Course Number: ATLS 4519/5519-080/082
Monday 3-4:50 pm
Wednesday 10-11:50 am
ATLAS BTU Lab (ATLS 113)
This course will take take you beyond what you’ve explored in OBJECT to consider a broad range of electronic components and circuits in your ATLAS projects. We will cover topics based on class interests, including analog and digital circuits, interfacing with microcontrollers, electronic construction using breadboards, soldering, and an introduction to PCB (printed circuit board) design.
Lab experiments will introduce electronic concepts which will provide the foundations for individual or group final projects.
This course satisfies the TAM Focus Elective requirement.
Wayne Seltzer (firstname.lastname@example.org, http://wayne.theseltzers.net/)
Wayne is an ATLAS lecturer and interim director of the BTU Lab. Before joining ATLAS, Wayne was a Principal Product Manager at Oracle Corporation. He also organizes the Boulder U-Fix-It Clinic [boulderufixitclinic.org] where people learn to fix their broken stuff.
He has M.S. and B.S. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).