|Instructor:|| Erik Cheever, Hicks
|Meeting time & place:||MWF 10:30-11:20, Sci 264|
|Lab time & place:||Lab is in Hicks 310 and is self scheduled. I will be available at least one afternoon (TBD) per week (check my schedule)|
|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 contacting me, either call or email me.|
|Homework:||I encourage you to work together on homework, but don't blindly copy another students work. You should fully understand all solutions to homework before submitting them.|
|Labs:|| I expect labs to be done as a
group. Each group will submit a single report (with all members of the group
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.|
|Exams:||Exams are to be solely your own work. The format of exams will vary, but it is never permissible to seek help from another individual.|
|Midterm exams #1, 2, 3
(Lowest exam counts 1/2 as much as others)
(Lowest homework will be dropped)
(Lowest lab counts 1/2 as much as others)
As part of our accreditation, each course we teach has desired educational outcomes associated with it. The outcomes for this course are listed below.
Course Outcomes for E72
|Student analyzes and designs circuits using operational amplifiers. This includes pencil & paper techniques and CAD tools, as appropriate.|
Student writes programs on a microcontroller that performs real-time data acquisition and control using interrupts.
Student analyzes and designs circuits that interface between analog and digital circuits (e.g., with a microcontroller).
|Student analyzes and designs analog filters. This includes pencil & paper techniques and CAD tools, as appropriate.|
|Student uses manufacturer's data sheets and application notes, as appropriate, in design work|
|Student works effectively with classmates to solve problems in the laboratory.|
If you believe that you need accommodations for a disability, please contact Leslie Hempling in the Office of Student Disability Services (Parrish 130) or e-mail email@example.com to set up an appointment to discuss your needs. Leslie Hempling is responsible for reviewing and approving disability-related accommodation requests. As appropriate, she will issue students with documented disabilities an Accommodation Authorization Letter. Since accommodations require early planning and are not retroactive, please contact her as soon as possible. For details about the Student Disabilities Service and the accomodations process, visit http://www.swarthmore.edu/student-life/academic-advising-and-support/student-disability-services.xml.
You are also welcome to contact me privately to discuss your academic needs. However, all disability-related accommodations must be arranged through Leslie Hempling in the Office Of Student Disability Services.