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Second edition of the experimental physics challenge in Cameroon

Training with Kevin Kentsa Zana's didactic suitcase (he was ranked first in the 2017 edition), under his supervision. The bench was used to carry out three hands-on electronics experiments on the characterization and use of passive and active electronic components
Candidates experimenting with the didactic test bench
Use of Béranger Nynga Nini's |dq|Physicist Lab|dq| kit (he was ranked second in the 2017 edition), under his supervision to carry out practical work on signal sampling, digital filtering, regulation, control and video surveillance
Experimentations with the |dq|Physicist Lab|dq|
Ulrich Simo Domguia, ranked third in the 2017 edition, supervised practical work on the characterization of photovoltaic panels: energy efficiency evaluation tests
Set up of the practical work of characterization of solar cells
Use of the ExpEYES module for the study of resonant circuits and the spectral analysis of sound signals. Eric Donald Dongmo, University of Yaoundé 1, is in charge of supervision
Using the ExpEYES module

The second edition of the « Challenge Physique Expérimentale Afrique » organized by the Association pour la Promotion Scientifique de l’Afrique (APSA) is on its way.

Ten participants pre-selected on their project have got a training session based on the equipment developed by the winners of the previous competition (2017) : the didactic test bench and the Physicist Lab, that are built in Cameroon, which proves the relevance of this competition.

Paul Woafo, University of Yaoundé 1, is the chief organizer of this competition. He does not spare his efforts to carry it out and welcomes these young people to the premises of the Sci-Tech Services experience centre he has created.

A third training, about caracterization of electronic components has been given with the ExpEYES system (developed by Ajith Kumar in India). Thanks to APSA, nine ExpEYES modules were purchased and sent to Cameroon for this training. They are at the disposal of Science-tech Service.


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