Cross College-K12 Summer School on Robotic Intelligence
The Cross College-K12 Summer School is designed to bridge higher education and K12 with a specific theme on robotic intelligence and innovation that many believe is the next future. It provides students with broad vision and interdisciplinary knowledge from academic and industry leaders to stimulate creative and entrepreneuring thinking. More importantly, it helps young students to stand out in a brand new way among steep competitions when moving on to achieve the next academic goal. International students are welcome.
Top-down, layered learning methodology
Interdisciplinary knowledge for robotic intelligence and business use cases
Skills in computing that enable innovations with robotic intelligence
Post program follow up and mentorship
3 parallel tracks – college and secondary school (10 days), elementary school (3-5 days)
Confidence and leadership development
PROGRAM (Track 1 - Grade 7 and up; Track 2 - Grades 4-6)
Residency: Two students will be assigned to a hotel room if not travelling with parent(s). While attending the program students will be supervised by several counsellors, who are typically college students in their sophomre and junior years of study. Minor students are not allowed to leave the program without prior written parental consent unless it is a Summer Program sponsored event or related to their course.
Health Services: Any minor student seeking health services will be required to bring the Parental Consent form (this is provided once the student has been accepted into the program) with them at the time of treatment. All minor students must also come with their personal health care card issued to them by your health care provider.
Additional Information: Upon confirmation of the registration, a special information packet will be emailed to each students and parents and/or guardians. This packet will include the following forms:
Parental Consent & Release Form (parental permission to attend the program)
Medical history form
Please note that the number of hotel rooms available is extremely limited and granted on a first come, first serve basis so we recommend that students register as early as possible.
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Faculty: The faculty of the summer school is led by Dr. Phillip Sheu, a fellow of IEEE and a pioneer in semantic computing, robotic computing and intelligence, biomedical computing, and multimedia computing. He received the B.S. degree from National Taiwan University and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in EECS from U.C. Berkeley. He is currently a Professor of EECS, Computer Science, and Biomedical Engineering at U.C. Irvine.