This course cultivates the process of experimental investigation in the context of engineering systems. Students will work both individually and in team to investigate the measurement of fundamental properties of the physical world like temperature, pressure, and sound intensity to design and fabricate simple electronic sensors that allow them to measure these properties in an engineering application. Furthermore, students will work on the collection and analysis of the measured data to evaluate the performance of their devices, and to understand real-world phenomena from self-designed experiment.
Disciplinary areas: *engineering *computing *electronics

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Fall 22


Minh Nguyen



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