to 25 June 2021

9am to 5pm daily with breaks

Programme:
23 June 2021: 

  • Basics of Android Studio and how to code in Java 

24 June 2021:

  • Continuation of how to code in Java
  • Useful libraries to code autonomous flying robots in space 

25 June 2021: 

  • Hackathon

Requirements:

SSTL’s Space Coding Course is Singapore’s premiere coding course that teaches youths how to code autonomous free-flying robots on board the International Space Station

 

The lessons are specially curated such that participants can learn how to apply their coding skills in the unique setting of space during the Hackathon on the last day and in future projects. Attractive prizes will be awarded to the best team for the Hackathon.  

 
Group discount of 10% for groups of 10 or more applicable. 
Youths from lower-income families (PCI < $1800/month) will be able to attend the course for free.
Please contact belinda.hum@space.org.sg for more information.
 

Programme Schedule

Time

0845

0900

0915

0930

0945

1000

1015

1030

1045

1100

1115

1130

1145

1200

Flight Day 1

Check in

Welcome Message

Icebreaker Games

Introduction to Spacecraft Engineering

Break

Design your own satellite

End of Day 1

Flight Day 2

Check in

How Astronauts live in Space

Break

Programming for Space

End of Day 2

Flight Day 3

Check in

Space Mission Design & Planning

Break

Space Mission Design & Planning

Trivia

Closing

End of Day 3

*Programme is subject to change.

Register Now!

If you satisfy the requirements to attend the 3-day course for free or you are intending to sign up as a group (for schools), please contact belinda.hum@space.org.sg directly.

About Space Coding Course

Space Coding Course aims to enthuse and teach from different socioeconomic backgrounds the basics of Java in the context of programming free-flying robots on board a space station. It will be a platform of exposure to the possibilities of how coding can improve space missions and will position Singapore to capture future benefits in mission requirements requiring more digital skills.

Supported by:

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In support of:

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For those who have registered, we have sent you the confirmation email upon receipt of registration fees. Details of the workshop are within the email. Do keep a look out for the email from contact@space.org.sg. If you have not received the email, do drop us a note at contact@space.org.sg with the registered name of parent, student and also the mode of payment made for us to check our records. See you at the workshop!