As you can see from the photos, all enjoyed
the Childrens Workshop held in conjunction with the 2004
IEEE International Symposium on EMC in Santa Clara!
Kids of all ages are welcome to come build battery-powered gadgets
according to their age level at next years 2005 IEEE International
Symposium on EMC in Chicago. Kids will learn to make a basic circle
circuit in several projects. Most of the material that we will
be using can be found around your house or can be purchased from
your local craft store. In this workshop, we guarantee that you
and your kids will have fun, lots of laughs, and a great learning
experience. Together we will work on troubleshooting techniques
to make sure the connections in the circuit are not broken. We
will ensure that the simplest to the most challenging projects
run in just three mornings!
The last day of the workshop will be our contest morning for the
most improved designs and the fastest running gadgets. Lots of
prizes will be given away! Come join us in Chicago!
For more information, please contact Gayla Burns at International
Certification Services, email@example.com.
|Gayla Burns (far left) enjoyed a
stop on the exhibit floor as part the Childrens Workshop
in Santa Clara.
|Some of the gadgets made during the
Childrens Workshop in Santa Clara included these colorful
|The children concentrated and were
very quiet as they worked. They appreciated the diverse program
arranged by Gayla Burns.
|Travis Flanagan from NAVAIR (far
right) showed a lightning attachment demonstrator during one
of the stops on the exhibit floor during the Childrens
Workshop. Incidentally, students from North Dakota State University,
under the tutelage of Dr. Robert Bob Nelson, made
|Fred Heather of NAVAIR (Naval Air
Systems Command) in Patuxent River, Maryland participated
in the Childrens Workshop by speaking to a group of
future engineers about EMC.