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Lecture--Week01 - Engineering Design Graphics Engineering...

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Engineering Design & Graphics Engineering 1C03 Dr. Thomas E. Doyle, P.Eng Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ETB/106 Office Hours are Mondays 2:00 -- 4:00pm
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Welcome! Introduction Overview People Syllabus Software Lecture, Laboratory, Tutorial Described What Should I be doing right now? Design Sketching, Computer Aided Design, Modelling
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Dr. Doyle’s Background Bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering Science (B.E.Sc) and Computer Science (B.Sc). Master's and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering Science from the University of Western Ontario. Industrial experience in design and prototyping. Research and teaching interests in: Engineering problem-solving pedagogy and academic integrity Human-computer interfacing and intelligent protheses Informatics, signal processing, and machine learning Augmentation, rehabilitation, and enhancement of human attributes
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The Instructor’s Role Pedagogy. Grades. Academic integrity.
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Additional People You Should Know Course Coordinator Day-to-day management of tutorials and labs (e.g. Missed Work Forms).
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