In addition to 10 Arduino-KIT sets purchased under the Rector’s grant for StemLAB project (the winner of the intra-university project contest), Program Engineering Chair professors Sergiy Choporov and Vitaliy Gorbenko also purchased Raspberry Pi-based robotechnics kits from the funds assigned by state-funded research project “Developing Software for Engineering Analysis of Aerospace Technical Objects on Cloud-based Technologies”. They have also acquired a single board computer NVIDIA Jetson Nano for artificial neuro network building bought by means of international funding. Therefore, StemLAB laboratory has been successfully launched, and every Saturday 10 secondary school students from Zaporizhzhya region attend classes there to gain software and robotechnics development skills.
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