Workshop for Students (https://phas.ubc.ca/undergrad-workshop-for-students)

Workshop for Students

Basic Python & Microcontroller Skills Workshop

Never coded? Mystified by electrical circuits? Anxious about Second Year Physics Labs?

Try this no-credit, no-marks, low stress Basic Python & Microcontroller Skills Workshop

April 29th – May 3rd, 2019. 1:30-4:30pm each afternoon @ Life 2532 on UBC Campus

This workshop is aimed primarily (but not solely) at students who aim to be going into 2nd-year physics in September, and would like to boost their confidence in laboratory and computing skills. The workshop is intended to be a not-for-credit primer for such courses as Phys210 (Computational Physics) and Phys219 (Experimental Physics).

Workshop goals (zero experience necessary):

  • to get started with the Python language and control a microcontroller with Python
  • to learn how to calibrate sensors and make/display/analyze measurements
  • to debug an electrical circuit with an oscilloscope

Students will leave the workshop with Python running on their laptops, and each will have an Arduino Nano microcontroller, an ultrasound distance-measuring device, a breadboard and cables to take away. You will need to bring your own laptop to the workshop.

Registration is open. (https://events.eply.com/PHAS2019LabSkillsWorkshop) 

Workshop Tutorial

Link to workshop tutorial (https://github.com/christopherwaltham/UBC_PHYS_Python-crash-course/blob/master/README.md)


Source URL: https://phas.ubc.ca/undergrad-workshop-for-students