At DTU Skylab Digital, we have designed several workshops to introduce you to specific technologies, and to help you get started with the practical application of these technologies.


Each workshop consists of lectures and hands-on exercises with the provided materials. Participants are asked to bring their own computers and some courses require you have some software installed. Courses are held in English, but may be held in Danish in the event that all participants are Danish-speaking.

Please see the workshop descriptions for more details. Note that your sign-up is filling out a spot. Remember to let us know, if you can't make it to the workshop, so that your spot can be claimed by someone else.

The courses take place on Thursday afternoons or evenings from 13:00 to 19:00 and require sign-up.

Stay updated on the DTU Skylab calendar and our social media. New dates for workshops are added on a continuous basis!

Participant slots

Some workshops can be followed online, and some are limited to a maximum of 8 participants at once

Introduction to Arduino prototyping

In this workshop, you will get hands-on experience with the Arduino platform and learn how to use it to create electronic prototypes. So, if you're a beginner with electronics, this workshop is designed for you. We will guide you through the basics of the Arduino platform, provide you with the tools you need to get started, so you can bring your dream prototype to life.


Spaces are limited, so be sure to sign up soon to reserve your spot.


Basics of ChatBots: build your own bot!

In this workshop participants will learn how chatbots work, how they are created, and how they can be used to enhance customer service, automate repetitive tasks, and improve user engagement. Participants will gain hands-on experience building and testing their own chatbots and be well-equipped to apply their new skills to real-world projects. The workshop will cover code-free chatbot development platforms, natural language processing (NLP), and best practices for designing effective chatbot interfaces. 


Spaces are limited, so be sure to sign up soon to reserve your spot.


Hacking vision workshop (ESP32) with the IDA Embedded Community

This is a workshop on the utilization of small, cheap cameras for use in industry and beyond.We will walk through some use cases, some different tools - from hardware to setup to software - and build a case for you to work with. We will be using Python and Python Notebooks, so a little familiarity with this is recommended. And if you want to be part of the workshop you would need to be able to install python and an IDE to run notebooks (VS Code, JupyterLab, Jupyter Notebook, or sim). Other than that, we hope to meet both beginners and more experienced vision enthusiasts to discuss cases and utilization.


The workshop is held on two days in two consecutive weeks, with time in between to work on the case. Free pizza and snacks.

IDA Embedded is a free-to-join community for members of IDA, where hackers, makers, coders, open-source enthusiasts, embedded developers and the like meet to hack solutions for tomorrow.


Basics of Digital Image Processing

Goes through Fundamentals of image processing - Computer Vision - Image to Data with Fiji Cover the basics of image representation, Image segmentation and Feature extraction. Discuss specific application areas for image processing, such as medical imaging, surveillance, and autonomous systems. Hands-on exercises: Participants are invited to bring their favorites images and apply the concepts and techniques covered in the workshop.


Introduction Python for Data Science

The dataset generated from the Image Processing Workshop will serve as a starting point for data analysis in Python using various libraries. The aim is to get an introduction to how large and various datasets can be integrated by using Python libraries. We will transform the dataset to use in graphical representations and for statistical analysis. The workshop will be run step-by-step, so that we can understand the Python environment in Data-Science.


Sign up for the events here!


If you have an enquiry about a workshop, please email Thomas Vain at