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IEEE Presentation: Introduction to Arduino MONDAY NIGHT

  • 04/27/2015
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Broadcom, 5300 California Avenue, Building 2, Irvine, CA 92617
IEEE OCCS Presentation Meeting--Introduction to Arduino - an Open Source physical computing hardware platform

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When: April 27, 2015; 6:00 to 8:30 PM
Where: Broadcom, 5300 California Avenue, Building 2, Irvine, CA 92617 [Registration REQUIRED]

Fees: Presentation only - free; Light meal -  $10 IEEE member, $15 non-member, Student/Unemployed $7.

Register:  http://ieee-robotics.eventbrite.com

Topic: Introduction to Arduino - an Open Source physical computing hardware platform

The speaker will introduce audience to the basic design, function, and use of the open source hardware known as Arduino, followed by a demo of an Arduino controlled rover, and a quadcopter. The presenter will further review the opportunities available in the world of physical computing, IoT, service, and education oriented applications.

The upcoming IEEE OC Section supported workshops on Arduino and Robotics will also be covered.

Kumar Ramajayam                
President & Chief Education Officer, Mathobotix.
Kumar, Founder and Chief Education Officer of Mathobotix, is an educationist, and a social impact entrepreneur. Mathobotix implements his unique vision of K - 12 education linking the 21st century classrooms to workplace. He is actively involved in the research, development, and the educational application of Open Source software and hardware in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) learning environments. Kumar's prior professional experience includes working for InfoAxiom and IBM FileNet for a decade. Under IBM he designed and delivered Enterprise Content and Process Management systems for several global companies and governments around the world. He established the Services Engineering team under the Global ECM implementation Group. Prior to his IBM career, Kumar developed and taught educational technology and eLearning courses as a faculty and Information Technology consultant at CSU Long Beach. He serves on the Engineering and Technology advisory committees of Irvine Valley College, Saddleback Valley College, Orange Coast College, and Santa Ana College. He is an advisor on the University of California Irvine Rescue Robotics Project. He is the Chair of the IEEE-OC Section STEM Educational Outreach Activities. Under his leadership, Mathobotix has served more than 15000 students through its after-school labs and summer camps since 2006.

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