Organized by: IEEE CAS Bangalore Chapter and Supported by IEEE Bangalore Section & Texas Instruments India
Instructor: Prof. Dhananjay V. Gadre (NSIT, New Delhi, India)
Date: June 17-18, 2018
Time: 9 AM to 5 PM
Venue: Texas Instruments India, Bangalore Campus, Bangalore 560093
Visit for details: http://ieee-cas-bangalore.org/activities/events/ediy-june18.html
Download workshop announcement with workshop agenda (PDF): http://ieee-cas-bangalore.org/files/ediy-june18.pdf
Registration: The workshop is open to both IEEE and non-members. There is a nominal fee to cover the costs of the workshop. Participants will get a working lunch and refreshments on the days, a certificate, and an MSP430 LunchBox. Register online no later than May 25, 2018 and make the payment either through NEFT or by sending a DD (should reach us by June 2, 2018). Please follow the registration fee as applicable for member/non-member categories.
Note: There are a limited number of seats. Priority will be given to members of IEEE. Each participant will receive an MSP430 LunchBox and a Mini-Launcher-1 to keep!
Online registration: https://goo.gl/forms/7OCFIFVerktLvnJA2
Prof. Dhananjay Gadre, a well-known DIY-er and an experienced teacher who has trained a large number of DIY-ers, will guide you through the process of doing an electronics project. Learn about what are some best practices, what are some false starts, what are good and bad ideas. Also learn how to get started with a microcontroller-based project with a low-cost product called the MSP430 LunchBox. Incidentally, the “LunchBox” was a DIY project that was conceived and developed under the mentorship of Prof. Gadre.
More than 50 experiments and small projects can be performed using the LunchBox when it is used with the Mini Voyager-1 system, which is also a product from Prof. Gadre’s lab.
About LunchBox and Mini-Voyager-1: https://dvgadre.blogspot.in/2018/05/a-diy-ecosystem-for-learning.html