Exploration of technologies and concerns underpinning the “Internet of things,” the many physical devices around the world connected to the internet. Students develop skills required to design and build robust IoT solutions, understanding how these devices communicate and store data, and the kinds of distributed systems needed to integrate them.
Introduction to resources and skills necessary for success in academic studies and ultimately careers. Defining and solving technical problems, using software for analysis and communication, analytical and computational problem-solving techniques, basic laboratory skills including simple troubleshooting techniques and safety practice. Course projects integrate teamwork, global and societal concerns, and professional ethics.
- Dynamics AE 220
- Biomechanics- ME 580-
- Statics ME 200
- Computer Prog. Applications - ME 202
- Heat Transfer - ME 452
- MEMS - ME 585
- Conduction Heat Transfer- ME 656
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