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Introduction to Electronics (October)
Monday, October 11, 2010 at 7:00 PM - Monday, November 1, 2010 at 10:00 PM (EDT)
Somerville, United States
In this class, students will get their feet wet in the field of electronics by being introduced to all the major categories of electronic components. Students will assemble simple circuits on breadboards and learn why they do what they do, and will learn how to learn more about electronics. Students will learn to read and interprt circuit diagrams and understand basic circuit theory.
The goal of this class will be to introduce students to the world of electronics and teach them enough about electronic components that they can pick up where the class leaves off by easily assembling their own circuits from drawings and continuing to learn on their own.
Students should bring a small breadboard to class. Electrical components will be provided by Artisan's Asylum.
Instructor Biography: James Whong
James Whong is a robotics engineer at Boston Dynamics, and holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the Olin College of Engineering. He spent most of his college life teaching or being a TA for electrical engineering classes, and has helped dozens upon dozens of students learn how to use electronic components for both good and awesome. He has worked on countless robotics projects, including but not limited to a DARPA Grand Challenge car, a humanoid biped in college (pictured), several home-brew gaming systems, a windowpane-shattering coil gun and more.
Session 1: 10/11/2010, 7 PM - 10 PM @ 13 Joy St, Somerville MA
Session 2: 10/18/2010, 7 PM - 10 PM @ 13 Joy St, Somerville MA
Session 3: 10/25/2010, 7 PM - 10 PM @ 13 Joy St, Somerville MA
Session 4: 11/1/2010, 7 PM - 10 PM @ 13 Joy St, Somerville MA
When & Where
Artisan's Asylum, Inc.
Artisan's Asylum is a community fabrication and makerspace near Union Square, Somerville MA, that is dedicated to making creativity a way of life. It does this by maintaining a community workshop, training its members in the use of all of its professional-grade equipment, and hosting events promoting the learning and practicing of craft and creative expression.