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Let's experiment with technology!

Upcoming Workshops & Events

We're offering a stage on the week of February 26, 2024. The theme will be the Carnival of the Robots. Also, our Jan-May 2024 Session of weekly workshops has begun, but some workshops still have a few open spots. Come try them out! 👇

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The Carnival of the Robots - Day Camp

Crafts, digital fabrication & robotics stage for kids

When?

Monday February 26 to Friday March 1st, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Who?

9-12 years old

Languages?

EN/FR

How much?

€175/participant for the week
€75/participant (SOCIAL RATE)

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Tech Mix 1

Discover the world of technology and algorithmic thinking in a fun and intuitive way

When?

Saturdays from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.

Who?

5-7 y.o.

Languages?

EN/FR

How much?

€185

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Tech Mix 2

Discover and deepen your knowledge of technology through projects combining code, robotics and digital fabrication.

When?

Sundays from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Who?

7-9 y.o.

Languages?

EN/FR

How much?

€185

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Tech Mix 3

Realize ambitious and fun projects that combine code, robotics, digital fabrication and electrical circuits

When?

Saturdays from 11am to 12:30pm

Who?

10-12 y.o.

Languages?

EN/FR

How much?

€275

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Robot Fever Junior

Learn to build and program robots with Lego Spike

When?

Sundays from 10.45 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

Who?

9-12 y.o.

Languages?

EN/FR

How much?

€325

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Robot Fever Senior

Learn to program your Lego robot in Python, one of the most in-demand programming languages on the job market today

When?

Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m.

Who?

13-16 y.o.

Languages?

EN/FR

How much?

€370

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Code & Electro

Develop your personal project using code, electronics and maker tools, and benefit from the advice of our pros

When?

Sundays from 4 to 6pm

Who?

14 y.o. and more, adults welcome

Languages?

EN/FR

How much?

€370

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Map Games

Create your own videogame in Javascript

When?

Mondays from 5 to 6:30pm

Where?

Online videoconference

Who?

12 y.o. and more

Languages?

FRENCH ONLY

How much?

€255

About

Tic Tac Lab is an initiative launched in 2015 in Belgium, by a happy bunch of passionate coaches, for kids and teenagers to discover, experiment, learn and play with technology (robots, coding, gaming, 3D printing...). Through weekly workshops and tech camps, we foster our techies' creativity!

Our objective is to instill the maker's spirit, deconstruct to better reconstruct and understand the inner working of things. Our workshops are fun (we laugh!), hands-on (we make things) and long-lived (we take back our projects home to further develop them).

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Girl soldering

With the generous support of

Fondation Orange
Meet & Code Award Finalist Code Week Badge I Love Science Badge

Our Team

Nicolas Agathos

Nicolas Agathos

Another great coach at Tic Tac Lab!

Carl Von Bonin

Carl Von Bonin

Being passionate about programming since the age of 8, Carl would love to study Software Engineering to work on building the software that powers our day to day lives. The IT world being so vast, he spends most of his time experimenting with different techniques in various computing areas to understand how they work, and regularly shares his newest projects on his YouTube channel “NamePointer”.

Tarig Bouazzati

Tarig Bouazzati

With a background in business engineering, a passion for technology and modern psychology, as well as an entrepreneur spirit, Tarig is excited to be involved in Tic Tac Lab's mission by sharing his knowledge with the ingenious kids that are ‘scratching’ tomorrow’s World.

Daniel Cortild

Daniel Cortild

Daniel discovered the joys of electronics and programming by simulating the blood system on board a rocket for the CanSat contest he won. He is as comfortable on a 100m track as before a differential equation and he loves to share his knowledge with the young and the wise.

Patrick Feeney

Patrick Feeney

Patrick is a French-American teacher of mathematics and physics who turned to educational technology in 2008 when he began designing puzzle games for the first versions of the iPhone and iPad. He has been involved in kids technology initiatives since he arrived in Brussels in 2012 notably with CoderDojo. His dream is to create a space for kids to tinker, code, build, make and imagine... a true imaginarium... right here in Brussels.

Hugo Herter

Hugo Herter

A professional developer, with a background in bio-informatics and artificial intelligence, Hugo builds web applications mainly using free & open source softwares. A volunteer at JSB (Jeunesses Scientifiques de Belgique), he likes teaching new technologies to both adults and teenagers. Some of his favourite tools include Python, Django, Processing, Linux and Arduino.

David Lefebvre

David Lefebvre

David is passionate about many things in life but his favourites include Arduino and electronic projects. He loves anything involving web development and looks forward to sharing as much of his knowledge and passion for tech as possible, whether it's by teaching curious kids or by working in group projects.

Yee Ling Ng

Yee Ling Ng

Former bank employee, Ling now takes care of her three children who are a full-time job! She is interested in computers because she has at heart the tech education of children. She also likes music, badminton, Japanese cuisine ... and hi-tech gadgets!

Louise Picot

Louise Picot

It seems that Louise's path to programming was destined by fate. She moved from Paris to Brussels to study painting but ended up burning her hands with some chemical products. Since she could not paint anymore, she decided to take some digital art and web design classes through which she discovered open-source graphical libraries helping artists to learn how to code. Louise is now completing a Master’s Degree in visual communication at ERG graphic design school in Brussels, creating digital art along the way.

Maïlys Renson

Maïlys Renson

After studying business engineering and working in international sales for several years, Maïlys decided to change direction and become a web developer. She now teaches coding and robotics to children and hopes to spark a new passion for technology in them.

Ana Sere

Ana Sere

To fulfill her interest in education, Ana chose to specialize in sociocultural activities and lifelong learning in addition to her masters in digital communications. Driven by her passion in gender equality, she worked in several non-profit organizations before diving into the tech world.

Margo Tinawi

Margo Tinawi

At the age of 6, Margo was writing textbooks for her brothers. Since, her passion for education is unweavering. When she's not busy creating workshops and running the Tic Tac Lab's operations, Margo teaches programming to adults at Le Wagon and other organizations. In another life she was a lawyer in Canada... but that was before discovering Belgian fries!

Charlotte Vahsen

Charlotte Vahsen

Charlotte is a trained Historian and Cultural Manager. Naturally curious, she started exploring the links between culture and new technologies thanks to Museomix (a creative marathon in the museums). She has co-organized Museomix in Belgium for 3 years now. Building every day her own understanding of digital tools, it is with pleasure that she passes on her knowledge to others!

Tien Vannavong

Tien Vannavong

Computer scientist and teacher by training, Tien works in the telecom industry. He likes to share his knowledge with children. Like his wife Ling, he enjoys playing badminton. He also likes Chinese, Indian and Thai cuisines.

Join us !

Join us !

You're a hacker, developer, tinkerer, engineer, inventor, visual artist,... and above all, you're curious and love sharing your passion and knowledge?! You speak English and/or French and/or Dutch and/or more? :) You're ready to join us in Brussels from time to time?

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