Addictlab sets up camp at Rolex Learning Center, EPFL Lausanne

4 half day Easter Camp


START: Sustainability, Technology, Art and Robotics for kids and Teenagers. 


AddictLab with its partner Girls Can Code organise a first technology and sustainability camp in the Credit Suisse CoLAB at the EPFL Rolex Learning Center in Lausanne. Kids will experience several kinds of advanced technologies, from robots to drones to augmented reality and the metaverse. Mixing art and design, story telling and collaborative processes,  kids from 8 years on will need to use fantasy and innovation on several challenges, in the attempt to save our planet and make everybody aware of the fragile conditions we all live. Challenges are based on the Sustainable Development Goals from the UN.

Event supported by Credit Suisse AG and the SDGzine.



Addictlab organises STEAM camps and courses (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Maths). All activities are evaluated and linked to the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGS) of the United Nations. Addictlab's mission is to mix creative disciplines. Design, draw in 3D, 3D print, paint in virtual reality, learn about solar panels  - and so much more. Over 25 activities are offered and installed in schools to push kids ability to creative thinking, collaboration, computational thinking. Addictlab manages the SDG Fab lab at the University of Geneva and publishes the SDGzine.

About Girls can Code.

Girls Can Code mission is to provide nurturing and supporting environment where girls can explore different opportunities in the digital world by working closely with inspiring university students and industry professionals on real-life projects.
Our approach provides girls with opportunities to shape tomorrow's digital world by working on meaningful impact projects worldwide, while learning important digital skills.


On the program:

  • drawing lessons.
  • 3d Modelling lessons.
  • Recycling challenge & SDGs 
  • Robotics & coding: programming challenges. Kids will have to work together to solve challenges and control robots and machines from a distance. 
  • DIY & crafts
  • Metaverse discovery


For who?

For kids from 8 to 108.


  • Credit Suisse Co Lab at Rolex Learning Center, EPFL, Lausanne

Registration here