# SigmaCamp 2016 - Semilabs

The main part of SigmaCamp academic program are the **semilabs** that combine theoretical (Seminar) and practical (Lab) parts in 90-minute session. Each semilab is a course, running for the five “regular” days of camp. Each student can attend 2 semilabs.

On this page, you can find the list of semilabs which will be offered in SigmaCamp 2016. Semilabs come in three difficulty lеvels. Please consider the following guidelines when selecting semilabs you would like to attend at SC2016:

An **introductory level** semilab does not assume any prior knowledge on the topic.

**Intermediate level** semilabs do not require any prior knowledge on the topic, but will generally be more challenging.

**Advanced level** semilabs are the most challenging ones. They have prerequisites - a set of concepts you are expected to be familiar with prior to attending the semilab.

## Introductory semilabs

- The Art of Making Stones
- The Quest For Blue
- Introduction to Computer Programming
- Biosensors and Deception: Building a Lie Detector.
- Chemistry, Color, and Fire, or: Back to the Foundations of Chemistry
- Codes and Ciphers

## Intermediate semilabs

- Robotics
- Science of Cooking
- Radioactivity: Detecting Particles and Fields Around Us
- Electricity and Sound
- Sets, Graphs, Walks, and Games
- Number Theory through Fun Facts and Problems
- Microcontroller Programming for Young Inventors
- Wicked Problems!!
- Perception of smell and color
- Electromagnetism Made Simple
- Physics of Gravitational Waves
- Math and Discoveries of Archimedes