Physics & Computer Science

CP320: Physical Computing: Digital Interaction with the Analog World

Design and construction of computational systems that interact with the physical world for applications such as home or experiment automation. Basics of electrical circuits, reading from analog and digital sensors, controlling analog and digital actuators, single board computers such as Arduino or Raspberry PI, analog components including diodes, transistors and operational amplifiers.

3 lecture hours

Credit: 0.50

Cross-Listed: PC320

Prerequisite: CP164 (or CP114), CP220/PC220 (or CP120/PC120)

Exclusion: CP300°/PC300°

Section Information
Section Days Times Room Instructor
Lecture A TR - N1044
Lab L1 TR - N2082
Lab L2 TR - N2082