TISP 2.0 initiative has the goal of bringing the engineering world to high school students and motivate them with several hands-on activities. Students are inspired and enforced to use their problem solving abilities, awakening their engineering spirit.
TISP 2.0 is a competition that encourages students to reinforce their experimental and theoretical capabilities while they’re at the same time developing team spirit and creativity.
The different activities, that make up this competition, aim to put students closer to situations that they will encounter in case of choosing a vocational pathway linked to engineering.
Sep 18, 2016
The first week of this lective year is dedicated to the enrollment process of the new students. We were involved in welcoming those new students to our university by promoting our values and the purpose of our Student Branch and introducing them to what IEEE is and its importance in the engineering world. EMBS contributed actively to show the young students all the different activities that they can participate in. The students had access to tools related to receiving and sending biosignals, being able to control a drone, play videogames with MYO band, only using their EMG signals.