Hands-on introduction to contemporary electrical engineering principles and practice. Basic analog and digital circuit design, construction, operation, measurement. Interfacing sensors and actuators to a microcontroller, programming to interact with the world. Individual and team-based assignments that develop data dexterity and technical communication skills. Exposure to breadth of discipline and ethics in the profession. Design project. Prerequisite: First-Year students only.
Must register for lab A01 or A02; Open to Degree and CDE students.
This is the lecture component of the course. You will also need to register for one of the two lab sections. The lecture aims to give you a clearer idea of what Electrical Engineering is as well as help you explore possible careers in the field. We will have guest speakers, learn about the research going on in the EBE department and work on some group design projects relates to renewable energy.
Lafayette Hall L211 (View Campus Map)
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