Computer Science Summer Camp @ UoA 2016 (*1) was held from August 22 to August 25, 2016.
This year is the 20th edition of the summer camp, and a total of 55 junior and senior high school students from all over Japan participated. Each student went to one of three courses (Fundamentals of C Programming, Java Game Programming, 3DCG) and enthusiastically enjoyed learning programming and other subjects under their UoA student instructors.

The participants got to not only learning computer technology, but also had various experiences through overnight extracurricular activities at the beautiful Higashiyama Onsen. Each student earnestly worked to learning computer skills with a strong sense of purpose. Their enthusiasm, in turn, allowed them to acquire high computer skills by the last day of camp. Interactions with other students who have the same interests and with UoA student instructors provide to be a valuable experience for participants.

For more details, please visit the Aizu Computer Science School Executive Committee homepage and Facebook page (*2).

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*1 Computer Science Summer Camp @ UoA 2016: Computer Science Summer Camp is a summer camp where junior and senior high school students can enjoy learning about game programming, 3D computer graphics, and other aspects of computer science at one of the only dedicated computer science university in Japan.
*2 Aizu Computer Science School Executive Committee homepage and Facebook

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