You love technology. Come explore your passion at Indiana University’s Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering Precollege Summer Programs. You’ll learn about the latest tech, get experience using it, and see what one of the nation’s best technology schools is like.
Explore technology and everything you can do with it
Luddy Precollege Summer Program 2023
Program fee: $750
The 2023 Luddy Precollege Program is a residential program, scheduled to take place in person on the beautiful IU campus, where high school students will explore how the Luddy community uses and designs computational tools to solve problems in engineering, science, and society. Participants will learn to use the python programming language to control a multiplicity of systems, interact with experts across our school, and gain a broad vision for computing in the 21st century.
- intelligent sound-processing
- microbiome gene sequencing
- collecting scientific data using robots
- 3D modeling and photogrammetry
- virtual world design
- strategic intelligence
- smart homes and automation
- designing for humans and animals, and more.
Other program details:
- Who: Students entering grades 10-12
- When: July 16-22
- No experience is necessary to participate; participants will be grouped according to skill level, and all students will be given the support they need to succeed.
Contact Josh Streiff at email@example.com.
Women's Cybersecurity Immersion Camp 2023
June 26 - 30, 2023
Program fee: $300
This week-long interactive virtual camp is designed for women who are interested in exploring the ever-expanding field of cybersecurity. Participants will work in teams to design their own projects while getting hands-on experience with popular cybersecurity tools and technology, including Wireshark, Nmap, Burp Suite, and more. This year's camp will include a focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI). Students with little to no technical background are encouraged to apply.
Other program details:
Who: Students entering grades 9-12
"One of the most exciting parts of the program was when we visited Assembly Hall and got to see the technology that’s used to capture game-time footage that’s used to analyze the basketball program. It was fascinating to see behind-the-scenes virtual reality technology and computer labs in action. I also loved meeting new students from around the country, working with Luddy faculty and staff, and spending time with current students who were our counselors!”
Meredith Fain, current Luddy computer science B.S. major and former summer program participant