I’m an Engineer, get me out of here! is back with the Metre Zone, running in Science Week!
Between 9th–20th November the five engineers in this general engineering zone will be competing for the school students’ votes in fast-paced live chats and answering questions on everything from robots, to coding, to sewers systems, to medical microwaves.
Let’s meet the engineers, and the schools who’ll be measuring them up in…
I help build robotic tubes to investigate the inside of peoples’ lungs.
I make programs to find bad webpages in the internet.
I use microwave signals to diagnose and treat diseases, such as cancer and stroke.
I work in Africa trying to improve access to toilets and subsequently treating the waste from them in the city of Blantyre, Malawi – can you imagine if we didn’t have toilets?
I help customers solve any problems that they have by investigating a new puzzle every day!
- Ardscoil Ris, Marino
- Ballygiblin N.S., Gurteenaboul
- Bodyke N.S., Bodyke
- Castlecomer Community School, Kilkenny
- Colaiste an Chraoibhin, Fermoy
- Colaiste Bhaile Chlair, Claregalway
- Gaelcholaiste Chomain, Beal an Atha
- Grange Community College, Donaghmede
- Mount Anville, Secondary School, Goatstown
- Newport N.S., Newport
- Scoil Mhuire Lourdes, Carrigaline
- Scoil Naomh Lorcain, Maganey
- St Mary’s CBGS, Belfast
- St Oliver’s CC, Drogheda
Thanks to the Science Foundation Ireland Discover Programme for funding the I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here event.