Day 1: Students learn the basics of top-down nanofabrication processes.
Day 2: Students design their own experiment and test it.
To schedule a chip camp:
- Example agenda for local groups
- Example agenda for groups living far enough away to require an overnight stay
Teachers: Once a camp has been scheduled:
- A District contact must sign the district agreement form.
- Parents sign the liability waiver and the permission forms.
- Students sign the participant responsibilities and both parents and student sign the behavioral code of conduct.
- Chaperones read your responsibilities and sign the liability waiver.
- Before the camp, students should take the chip camp preliminary survey.
Chip Camp Preliminary Survey (print version)
Students without the signed documents will NOT participate in a camp.
Past Chip Camps: Hall of Fame The first official weekend-long Nanotech Chip Camp at UCSB was March 12-13, 2005. Since then, we have had many chip camps. To see a list of past chip camps and pictures taken at the camps, click here.