ENGR 015 Labs, Fall 2019

Fundamentals of Digital and Embedded Systems



Lab information

Instructor: Erik Cheever, Singer 236, 610-328-8076
echeeve1@swarthmore.edu
Lab time & place: Singer 221
Meeting with me: Check my schedule for office hours (I will try hard to be available then), but feel free to drop by anytime I am in my office. If you are having trouble finding me, email is probably the best way to contact me.

Even though my schedule shows E72 lab on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, I am often free in those times.
Moodle page: https://moodle.swarthmore.edu/course/view.php?id=16238

Labs

Lab Schedule: To find what lab you are in check the lab schedule. There are four sections of the lab.

The lab meets in Singer 221.

Links

E15 Lab 1: Soldering & Software

 

E15 Lab 2: Analog & Digital Quantities / A to D & D to A

 

E15 Lab 3: Sensors and Amplifiers

E15 Lab 4: Laser Etch-A-Sketch

E15 Lab 5 & 6: Project

 

Turn in lab reports and other documents on course moodle page (listed above)


Policy on working together

Labs: I expect labs to be done as a group.  Each group will submit a single report (with all members of the group listed). 
Groups should work independently of one another - you may discuss particular issues, but do not share data or reports.
Projects: Projects may be either individual, or as a group. 

Statement on Accommodations

"If you believe you need accommodations for a disability or a chronic medical condition, please contact Student Disability Services (Parrish 113W, 123W) via e-mail at studentdisabilityservices@swarthmore.edu to arrange an appointment to discuss your needs. As appropriate, the Office will issue students with documented disabilities or medical conditions a formal Accommodations Letter. Since accommodations require early planning and are not retroactive, please contact Student Disability Services as soon as possible. For details about the accommodations process, visit the Student Disability Services website. You are also welcome to contact me [the faculty member] privately to discuss your academic needs. However, all disability-related accommodations must be arranged, in advance, through Student Disability Services."