EGN 2020C

Engineering Design & Society

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Prof: Lily Virguez / Spring 2022

Apr 17, 2022

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First 3/4 of the semester is very light. There is a final engineering project at the end of the semester that has a 10 page report and recorded presentation that replaces a final exam.

Course Content

Good, simple introduction for computer engineers.

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She was there more for answering questions and the minimal coding knowledge and breadboarding is expected to be self-taught.

Advice

Read the first part of the Arduino manual before class since it is not taught in class.

Delivery: In personGrade: AWorkload: LightTextbook Use: No
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Prof: Jeremy Waisome / Fall 2021

Mar 25, 2022

Comments on the course

A great class to round out a challenging schedule. Only around 2-3 hours of work around every other week.

Course Content

You will learn basic 3-D printing/modeling, nothing too challenging. You will also work with Arduinos.

Comments on the professor

So nice and relaxed, loved her.

Advice

Leave lots of time for the final project, things will not go as planned

Delivery: In personGrade: A+Workload: LightTextbook Use: Yes
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Prof: Pam Dickrell / Fall 2021

Feb 12, 2022

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Easy freshman design class. The profs and TAs are chill. No exams or huge assignments, just a final design project that you 3d print and actuate with an arduino.

Course Content

Learn 3d printing, the arduino and a couple of other basic design stuff. TA's are pretty cool and let you 3d print just about anything in office hours

Delivery: In personGrade: A+Workload: LightTextbook Use: No
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Prof: Jeremy Waisome / Fall 2021

Jan 9, 2022

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Hands-on learning, very interesting class. We learned different skills useful for engineers in general. No exams, only weekly assignments and a final group project.

Delivery: In personWorkload: Light

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