INTERNATIONAL ROBOTICS CAMPS FOR GIRLS
in Germany – taught in English
CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK STATEMENT
IN COOPERATION WITH
ROBOTICS CAMPS FOR GIRLS
in Germany – taught in English
IN COOPERATION WITH
Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) Outbreak – Update
For all those among you who are interested in joining our robotics-camps for STEM-girls at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH):

The impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is global and severe, especially in Germany which since December 2020 was forced to take drastic measures to bring the outbreak under control. Public life in Germany has come to a standstill since Dec 2020 as social gatherings have been restricted and shops, schools and universities have remained closed since then. Entry regulations remain “fluid”, i.e. can change from day to day. Current prediction is that the German population will not be fully vaccinated until the fall of 2021.

Your children´s safety and well-being is our top priority. From today´s COVID-19 perspective, a summer camp in 2021 seems highly improbable. However, if you / your daughter is interested you may still apply on a “wait-and-see” basis, based on last year´s program format.

We are not planning to switch to a remote-learning format. For a course like ours, which is an innovative, collaborative apprenticeship culture based on direct human interaction, a virtual classroom is not an ideal format. We are very focused on giving the participants the direct mentorship which is unique to Robotics Institute. We will continue to monitor the situation and I will keep you informed.

Alexis Noguer, CEO and Founder of Robotics Institute, father of two teenage daughters
Hamburg, 25th February 2021

ROBOTICS CAMPS

in Germany – taught in English
IN COOPERATION WITH

ABOUT ROBOTICS INSTITUTE

Robotics is a fascinating field. Together with Additive Manufacturing (AM), robotics is going to influence the world greatly in the future. This is an amazing program for young people, especially STEM-interested girls. Germany has resource-rich Technical German Universities, which are all public and where metal 3D printing and many other AM technologies were invented. We created the Robotics Institute to create the opportunity for young students to get STEM training in an excellent institution. We want to promote the inter-cultural encounter of high-school students from Europe and from around the world. All participants will receive an official certificate from the prestigious Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH).

Attendees from over 12 nations

Cyprus
Estonia
France
Germany
Iran
Israel
Italy
Netherlands
Romania
Spain
United Kingdom
USA
SPONSORED by
JUNIOR CAMP
Summer 2021, TBC

JUNIOR CAMP

Summer 2021, TBC
Gender Availability: Girls only
Age: 14 to 16 years old
JUNIOR PLUS CAMP
Summer 2021, TBC

JUNIOR PLUS CAMP

Summer 2021, TBC
Gender Availability: Girls only
Age: 15 to 17 years old
KEY BENEFITS
UNIQUE
Taught in English, at German Technical University, by university employed teachers.
ATTRACTIVE
Make friends with like-minded 
peers from all over the world.
MEANINGFUL
Girls learn confidence confronting technological challenges.
INDUSTRIAL COMPANY VISITS
Visit companies of the famed German “Mittelstand” and learn about emerging technologies in an industrial environment.
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KEY BENEFITS

  • UNIQUE

    Taught in English, at German Technical University, by university employed teachers.
  • ATTRACTIVE

    Make friends with like-minded peers from all over the world.
  • MEANINGFUL

    Girls learn confidence confronting technological challenges.
  • INDUSTRIAL COMPANY VISITS

    Visit companies of the famed German “Mittelstand” and learn about emerging technologies in an industrial environment.

TESTIMONIALS

  • Francesca – Bari, Italy

    I like the fact that there were two teams: 3D printing and Arduino. A highlight for me was putting everything together at the end and seeing the final result!
  • Sofia – Barcelona, Spain

    I participated in other robotics camps before and I was always the only girl. Confronting technological challenges, working only with girls, made me feel really comfortable in my own skin.
  • Leah – Barcelona, Spain

    The sisterhood we experienced here never happened to me before. Not just single individuals, but the entire group clicked so much!
  • Noa – Givataim, Israel

    I searched for a robotic summer camp like this all around the world – until I found this one organized by The Robotics Institute at Hamburg University of Technology!
  • Gaia-Virginia – Washington DC, USA

    My favourite part was definitely being surrounded by so many girls passionate about computer science and the same interests as me. That empowered me a lot.
  • Dr. Adi Vegerhof – Tel Aviv, Israel

    This camp made the girls more focused on the path they want to have in life. This experience will rank top in all the experiences they will ever have!
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OUR MISSION

We believe the world would be a better place if more women were in positions of power. We want to encourage girls to pick a career in STEM-related fields and to empower them to succeed in a digital future. Our team-work based International Robotics-Camps at German Technical Universities bring together STEM-interested girls from around the world. They become friends and learn to be confident and project competence in a technological, male-dominated environment. 

MEET THE TEAM

Interim Manager. Entrepreneur, imagineer, father of two daughters. Someone´s got to do it…

Alexis Noguer

Founder & CEO
Strategy consultant, business coach, mother of a daughter. Passionate about helping others develop their potential.

Anabel Requena

COO
23 years old. German.
She is an Officer in the Bundeswehr (the German army), an expert marksman, who also studies educational science at the Helmut-Schmidt-University in Hamburg.

Celine Breitfeld

Female Supervisor
Strategy consultant, business coach, mother of a daughter. Passionate about helping others develop their potential.

Anabel Requena

COO
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