After our first I’m an Engineer event last November, and thanks to funding from Science Foundation Ireland’s Discover Programme, I’m an Engineer comes back to Ireland in February!
During Engineers Week, from Monday 2nd to Friday 13th February, we will be celebrating the bicentenary of George Boole’s birth with the Boole Zone. George Boole was an mathematician, philosopher and logician. He worked in algebraic logic, and was appointed as the first professor of mathematics at University College Cork in 1849.
We are looking for five engineers who use Boolean logic in their work, to answer questions online, and chat with curious students all around Ireland.
As engineer David said “I was very impressed with the questions, which covered all kinds of aspects of engineering and science as well as what it’s like to actually be a working engineer.”
Apply now to take part!
Apply before Friday 9th January.
Teachers apply here: imanengineer.ie/teachers
We’ll send an email out soon after you sign up asking how many classes you would like to bring online.
Engineers apply here: imanengineer.ie/engineers-apply
Take a look at this page on the I’m a Scientist blog for our advice on your application! The advice is aimed at scientists, but the same principles apply.
Thanks to Science Foundation Ireland’s Discover Programme for funding I’m an Engineer Ireland.