ESE 190 (0.5 cu) is an introduction to open source hardware and software platforms. Using hands-on labs developed exclusively for this class, this course will explore Arduino platform using the programming language, Processing, to interface the microcontrollers to sensors . An introductory lab on InternetofThings (IoT) will also be covered.
Check out last year’s ESE 190 Demo Day and project submissions at https://ese190s20.devpost.com/submissions
Spring 2021 Update: The class will be remote. Students will work with TAs over zoom with a parts kit that will be distributed during the first two week of the start of the classes. The parts kit contains EVERYTHING you will need to complete lab assignments
The class is based on ESE111, an introductory class for students enrolled in Electrical and Systems engineering.
Anyone on Penn campus is welcome to enroll in this class ! The prerequisites are high school math + physics and willingness to tinker !
Lab Completion (75%)
Final Project (25%)