ENGR 155 - Robotics/Experimental Physics

ENGR 155 - Robotics/Experimental Physics

3.00 Cr
Learn how to build and control simple robotic devices, and along the way you will learn the fundamentals of logic and control common to all computer programming languages. We will perform numerous discovery exercises in the laboratory, to introduce and practice experimental methods and mathematical modeling useful for physics. This course satisfies the Core requirement for a laboratory course in the natural sciences. Students who have taken PHYS 205 or CS 120 must have instructor approval to enroll in PHYS 155/ENGR 155. Two two-hour laboratories per week.
Term: 
2020FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Grossmann, Benjamin
Keeffe, Mary