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ESE103: Introduction to Electrical Engineering

ESE103 is a hands-on introduction to Electrical Engineering to put the FUN into the Electrical Engineering FUNdamentals. Experiments are designed to be easy to conduct and understand. Some of the technologies explored are used in a variety of applications including the iPod, Ultrasound Imaging, Computed Tomography, Radar, DC Motors and Credit Card Readers. Students work in groups of 2 in the newly renovated Bryan 316 laboratory. Each station is equipped with a Quad-Core computer and a integrated Data Acquisition system. Using this lab equipment, students design and build solutions to the exercises. The students also learn to program the computer in LabVIEW to control the Data Acquisition system. Throughout the semester, presentations are given by the EE faculty about their research.


  • Rick Grodsky Student Welcome, Thursday, September 8, 2013, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm, Green Hall, 2nd Floor

Class Details:

  • Time: Monday, 4-6, Tuesday, 4-6
  • Place: Bryan 316
  • Credit: 1
  • Instructor: Ed Richter, ed_at_ese_wustl_edu, office hours by appointment
  • Grading: Class Participation 100%
  • Academic Integrity Policy - Please Read

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