ECE MAKERSPACE

Access and Training

Unfortunately due to COVID-19 the Makerspace is closed for all in person activities. We are supporting some remote learning classes listed below.

Schedule

  • Open Hours
  • Reserved Classes
  • Tutor-hosted Hours

 

Current Class Details (Spring 2021)

ECE 140AB: The Art of Product Engineering

ECE 140

ECE 140AB is a sequence of two courses on Internet of Things (IoT) and Systems Thinking. The first course will focus on software development fundamentals from an end-to-end perspective, so that students will develop competency in building hardware-based systems, utilizing all the latest web-based tools and infrastructure. In addition, the students will build a “smart plug” in the course lab. The plug will be a sensing and communication device built on the Raspberry Pi platform.

ECE 144: LabVIEW Programming: Design and Applications

ECE 144

ECE 144 is an interactive LabVIEW programming course designed to teach students how to design and develop LabVIEW applications. Students work in teams to build prototypes from laser-cut and 3D printed parts, integrate sensors and actuators, and program using state-machine architecture in LabVIEW to form a complete system. They also have the opportunity to take the National Instruments Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam at the end of the class to validate their LabVIEW development skills and market themselves "LabView Certified" to prospective employers.

MAE/ECE 148: Autonomous Cars

MAE/ECE 148

Introduction to Autonomous Vehicles will incorporate engineering theory and good practices, industry relevant lectures, and practical application with the development of 1/10 scale autonomous cars that must perform on a simulated city track. Click here for more info: link

ECE 196: Engineering Hands-On Group Project

ECE 196

ECE 196 is a hands-on course designed for students to gain hands-on engineering experience through projects in team building environments. Projects were designed by students for students to help students expand their engineering toolbox. In the first five weeks, students work in groups of two to build projects developed by the PiB team. In the last five weeks of class, students work in teams of four to develop a new project from concept to presentation. In the course of one quarter, students work on a total of four projects that will test their ability to problem solve, adapt, and engineer.