The Electronics Club is a place where students can develop their knowledge on electronics, in turn deepening interest in their studies and increasing their chances in the labour market.
In this club, anyone is welcome to carry out their own study course or individual projects. Experienced students will be happy to give advice and share necessary knowledge needed for a successful project. Various types of trips and workshops are regularly organised by the members of the Electronics Club and the Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications.
Join the club to learn new skills, repair electrical equipment, or to simply spend your free time in a productive way!
Location: Āzenes ielā 12, 123. kabinetā.
Organiser: Oskars Šēlis
The aim of “Tech Amateurs” is to develop students’ metalworking skills and knowledge on cars: how they work and how to repair them.
In this club, students get the opportunity to try their hand at repair works, problem diagnosis, car restauration and metalwork. Necessary skills like welding their own metal parts will be taught.
The club offers students a wide array of tools to help aid you in carrying out a successful project. These include the welding machine, drill, angle grinder, torque wrench, spring compressor, multimeter, hammers, sander, industrial fan, compressor, filers, car jack, and many more.
Organiser: Reinis Masulis
The aim of this club is self-growth: to broaden knowledge and practical skills within the field of medical engineering. This club gives students the opportunity to develop and practically apply their knowledge outside of their studies.
Familiarising students with the medical equipment used in Latvia, as well as solving technical tasks, helps them gain insight into the job requirements of a medical engineer.
During meetings, specific medical devices or engineering problems are discussed, and a related task is then solved both theoretically and practically.
Organiser: Laura Ozoliņa
This club is open to anyone looking to improve their programming or other IT skills. To achieve this, projects of various scale in which mentors then test the developed code are organised. Particular attention is paid to acquiring the skills needed in the industry.
Each student is free to choose the programming language they want to develop and use in their project. Club members are invited to share their experiences and discoveries so that they can improve both their IT skills and their knowledge.
Organiser: Mārtiņš Būmanis
The aim of the Construction Mechanics Club is to expand students’ knowledge both within their study course on construction mechanics and outside of it. This is an opportunity for students to ask any unclear questions based on the topic. Since the very beginning, the goal of this club has been to not only create interest in construction mechanics, but also to use newly acquired knowledge in creating new technologies and in solving construction problems. The club format is designed to create a supportive environment in which senior students can advise and assist their newcomer peers.
Of course, construction mechanics is not limited to the assigned calculation problems - every year sees an increase in different calculation and modelling programs. Because the university cannot adjust its study course at such speed, this club is an ideal insight into various new computer programmes in which knowledge of construction mechanics is applied.
Organiser: Aija Pūsepa