STEM Programs

Cyborg Dynamics CEO Stephen Bornstein has volunteered his time for over 5 years to STEM programs in order to inspire, educate and develop the next generation of engineers. Stephen set up the first robotics league in Melbourne at King David school. He invested funds into the initial kits at Sunshine College for the First Lego league in partnership with the Ardoch foundation. This grew from 2 schools to 17 schools in 2 years with Stephen organizing a partnership with Swinburne University for ongoing mentor support.

Ryan Marple of Cyborg Dynamics has been a senior mentor with the FRC, aswell as having run FLL workshops for 3 years and being an FLL state judge. He has built more than a dozen robots between FLL, FTC and FRC across 3 schools.  


Providing technical advice and consulting for the cube satellite project of the Melbourne Space Program.


 Drone waypoints in Kruger, Africa

Drone waypoints in Kruger, Africa

International Anti Poaching Foundation

Cyborg Dynamics Engineering have provided ongoing technical support to the IAPF in the drone program and concept of operations using a variety of technologies.


Engineers without Border Makerthon

Cyborg Dynamics Engineering CEO Stephen Bornstein co-founded and leads the incubation program for the EWB makerthon in Queensland. The incubation is a first off post-event program setup by Cyborg Dynamics with their engineering network. The makerthon event attracted over 50 people to substation 33 in Logan, raised thousands of dollars for charity and saw incredible ideas from young innovators to better the lives of disabled people. This event will continue for many years.

CDE software engineer Tom Nash also co-won the event with his teams idea of a smart charger for power chairs to allow disabled people to plug in their own chair to the power wall with charge monitoring on their smart phone.



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