Senior design students:
- Attend most meetings (at least 2) – I keep track of this
- Generate some online content (website and/or Slack posts) – if you directly edit the website, let me know via Slack
- Correspond with a mentor (academic, industry, or student if applicable) – send me evidence of correspondence via Slack (directly to me, not just in general)
- Add portfolio to the website – include at minimum a brief bio, skills, and resume
- Complete member survey – I will send this out after our final meeting via email
- Participate in an event/project – participate in the event planning on 11/20 or via Slack by 11/23
Senior Design Students,
- Make a page on the ESCoP website and title it with your name (message me if you don’t have a profile). Please change the parent page to ‘members’
- Add a little information about yourself, your skills, and a resume/cover letter to the page. This is your portfolio/profile page.
- Visit our Slack.
Welcome to the Embedded Systems Community of Practice site!
I’m Jacob Dawes, coordinator for this community. Here you can find other engineers/students working with embedded systems and exchange tips, tutorials, and expertise. I hope we can share some of the projects we have worked on the past as well, particularly if they involve some embedded systems!
The site contains three pages that are essentially live documents:
- Members – a list of active/participating members in the community
- Tutorials – a list of topical tutorials relating to embedded systems
- Cool Boards/Chips – a list of embedded systems (from chip level to board level) with device families organized roughly from high to low level
Please bear with me while these become more fully populated.
A little bit about my background:
I graduated in 2017 with a BS in ECE. Since then, I’ve been working on my MS (also in ECE) in order to delve further into my field and explore advanced/interdisciplinary topics such as lab-on-chip, integrated sensors, and microfluidics. I’ve worked on many projects with an embedded component, which is why am excited to be involved with this community!