IEEE

Full Day Arduino Workshop

IEEE2015UITMSHAHALAM

Workshop on Arduino – Call For Participants (organized by IEEE Computer Society Malaysia)

14 November 2015, Lab 15, Faculty of Computer & Mathematical Sciences, UiTM Shah Alam, Selangor

Course Topics
1. Introduction to the world of Arduino, how to start working on Arduino.
2. Brief introduction to Arduino coding and installation of new libraries.
3. Different kind of sensors, and how quickly you can get a real-time plot from Arduino.
4. Programming Python to off-load complex and large codes away from Arduino.
5. Integration of Arduino with 3D environment.
6. Several example of communication project – Bluetooth LE, RF radio, Wi-Fi and direct communication.

RM 700 per person (inclusive of Arduino board and accessories)

Registration
http://goo.gl/forms/uL8bn4B4EL

All crossed cheque / bank draft should be made payable to
Account Name: IEEE-COMPUTER MALAYSIA
Account Number: 564418601839 | Bank Name: MAYBANK | Branch: TECHNOLOGY PARK BUKIT JALIL

Email your proof of payment to shukorar@utm.my to complete your registration.

For further information, please contact:

Syahrul Afzal bin Che Abdullah
Email        : bekabox181343@salam.uitm.edu.my
Office        : +603-55211777
Mobile        : +6013-6133900

 

Trainer Profile :


Dr
Che Zulkhairi bin Abdullah is an academic staff at Multimedia University, beginning his career there from September 1999. He received his B.Sc.HBP (Architecture) in 1985 from University Science of Malaysia, and his M.Sc.Remote Sensing and GIS in 2005 from University Putra of Malaysia. He completed his PhD in December 2013 in the field of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering in The University of Birmingham.

He is a subject expert in the field of Film & Animation, Computer Graphics, Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality, Industrial Design, Interface Design and Game design.

His research project is within the fields of Image Processing, Relief Shelter Design,  Robotic control and design, LEGO design, Python coding, 8051 microprocessor, 3D simulation based on VPython and Unity3D, and integration of various devices, software and system to produce functional prototype.

Current effort includes the development of cheap yet reliable Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Intel Edison and 8051-based testing system for validating relief shelter design. This includes the study of strength, loading, heat distribution, stress, weather impact and etceteras.

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