Whether they’re looking to boost their research software stack, course curriculum, or midterm project, people at universities around the world turn to Temboo. The same technology that powers factory sensor systems, smart farms, and living museum exhibits is free for education users. More than 100 universities teach and make use of Temboo.
Claim Your Education Plan
If you’re in education and you’d like to join the ranks of top-tier universities and cutting-edge researchers powering their work with Temboo’s generated code, make sure you take advantage of our free Education plan. You’ll get 10,000 Choreo runs per month, free.
Any student, instructor, or academic researcher is eligible. Sign up for Temboo with your school email address, then apply for your free Education plan and pass it on! Tell your classmates, students, or colleagues.
Are you eligible but already have a Temboo account with a different email address? No problem. Sign up for Temboo again with your school email and you’re ready to apply.
In the Classroom Temboo is a professor favorite both in and outside of engineering departments. Here are a few select courses using Temboo:
Web and Mobile App Development
College of Computing and Informatics, Drexel University
Interactive Art and Computational Design
STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University
Connected Devices & Networked Interaction
Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University
Rapid Prototyping of Urban Sensors
Center for Urban Science + Progress, New York University
Transforming Data: Cultural Strategies in Datamining
The New School
Designing for the Internet of Things
Carnegie Mellon University
Professor & Director of Studio for Creative Inquiry
Programming for Smart Objects
Dublin Institute of Technology
The Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design
Example course projects
Graduate School of Creative Design Engineering, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
In Cutting-Edge Research We’re proud to fulfill an important function in the researcher’s toolbox. Here are just a few studies that have made use of Temboo:
Electroactive Bacterial Sensors for Aquatic Environments
University of California, Berkley
Epilepsy Study using Fitbit Data
Copenhagen Business School
Automated Irrigation Systems
Agricultural Experiment Station, University of the Virgin Islands
Experimental Shrimp & Octopus Farming
National Autonomous University of Mexico
James Madison University
Real-time Heart Monitoring and ECG Signal Processing
Electrical Engineering Ph.D.