AI in the classroom

KIKS is a STEM project on artificial intelligence for the third stage of secondary education (students aged 16-18). Students learn to understand AI, with possibilities and limitations; they learn how they can have an impact on it. The relationship between stomata of plants and climate change offers a unique framework to work with deep neural

WeGoSTEM information for volunteers

With the WeGoSTEM project, thousands of pupils from the 5th and 6th grade discover their talent for science and technology. We challenge them to build and program a creative art robot that can draw independently. In this educational workshop, a lot of STEM skills are discussed, from technology to computational thinking. WeGoSTEM is possible thanks

WeGoSTEM – Belgium & Greece

With the WeGoSTEM project thousands of pupils from the 5th and 6th grade discover their talent for science and technology. We challenge them to build and program a creative art robot that can draw independently. In this didactic workshop a lot of STEM skills are discussed, from technology to computational thinking. WeGoSTEM is possible thanks

UGent – Dwengo robot competition

In 2008, the workgroup electronics (WELEK) at the UGent Faculty of Engineering and Architecture organised a robot competition for students of the faculty. While it all started small with a autonomous light eating contest and only 12 participating robots, it grew to a successful yearly event with nearly 150 participating students and is now known

progra-MEER

In this CS4HS project, we work together with KU Leuven, Ghent University and UHasselt to establish a basis of expertise in physical computing for computer science education in Flemish high schools (from K7 to K12). Therefore, we will organise a training program for CS and STEM teachers. During this training, the teachers can refresh their

International Robot Week

Dwengo is organising its first International Robot Week in October. We will bring 50 teenagers with different socio-economical backgrounds from all over the world together to build ArtBots: robots that produce art. We start at October 23th and close with an ArtBots exposition on Monday October 27th around lunch time. Our Goal With our international