Open to any high school student who will be entering freshman, sophomore, junior or senior year in Fall 2022. Space is limited. This course is limited to 15 students per session.
Classes will be held via Zoom and facilitated in real-time by the instructor and a classroom coordinator.
- This highly anticipated course is the online version of our on campus MIT session, offering students inside access to some of the most important engineering labs in the world!
- Learn about Fundamentals of Engineering through hands-on projects and simulations
- Introductions to MATLAB computer programming, the pioneering computational programming language in science and technology, that is used in most science and engineering university courses
- Learn from professionals in the field about the latest advancements in engineering and technology
July 25, 2022 August 4, 2022 Time: 9am - 12pm EST
Dr. Ali Talebinejad
Engineering MIT Lecturer at Mechanical Engineering Department
Ali Talebinejad has done his PhD at MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in the area of Robotics and Computer Vision and has received his MS from MIT Mechanical Engineering in the area of System Dynamics and Control. Daniel Frey is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at MIT. Prof. Frey’s research is in the field called “robust design” — a set of engineering practices which help to ensure that engineering systems function despite variations due to manufacture, wear, deterioration, and environmental conditions.Learn more