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'''Description:'''
 
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''A hands-on course where students, divided in groups of two or three, will creatively solve one problem throughout the semester using tools from electrical and systems engineering. The groups choose their own schedule and work under the supervision of an academic team consisting of faculty and higher-level students. The evaluation considers the completion of objectives set by the students with help of the academic team, as well as the orignality, innovation, and impact of the project.''
 
''A hands-on course where students, divided in groups of two or three, will creatively solve one problem throughout the semester using tools from electrical and systems engineering. The groups choose their own schedule and work under the supervision of an academic team consisting of faculty and higher-level students. The evaluation considers the completion of objectives set by the students with help of the academic team, as well as the orignality, innovation, and impact of the project.''
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== Spring 2016 General Information ==
 
== Spring 2016 General Information ==

Revision as of 13:49, 21 January 2016

Introduction to Engineering Design (ESE205)

What if I told you....jpg

Welcome to the ESE205 wiki webpage!

This is where you'll go to get any info about the class throughout the semester. This page will include an updated calendar and tutorials on how to use equipment. Start creating!


Description: A hands-on course where students, divided in groups of two or three, will creatively solve one problem throughout the semester using tools from electrical and systems engineering. The groups choose their own schedule and work under the supervision of an academic team consisting of faculty and higher-level students. The evaluation considers the completion of objectives set by the students with help of the academic team, as well as the orignality, innovation, and impact of the project.




Spring 2016 General Information

Laboratory: Urbauer Hall 015.

Syllabus: PDF