Raspberry Pi Jams
Raspberry Pi Jams are public events centred around using the low-cost Raspberry Pi computers.
Participants learn software coding, with exercises that have been created to enhance understanding of mathematics, physics, engineering and computer science.
A volunteer group working closely with Maths and Physics staff host typically 10 Jams per year (second Saturday of each month) in the Maths and Physics Teaching Centre.
These family centred events draw typically 60 attendees each time and are heavily oversubscribed.
For further information, please contact Professor Fred Currell.