SPEAKERS AND MENTORS
Guests and presenters of DaVinci Camp.
With the help of a compass, geologist Sara Beroff examines the angle at which the rock formation developed in relation to a horizontal line.
Professor of Civil Engineering at UC Berkeley, Dr. Sengupta, shows the scholars the drones he uses for his research.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University talks with the scholars as they visit the unveiling of the solar car.
Michelle, a graduate student of the Design School, learns the students’ names through the use of a name game.
Stanford University Graduate Student, Crystal Bray, shows the scholars around the physics lab after a campus tour.
After the touring the Botanical Garden and learning botanical latin from Al Luongo, DaVinci Camp scholars and team members pose with Al for a picture.
This scholar gets help on her airplane project by Dr. George Castro during his science workshop in San Jose.
At Stanford University, Simon Varela and the scholars show off their Mayan inspired books.
The DaVinci Camp group poses with Dr. Gabriel Acevedo-Bolton who works at the Veterans Affairs hospital in the research laboratory.
DaVinci Camp staff answers scholar’s question at Dr. George Castro’s Science Workshop in San Jose.
Before touring the chemistry labs, the scholars listen to a brief introduction from a chemistry professor, graduate students, and undergraduate students.
Dr. Viviana Acevedo-Bolton shares her research about air quality with the scholars, emphasizing the importance of the research at Stanford University.
Alex Jordan, Senior Lab Mechanician at UC Berkeley’s Hesse Hall, demonstrates how propellers printed from a 3-D printer can be tested using the wind tunnel behind him.
Artist and production designer Simon Varela, helps a scholar with the Mayan Book Project at Stanford University.