Want to develop highly demanded skills on Embedded Systems Design? Looking to get some practical, hands-on experience working with industry-level hardware, firmware and programming?
IEEE is partnering with Engenuics to bring you a free Embedded Systems Design Course focused on programming an ARM processor, implementing event driven Operating Systems, and building wireless applications.
The course features weekly lectures with a project-based content during which you will design and create an entire application from the hardware level. Past projects included wireless TicTacToe games, light show symphonies, snakes and ladders games, and many more!
Come to the introductory lecture/info session on Friday, Oct.21st at 6:00pm in GB 220 to learn more about the program, and register!
Online Registration also available at: http://engenuics.com/product/eie_firmware1_toronto/
More about the Course Instructor:
Vipin Bakshi is an Embedded Systems Engineer, who has been teaching the EiE Program at the University of Calgary for 3 years. He graduated from the University of Calgary in 2012 with an internship at Garmin Canada, designing Low Power ANT Radio applications for Health and Fitness gadgets (www.garmin.com). Upon graduation in 2012, Vipin started working at a Sports Startup called 4iiii Innovations (www.4iiii.com), designing Embedded Computer systems for Heads up displays, Heart Rate Straps, Fitness bands and Cycling power Meters. Vipin is currently pursuing his Masters in Engineering at UofT.