January 2021 online Tech camp registration open now!

 

INTELLIGENT FUTURES

AUSTRALIA

World-Class STEM Camps For Kids & Teens

Our programs

Intelligent Futures Australia runs science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) camps for students from across Australia. Due to COVID-19, STEM camps at Monash University, Clayton campus are currently on hold until further instruction from the university. Instead, in 2020 we have been running online camps, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

 

In the January 2021 school holidays, we will continue to work with the Monash Nova Rover team to provide Computer Science and Game Design online courses. We have a range of courses for all students from late primary school to high school. Check out the list below for more information.

Term 4 Summer Holiday Online STEM Camps Timetable

(11 January to 22 January 2021)     

Introduction to Python (CS01)

Learn the basics of python and programming fundamentals by coding simple programs.

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12 - 18

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Introduction to Python (CS01)

Learn the basics of python and programming fundamentals by coding simple programs.

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Start Date

End Date

Start Time

12 - 18

End Time

Artificial Intelligence with Python (CS02)

Discover the world of AI and use python to create your own simple modules to recognise images, find trends in data and understand language.

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Start Date

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14+

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Introduction to Game Design with Scratch (GD01)

Learn the basics of drag and drop coding applications to solve puzzles and create fun games in Scratch.

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Start Date

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Start Time

7 - 12

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Game Design with Gadot (GD02)

Lean how to use the Gadot game engine to create 2D games using basic programming and sprite animations.

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Start Date

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12 - 15

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Game Design with Unity: Creating Environments (GD03)

Learn how to use the professional game engine, Unity, to develop 3D environments and use visual scripting to create a game.

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14+

End Time

Game Design with Unity: Programming with C# (GD04)

Learn how to use the professional game engine, Unity, to develop a pong and a space shooter game using the C# programming language

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14+

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Our Team

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KIKA ZUO

Director

I believe instead of being a consumer of technology, learn to become a producer of Technology as problem-solvers, makers, creators, and designers.

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ARYAN FAGHIHI

Instructor

I was the Monash University Deep Neuron team lead and am now a Mechatronics engineering graduate with extensive experience in Deep Learning and programming who loves to inspire the next generation of engineers and programmers.

GEMMA QUINN

Instructor

I'm the sub-team lead of the Monash University Nova Rover science-engineering team. I study Aerospace Engineering and Immunology. I'm passionate about learning, particularly STEM-related subjects, and enjoy sharing that knowledge with others to inspire and encourage their ambitions.

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HARRISON VERRIOS

Instructor and Program Lead

I'm the sub-team lead of the Monash University Nova Rover software team. I study astrophysics and game development and I love programming. I'm excited about teaching students how fun it can be to code games!

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PIERMON SCHWARZ

Instructor

I'm on the Monash University Nova Rover outreach and science teams. I study Mechatronics engineering and I've been tutoring VCE and STEM for over four years. I'm passionate about giving young people the opportunity to learn about engineering and coding.

OSCAR WALSH

Instructor

I'm the former sub-team lead of the Monash University Nova Rover electrical team. I study Mechatronics engineering and I love music, gardening and nature.

Team Powered By Monash Nova Rover

2020, We are proud to announce our partnership with the Monash Nova Rover team, and most of our instructors are dedicated individuals from the team.

 

This student-run team at Monash University creates a Mars rover analogue each year to compete at the University Rover Challenge in Utah, US. In 2019, they were the only Australian team to compete and finished 9th in the world. To see more, visit novarover.space.

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About

Intelligent Futures Australia Pty Ltd is the business partner of Digital Media Academy (DMA). Our mission is to provide a world-class STEM program to the Southern Hemisphere teens and kids.

 

DMA began on the campus of Stanford University in 1999 as the Academy for New Media, owned and operated by the Academic Technology department of Stanford University. From 2002, DMA has set out to be the thought-leader in technology education for kids and teens at prestigious universities across the U.S. and Canada. The instructors and curriculum developers of DMA include industry professionals and outstanding technology educators, with a driving passion for inspiring, teaching, and mentoring.