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Arduino workshop

One day Arduino workshop 8 June 2016 Department of Engineering For beginners, intermediate, advanced users of Arduinos Part of Open Technology Week 2016
When Jun 08, 2016
from 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM
Where Department of Engineering
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Contact Phone 01223 334788
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One day workshop

How to use Arduinos in your research

8 June 2016

Department of Engineering

This hands-on workshop will introduce you to the Arduino Uno and will enable you to use it in your research setting.

Learn how to interface Arduinos with sensors and actuators to take control of your experiments.

The workshop will cater for people with

  • little or no experience with Arduinos
  • intermediate users who want to get more out of their Arduino
  • expert users who would like to build more sophisticated applications, potentially with other micro-controllers

Please register for this free event. Limited spaces available.

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This event is part of the Open Technolgy week 2016.

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