S.M.A.R.T Camp

31 May 2017 – 1 June 2017 Electronics S.M.A.R.T Camp

In today’s world, humans depend on electronics in communications, entertainments, defense applications, industrial applications and medical services. Our day to day life involves the use of electronic devices and it has played a major role in every of our life. While electronics has made tremendous advancement during the last few decades, have you even wondered what is inside these electronic devices?

S.M.A.R.T Camp

CRADLE in Science Centre is introducing the Electronics S.M.A.R.T Camp to showcase on electronics through application in hands-on experimentation and engineering design. Participants will get to know about electronic components, their functions and how complex circuits are form from basic circuits. In addition, participants will acquire the skills of soldering, measurement instruments, diagnosing circuits, and prototyping techniques.

Not only that! Industry partners such as Rohde & Schwarz will be sharing their inside views of their industry technologies. This could be useful if you are thinking of joining them. Participants are also issued with a certificate of completion and together with it, they take home their own electronics kit for further experimentation. Good news for secondary students too! This camp is also aligned with their new Electronics O-Level Syllabus!



The Camp will be held from 31 May to 1 June 2017, 09:00 – 17:30 (2 days, lunch provided) at Science Centre Singapore. The cost* will be $200/pax for students and $400/pax for public.

If you would like to sign-up, please do so at the following link:

For enquiries, you can email to us at cradle@science.edu.sg

*All information believed to be correct at the time of post. Detailed course contents are indicative and subject to amendments. Camp may be cancelled due to insufficient signup. A service fee may be levied by the online registration service provider. Student rates are exclusive to students of Singapore-registered schools (proof of affiliation may be required). To fully appreciate the theory behind the hands-on activities, physics and mathematics knowledge at the upper secondary school level is recommended. For further terms and conditions, please refer to the registration website.

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