Lecture 1 - ENGR 111 Lecture 1 Reading: Chapter 5, 10.5,...

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ENGR 111 Lecture 1 Reading: Chapter 5, 10.5, 10.6, Class notes http://elearning.tamu.edu
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ENGR 111 l Howdy l l Congratulations l First day of classes ¡ No need to be nervous ¡ Approach faculty, TAs, senior students for help ¡ We are here to help you learn l Beginning of a beautiful/fruitful relationship
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ENGR 111 Course Overview l Instructor: ¡ Narasimha Reddy, Electrical Engineering l [email protected] 845-7598, 333J WERC
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ENGR 111 TAs/Peer Teachers l Class has 1 TA and 2 peer teachers l TA: ¡ Amanda Harris [email protected] l Peer Teachers (Undergraduate students) ¡ Kyle Banner: [email protected] ¡ Rob Hazle: [email protected] l Class notes at http://elearning.tamu.edu
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ENGR 111 Course Overview l 2 lectures of 50 minutes each ¡ Taught by Professor l 1 lab session of 1 hour 50 minutes ¡ Small sections of 20-30 students ¡ TAs/Peer teachers/Professors ¡ Allow hands-on learning with LEGO robots
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ENGR 111 Course Overview l First introduction to engineering, EE/CE l College and ECE/CS departments consider important l Designed to increase retention l Putting considerable resources ¡ Professor, 1 TA, 2 peer teachers ¡ We want you to get excited about engineering ¡ We want you to have fun l LEGO robots being paid by State of Texas, Ford, NSF grant and others…
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Lecture 1: ENGR 111 Overview l Overview of ENGR111 Course ¡ Course Structure ¡ Various fields of Engineering ¡ Electrical Engineering ¡ Computer Engineering ¡ Contributions of EE/CE to society in last century ¡ Different specializations in EE/CE ¡ Where are EE/CEs employed?
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ENGR 111 course structure l Designed specially for EE/CE students l Basic engineering practice l What is Electrical/Computer Engineering? l Basics of Electrical and Computer engineering l Basics of computer tools l Overview of what you will learn at A & M
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ENGR 111 course structure l Textbook: Electrical Engineering Uncovered by White and Doering, 2 nd ed. l Supplemental material on web l Lab supply/tool kit: to be purchased ¡ Instructions on the web site l Class schedule/calendar on web site ¡ Homeworks, labs, exams –times, venues, etc. ¡ Some homeworks will be online ¡ Get familiar with the web site
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ENGR 111 course grading l Three exams: (RICH 114, 6:30-8:00 PM) ¡ Exam1: 2/20/08 (Wed) - 15% ¡ Exam2: 4/9/08 (Wed) - 15% ¡ Exam3: 4/24/08 (Thu) - 25%, comprehensive l Homeworks: 15% l Labs: 30% ¡ Lab help sessions in the evening l Departmental visits: 2/26/08, Tue, 7-9PM
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ENGR 111 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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Lecture 1 - ENGR 111 Lecture 1 Reading: Chapter 5, 10.5,...

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